RSA Reading: ROAM 4

Fellowship Event

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Milk, Reading

  • Fellowship

Join us for the next meeting of RSA Reading: ROAM. The focus of this meeting is the theme of sustainability.

 

ROAM is a series of meetups offering a chance to meet, discuss, debate, hear new stories and develop ideas across a variety of different venues.

At this event, we'll be hearing from Andy Dewis, founder of Pineapple, a social impact organisation aiming to bring together social and commercial enterprises. Our second speaker will be Anna Doyle, Festival Director, Reading-on-Thames Festival 2018.Our final speaker will be  Lara Stavrinou, Cultural Development Officer at 'Great Places'. 

The evening will end with an 'ideas box', where you can suggest guest speakers and ideas for future events.

If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]. Please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements or if you have any severe allergies.

ROAM is a series of meetups arranged by Creative People and jelly with support from RSA Fellowship.

 

Location: Milk, 8 Merchants Place, Reading, RG1 1DT

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