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RSA Worcester Network Event

Fellowship Event

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King Charles House, New Street, Worcester

  • Fellowship

In or near Worcester? Don’t miss the October meet-up of our thriving local group.

This month the topic under discussion is beer. Our speaker Brian Bade will share research undertaken as part of his MBA about changes in the ownership, control and economics of the pub industry from the late 1980s to the present day.

Drinks and refreshments, including award-winning pies, are available to buy.

This event is free to attend and guests are welcome - just secure your place using the link at the top of the page.

Any questions, please contact Carl Flint at malvernwalks@yahoo.co.uk.

To let us know of any access requirements, severe nut allergies,or reasonable adjustments you may have, please email the RSA team: networks@rsa.org.uk.

Location: King Charles House, New Street, Worcester, WR1 2DP

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