The Midlands Enlightenment: RSA Birmingham Meetup

Fellowship Event

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1000 Trades, Birmingham

  • Fellowship

The Midlands Enlightenment is a new monthly meetup for RSA Fellows at 1000 Trades in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.

In a welcoming, informal setting, each meetup will hear from someone who, one way or another, is undertaking pioneering work – helping to secure a new Enlightenment here in the Midlands.   

At this meet-up there’s another chance to hear from Tom Pell, founder of a brand new ground-breaking business based here in Birmingham – The Clean Kilo, an affordable, unpackaged supermarket. Tom was due to speak to us in December but the snow meant many of you were unable to attend. We’re so pleased he’s agreed to come and talk again.

If you have any questions, or to let us know of any access requirements or reasonable adjustments you have, please email the RSA team: [email protected]. 

PS Our next meetup will be on 20th February 2018, and we’ll continue to meet on the third Tuesday of every month.’ line is only in Eventbrite and not on the website.

Location: 1000 Trades, 16 Frederick Street, The Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham B1 3HE (main bar) 

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