Future Events

Monthly Events

Events usually take place at least once a month and are usually on a Monday. The date varies, taking into account venue availability and Bank Holidays. Our events are generally enlightening, stimulating and fun.  They provide opportunities to engage socially and in lively discussion  with like minded, open-minded thinking people. 

Details are also published on the East London Humanist Meetup site. Signing up to Meetup is free and easy and without any obligation or hassle. You will automatically received details of events when they are posted.

BANGLATOWN GUIDED WALK
MONDAY 23 MAY 2022

Join us on a fascinating tour of Banglatown with a guide from the Swadhinata Trust, a secular Bengali community group, and will provide a humanist perspective. This event is for anybody interested in the story of Bengali migration and settlement in the East End of London Its an opportunity to learn about the community’s rich history and culture and the diverse backgrounds, values and customs of its members.

Numbers are limited and pre-booking on Meetup is essential. The cost is £8 or £5 unwaged. An email will be sent before the event to anyone who has registered with details of arrangements for payment.

Stay with us after the walk for further socialising and a curry or a bagel!

Altab Ali park is on the site of the old white church of St Mary Matfelon, from which Whitechapel gets its name. The park was renamed after Altab Ali, a Bangladeshi textile worker who was murdered by three teenagers on 4 May 1978 in a racist attack as he walked home after work.

A feature of the park is a replica of the Shaheed Minar martyrs monument pictured above (the original is in Dhaka, Bangladesh) and commemorates those killed during the Bengali Language Movement demonstrations in 1952.

JUNE 2022
DETAILS TO BE CONFIRMED

Wanstead Library

The George

The library is a 2 minute walk from Wanstead Underground Station (Central Line). Nearby bus stops include 308;145;W12;W13;W14;66;101. There is also free easy parking adjacent to the library and good disabled access