• Stockport Humanists
    The (first) Amsterdam Declaration was agreed in 1952 at the initial World Humanist Congress. In 2002 it was updated. It is a relatively short outline of what Humanism is about. Derek McComiskey will briefly present it and then the floor will be open for discussion. You can find the text here: https://iheu.org/humanism/the-amsterdam-declaration/ At the start of the meeting, before the discussion, we will briefly hold our Annual General Meeting. Cost: £2 donation from regulars. Free for first-timers. Stockport group secretary: Christine Simons - [masked] Free Parking (after 6pm) can be had at the side of the Parish Church on Churchgate, or diagonally opposite the Arden Arms on Millgate.

    Boars Head -

    Stockport Market, 2 Vernon St, · Stockport SK1 1TY

  • Book Club (Joint with Sunday Assembly)
    • What we'll do We will discuss a book to be chosen • What to bring - the book (having read it). It is available in paperback inc second hand • Important to know: There is an entrance direct to the bar from the street at the lower end of the building, so no need to walk past the Hotel reception! No charge but the bar serves tea and coffee as well as stronger drinks. This group welcomes both Sunday Assembly and Humanists members, supporters and enquirers.

    The Crowne Plaza Hotel Manchester

    The Crowne Plaza Hotel, 70 Shudehill, Manchester, M4 4AF · Manchester

  • Book Club (Joint with Sunday Assembly)
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  • Stockport Humanists Social
    A group of us meet on the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Rhode Island Café in Stockport town centre. This is an informal gathering with no set agenda; it’s just nice to sit with a drink and chat with like-minded people. This event provides an alternative for those folk that prefer not to be out in the evening. There is no charge. We normally sit upstairs where there is a large bright seating area. Please do come and join us, you’ll be made most welcome. If you have questions please ask them in the comments, or contact Christine: [masked]

    Rhode Island Coffee

    2 Little Underbank · Stockport

  • Bolton Humanists
    Bolton Humanists meet on the first Thursday of each month. There is no charge (and there is a bar you can buy a drink from). All welcome. An email address for the group can be used for all public communique: [masked] and

    The Mercury Hotel (bar)

    540 Manchester Rd, Westhoughton · Bolton BL5 3JP

  • Stockport Breakfast
    Everyone is welcome to Stockport Humanist's breakfast. This is purely a social - a chance to meet and chat. We will meet at 10.30 in the Calvert's Court pub on Petersgate in Stockport centre. There may be some on-road parking and the Merseyway car-park is opposite and is just 20p per hour on Sundays. There is a large breakfast menu with plenty of vegetarian options. Tea and coffee include free top-ups. I aim to be there a couple of minutes early and stand a small "Happy Human" logo on a table. • What to bring Just yourself and an appetite. • Important to know Website for the pub: https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/pubs/all-pubs/england/cheshire/the-calverts-court-stockport The breakfast menu is included on this page: https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/food/menu

    The Calvert's Court (Wetherspoons)

    13 St Petersgate · Stockport SK1 1EB

  • Oldham Humanists
    Oldham humanists are a friendly bunch that meets informally to catch up and discuss basic ideas about humanism every month over a drink or coffee at the Squire Knott in Yorkshire St NB new start time of 7pm Coordinator: Freedom Solaiman ([masked]) All Welcome. No charge.

    The Squire Knott

    55 Yorkshitre St · Oldham OL1 3SL

  • Buxton Humanists
    A social and discussion for all those interested in Humanism in Buxton and the High Peak. A chance to meet and get to know each other. We are using a side-room in the pub - the bar staff will be happy to point it out.

    The cheshire cheese

    39 High Street · Buxton

  • 'End of Life Doula' - Central Manchester Humanists
    Nett Furley a humanist celebrant will talk about 'End of Life Doula' - a way of supporting the dying and those bereaved Contributions: We ask for the following contributions towards the cost of room hire: members £2.50; non-members £3.50 (students £1). However, there is no charge for those attending their first meeting. In addition, there is a charge of £2 for tea or coffee and a biscuit. We usually start gathering around 7 pm to meet and greet. The meeting formally ends around 9.15pm but some of us go on to The Waterhouse, 67-71 Street, Manchester for further discussion and liquid refreshment!

    Friends Meeting House

    Mount Street Behind Central Library · Manchester M2 5NS

  • Book Club (Joint with Sunday Assembly)
    • What we'll do We will discuss a book to be chosen • What to bring - the book (having read it). It is available in paperback inc second hand • Important to know: There is an entrance direct to the bar from the street at the lower end of the building, so no need to walk past the Hotel reception! No charge but the bar serves tea and coffee as well as stronger drinks. This group welcomes both Sunday Assembly and Humanists members, supporters and enquirers.

    The Crowne Plaza Hotel Manchester

    The Crowne Plaza Hotel, 70 Shudehill, Manchester, M4 4AF · Manchester