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RSA Nottingham Meetup

Fellowship Event

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THiNK, Nottingham

  • Fellowship

Join us for the next RSA Nottingham meetup this March.

At this month’s RSA Nottingham meetup we're highlighting the activities and projects of women FRSAs as part of International Women’s Day celebrations. It will also be an opportunity to see Nottingham College's photography exhibition 'Women of Nottingham' which is being hosted at THiNK. All genders are welcome but we are inviting women FRSA to speak about their projects. If you would like to do so please contact jeanne@thinkinng.org. Book your place to attend here.

Home-made soup, drinks and cakes available to purchase. At our next meetup – on April 19th – we’ll be talking about Cities of Learning, the focus of Matthew Taylor’s recent WEA Lecture, shared at an RSA Watch event here in Nottingham, hosted by Sharon Clancy FRSA. If you have any queries or suggestions, please contact jeanne@jeannebooth.org.

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

 

Location: TH!NK, Cobden Chambers, Pelham St, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG1 2ED

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