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Brighton & Beyond Network Meetup

Fellowship Event

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The Bevendean Community Pub, Brighton

  • Communities
  • Community engagement

Join us as we begin to revitalise the RSA network in the “Greater Brighton Ideopolis” at The Bevy, a community pub run by Iain Chambers FRSA.

We have exciting plans for a series of RSA events based in Brighton that aim to be convivial, inspiring, and purposeful. We will be engaging Fellows intergenerationally around key issues and ideas - and harnessing the vast potential of our network at this critical point in time.  

Fellows from around the area are welcome to come and contribute. The Greater Brighton Ideopolis can be seen to extend from Worthing to Hastings and surrounds.

This is a great opportunity to meet other local Fellows, share ideas and resources to put “Hope into Action” - our theme for the next phase of the RSA’s development in our area.

Come along to help to shape future activity and find out how you can get involved! Together, we can move mountains.

Consider joining our new Facebook group “RSA Greater Brighton Ideopolis”. You can also use the Twitter hashtag #RSABrighton to share your news and views.

The number 49 bus stops right outside the pub and there is free parking available. The venue is wheelchair accessible.

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know on networks@rsa.org.uk. Alternatively, contact Iain on 01273 281009 or Libby Davy on libby@humanbells.com.

 Location: Bevendean Community Pub, 50 Hillside, Brighton, BN2 4TF

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