Camp Quest UK is a freethinking summer camp for kids. They've been running camp since 2008 but this year they've been forced to cancel their physical camp due to Covid-19. They decided to hold two of our camp activities online so that campers, old and new, could still meet and get a little bit of camp experience.
Sessions are free and open to young people aged 10 to 17.
Last month, we shared an update on how QED 2020 plans were being affected by the COVID-19 crisis, and promised that we would make an official decision on how to proceed by the end of April. We regret to announce that we have taken the decision to postpone QED 2020.
As part of the Manchester Science Festival, The University of Manchester is hosting Science Spectacular, on Saturday 21 October 2017, 11am - 4pm, Whitworth Hall and Manchester Museum, Oxford Road Manchester
It's free so drop in if you're about.
When the lizard conspiracy let its guard down and allowed David Icke to come and give a talk in Manchester, GMSS member and soapbox speaker Claire went along with a notebook. And sandwiches, because he does tend to go on a bit…
Kat has written a few follow-up blog posts about the Soapbox event last month, including a video of Claire’s talk.
This year's Pint of Science events, starting in a couple of weeks, are starting to sell out — so get tickets to any that interest you now.
We are holding a GM on April 21 — be there or be elsewhere!
As a registered charity, we massively appreciate the support of the skeptical community and the donations we receive from individuals and organisations who want us to continue our work. With this in mind, we would like to thank the Greater Manchester Skeptics Society (GMSS) and Richard Dawkins Foundation (RDF) for their generous and hugely-appreciated donation of £1,000, resulting from an event that they jointly organised.