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September 2008 Meeting

September 8, 2008

Saturday 13 September – Summer Social Event for Secularists, Potential secularists, Humanists, friends and family – children welcome

The weather might not have been that good this summer, but spending time in good company is as good as ever.

This is an opportunity for everyone to meet each other in an outstanding setting without a fixed agenda.
Lunch provided (barbeque if fine, eating inside otherwise); discount if you bring something to eat and drink to share with others.

This year’s summer social event is to take place in the glorious natural surroundings of The Pales, a historic Quaker meeting house. Address: The Pales, near Llandegley, Powys LD1 5UH (click the link for a Google map). Turn North off the A44 at the West end of Llandegley, following the brown road signs for The Pales. The Pales is round a sharp left-hand bend near the top of the hill, about a mile off the main road (Note: if you’re following the Google map, it’s to the left of the marker indicated on the map, which shows the centre of the postcode rather than the actual location of The Pales – the OS map shows the Pales’ location more accurately).

10:30 to 14:00 including a barbecue lunch. If we have fine weather, an afternoon trip to Llandrindod Lake or the Elan Valley might be nice.

Please bring £3-50 if eating or £1 for drinks only; please let us know of any specific dietary requirements. If you’re bringing food and/or drink, please arrive at about 10.00 to help set up.

Open to members, potential members, and fellow humanists.
This is an opportunity to meet and chat in an informal setting, not only with active secularists, but with families and friends of all ages (bring as many as you can).