RSA Chelmsford Meetup

Fellowship Event

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The Transition, Chelmsford

  • Fellowship

Please join us for our next RSA Meetup in Chelmsford.

For this meeting we'll be welcoming a member of theEssex Partners  Support Team to talk about "The Future of Essex".  This strategic framework is intended to give all the many different groups and communities of Essex a way to collaborate in planning the future.   

Join us to hear more and share your questions about the vision's priorities, progress to date, and key next steps, and to consider how this could form a framework for Fellow and community activity in Essex. 

This event is hosted by the RSA Essex Fellows group but is open to all so please spread the word and use the hashtag #rsaessex. 

We'll be meeting at The Transition - a selection of drinks will be available to purchase.  The venue is a few minutes’ walk from Chelmsford Station and the nearest parking is in Coval Lane or Railway Street, costing £1 after 5.30pm. 

If you have any problems or queries, please e mail Nikki ([email protected]) or Andy ([email protected]). 

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

Please let us know you’re coming by booking your place (above).

Location: The Transition, The Anne Knight Buildings, Fenton Court, City Park West, Chelmsford, CM1 1LW (opposite Chelmsford Rail Station). 

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