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RSA Isle of Man Meetup

Fellowship Event

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ManxSPCA Tearooms, East Foxdale

  • Arts and society
  • Fellowship
  • Fellowship in Action

Meet local Fellows, spark inspiring discussions, share new ideas, and help shape the future of RSA activity on the Isle of Man.

The aim for our first RSA Isle of Man Meetup is to encourage conversation and new connections, providing a chance for Fellows to meet locally in a relaxed setting and make plans for more regular opportunities going forward.

Steve Burrows FRSA and Waveney Jenkins FRSA will be hosting this informal event, giving you the chance to introduce yourself, shape and share opportunities to get involved, and learn more about the work of Fellows and the RSA.

Please register to attend by following the "Book Now" link above.

If you have an early-stage project, idea, or activity that you want to share, or if you're looking to connect with others based on a specific topic, you may also have the opportunity to stand up and share details in a one-minute call-out to the people in the room. 

This event is free to attend and open to Fellows, friends, and colleagues interested in supporting the work of the RSA. You are welcome to dip in for part of the evening or stay for the duration.

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: networks@rsa.org.uk

Location: ManxSPCA Tearooms, Ard Jerkyll, East Foxdale, Isle of Man, IM4 3HL.

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