RSA Norwich at the Ideas Factory

Fellowship Event

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Norwich University of the Arts

  • Fellowship

A group of local Fellows have been meeting up in Pizza Express at the Forum in Norwich every first Thursday for a number of months.

Local issues have been discussed, new connections made and new RSA projects conceived. Our next meet-up on Thursday 4 October will focus on developing plans for local RSA activities for the year ahead. 

This isn't about developing a programme of tired events, that become a chore to organise and will only appeal to the few. It's more about exploring how the strength of our RSA network, local and national, can usefully contribute to some of the pressing issues affecting our city and county. 

Attending the session will be our RSA Area Manager, Abigail Campbell. She is our link with the RSA centrally and can help ensure that what we propose dovetails neatly into wider RSA initiatives. This will avoid duplication and more importantly, help us secure additional support for what we agree to do. 

Please do try to get along to this session, even if you've not been to a Norwich meet-up before. We'd love to meet you, to hear your ideas and together, influence the future of life in the city and county we all love and care about. 

We hope to see you there – and feel free to bring a friend! 

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: [email protected]. Please also let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.

Location: The Ideas Factory, Norwich University of the Arts Norwich University of the Arts, 30 St Andrews Street, Norwich , NR2 4AE

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