Who are we, and what do we do?
The North Yorkshire Humanist Group began life in January 2005. We meet regularly to discuss issues of interest to humanists, and to support national and local campaigns that are relevant to humanists. Visitors and members come from all over Yorkshire (and beyond). The Group continues to grow and expand its activities.
When and where we meet
Unless stated otherwise on our Home page, we meet in York every month on the first Tuesday, at 7.30pm in the Priory Street Centre, York YO1 6ET. York rail station is about 5 to 10 minutes walk away from Priory Street, and the nearest public car park is at Nunnery Lane.
You do not need to be a member to attend our meetings. However, we do ask for a £2 attendance fee from non-members to help towards the room hire costs. If you do decide to join us, a year's subscription is £20 (£10 for those on low income).
If you're already a member of the British Humanist Association, you are entitled to your first year's membership with us for free.
Meetings normally finish around 9pm, and are usually followed by a trip to the Punchbowl pub - at 5 Blossom Street (at the junction with Nunnery Lane). Again, all are welcome.
We also meet up socially throughout the year with restaurant visits and a regular book club.
Prof. A C Grayling, giving our first annual lecture:
The Roots and Fruits of Humanism.
Ariane Sherine, talking about the Atheist Bus campaign.
Meeting the Public.