RSA Hereford Network Meeting

Fellowship Event

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Herefordshire College of Art, Hereford

  • Fellowship

Join other local FRSAs at the Herefordshire College of Art for our first Network Event of 2018.

Our first meeting of the year includes an update on the Great Place Scheme, a Heritage Lottery and Arts Council funded programmes designed to enable cultural and heritage organisations to make a step-change in how they work together, and with other organisations in other sectors, so that arts, culture and heritage contribute more to meeting local social and economic objectives.

Herefordshire is one of 16 pilot areas across England taking part. Hear more from project lead Michael McBratney and discuss how Fellows can get involved. All welcome; just let us know you’re coming by booking your place (above).

If you have any questions, please contact Perry Walker: [email protected]. If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: [email protected]. Please also let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.

College Road Campus is in the main Victorian building previously known as The RNC. Car park access is one of two entrances off College Road bearing a Hereford College of Arts sign. Entrance is through the main front door where we will meet you. Please contact Helen Vine on 07775 522353 if you have any problems, or require a disabled parking space.

Location: Herefordshire College of Art, College Road, Hereford HR1 1EB

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