Nottingham Secular Society

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Future Meetings

        Conscientious Objectors in World War 2 in the UK, Tuesday April 28th.

        Cancelled due to Coronavirus

            A talk by Margaret Christopoulos, 19:30 prompt start, £2 entry.

               This talk will examine the experiences of conscientious objectors in WW2 in the UK. It is based on interviews, materials from the Imperial War Museum and

               published literature. Covering the legacy of ww1 and the changing social culture of the 1920s and 30s, it aims not to take sides on the ethical issues

               but rather to illuminate the motivations and experiences facing young men and women in the 30s and 40s.

               Margaret describes herself as an experienced job junkie! She has worked as a careers adviser, a charity manager, a trainer and teacher and researcher.

               "After four decades in Nottingham, retirement for me is a great time to spend time with family, to travel, to write and to research puzzles of the past and present."

        at the Canal House, 48-52 Canal Street, Nottingham.

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Campaigning locally for a Secular Britain.

Who we are and what we believe:

We are a group of people based in and around the Nottingham area who support the idea of a secular society, in which people of all religions, and none, should be treated equally.

We support the Charter of the National Secular Society and meet regularly to discuss secular issues; listen to guest speakers; organise campaigns, have debates and the occasional social evening.

Secularism Protects:

We are not anti-religion. We oppose discrimination against religions and discrimination by religions equally but we believe that religion is a private matter for individuals and that the privileged position of religious organisations and the self-interest of religious leaders is one that should be challenged.


Please have a look at the website and, if you like what you see, why not come along and join us at one of our meetings? For more information or any general inquiries please contact

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