RSA Meetup Liverpool

Fellowship Event


The Aloft Hotel, Liverpool

  • Communities
  • Social networks
  • Fellowship

This informal RSA Meetup, hosted by Fellows Eric Woodcock and Pamela Ball, will encourage conversation and new connections in Merseyside.

It will be a great opportunity for you to meet local Fellows whilst finding out more about the RSA, potential activities and initiatives in and around Liverpool, and how you can get involved. We will also be considering which type of events to have in the area going forward.

Join us in the main bar at the Aloft Hotel Liverpool, on the corner of Dale Street and North John Street.

This event is free to attend and open to Fellows, friends, and colleagues interested in supporting the work of the RSA. You are welcome to dip in for part of the evening or stay for the duration.

Please register in advance by following the "Book Now" link above.

If you have any questions, contact Eric Woodcock FRSA: [email protected].

Location: The main bar at the Aloft Hotel, No. 1 North John Street, Liverpool, L2 5QW.

There is pay and display parking nearby the hotel and it is within a few minutes walk of the main stations. The bar is to the right of the hotel reception.

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