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RSA Nottingham Third Thursday

Fellowship Event

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THiNK, Nottingham

  • Fellowship

Join us for our first Nottingham meetup of the New Year.

It’d be great to see you at the first RSA Nottingham meetup of 2018.  

Our regular monthly gatherings take the form of three ‘courses’.  

For starters: introductions and networking. Soup, bread, and drinks are available to buy.  

For our main course, from 7pm, we’ll be discussing a recently published RSA report on schools and considering how it relates to Nottingham and the wider region. You can download the report, and read around the topic here. 

Around 7.40pm we’ll draw to a close with ‘sweet’ - time to share events, projects, asks for help, or good news stories.  

Please let us know you’re coming by booking a place using the link above. 

If you have any queries or suggestions, please contact Rick Hall.

To let us know of any access requirements or reasonable adjustments, please email the RSA team: networks@rsa.org.uk. Please also let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.

Our next meeting is 18 February (to coincide with the Festival of Science and Curiosity). 

Location: THiNK, Cobden Chambers, Pelham St, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 2ED   

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