October meeting of the Ludlow and Marches Humanists

“What is Lost”
A talk by Dr. Antony Lempert

Tuesday 19th October 2021
7.30 p.m.

Dr. Lempert explores the impact of the silencing of freethinkers and secular ideas over the centuries and how that affects us still.

Antony is a GP partner in Knighton, Powys. He chairs the Secular Medical Forum (SMF) of the National Secular Society (NSS), an organisation working to protect patients and the wider public from the imposition on them of other people’s beliefs. He is President of the Shropshire division of the British Medical Association (BMA) and, as a BMA representative since 2009, he has engaged in frequent debate about secular and other issues at the BMA’s annual representatives meeting.

The Friends Meeting House
St. Mary’s Lane
Ludlow
SY8 1DZ

All welcome

For more information, please contact:
David Trotter, Chairman of Ludlow and Marches Humanists
Telephone: 01584 872492
E-mail: david215@talktalk.net

September 21st meeting cancelled

Dear Fellow Humanists,

I am sorry to have to tell you that so many members of your committee find that they are double booked, that we have to cancel our meeting planned for Tuesday 21st September. Please accept our apologies for this.

The speaker for that evening was to be Amanda Jones, Director of Shropshire Supports Refugees. We have apologised to Amanda and asked if she will come and be our speaker in March or April next year. Your committee have all agreed to now make personal donations to Amanda’s organisation at what is no doubt an extremely busy time for her.

Our first meeting will therefore be on Tuesday 19th October when our speaker will be Dr Antony Lampert of the National Secular Society. We look forward to meeting again after such a long and difficult time.

Best wishes

David Trotter
Chairman, Ludlow & Marches Humanists