Wednesday, 27 May 2009

London humanist group seeks new venue – can you help?

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The Central London Humanist Group are looking for a new venue in London at which to hold their popular meetings, talks and debates. Can you help? Here's a message from their treasurer Clive Wilson:
The Central London Humanist Group is expanding fast and we need a place to meet. Our recent event with Caspar Melville from the New Humanist attracted 40 people but we had to pay over £100 for the room. We are looking for a venue in central London which can accommodate about 50-100 people which is either free, or cheaper than our current costs. Can anyone help? We are particularly interested with a venue which has wheelchair access. At the moment we put on one event a month. They are usually talks or debates but we have also put on films.
If you can help, just email me at paul.sims[at] and I'll put you in contact with the CLHG.


Carmen D'Cruz said...

That's such a shame that no-one seems to have any ideas.
I'd love to nominate my local pub, as it's great, serves good beer, and has lots of very attractive bar staff. Pity it's in Croydon though :-(