RSA Haywards Heath Creative Salon

Fellowship Event


Waitrose, Haywards Heath

  • Communities
  • Social networks
  • Fellowship

Join us for an enlightening evening with Fellows and friends from across Haywards Heath and surrounding areas. This is part of a series of bi-monthly events aimed at connecting Fellows and friends and sparking new and creative ideas in the area.

Come along to:

  • Hear music and songs by Jake 'Buster' Weston, an emerging solo artist and Alumni of Sussex Downs College
  • For the chosen theme, 'Film', a presentation by Paul Reeve CEO of 'Into Film'
  • Other special guests talk about their work in the industry
  • Exchange ideas, discuss issues, and develop strategies working towards making Haywards Heath and District an exciting, innovative, creative hub for Mid Sussex and in particular creating a new Haywards Heath Food & Arts Festival for 2018
  • Find out more about how you can get involved with the RSA
  • Meet local Fellows and friends as well as creative practitioners and artists, and find out about projects in the area

All are welcome to join in to share their experiences, expertise, and potential to contribute to this transformative project. This event is free to attend and open to all, but please book your place. If you have any questions, please contact Nigel Allyson-Ryan, FRSA: [email protected].

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know on [email protected] or email [email protected].

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