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RSA Nottingham Surgery

Fellowship Event

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THiNK, Nottingham

  • Fellowship

Do you want to get more involved with the RSA? Are you a new Fellow with questions to ask?

Do you have ideas you want to grow within the Fellowship community? Are you considering applying for RSA project support but not quite sure which route to go down? Do you want to find out more about local groups from Jeanne Booth, convenor of RSA Nottingham ? Do you simply want to say hello and meet our RSA Area Manager, Abigail Campbell?

Abigail will be at THiNK on Friday 5th October from 11am till 3pm to see Fellows and anyone interested in Fellowship. To be sure of her undivided attention, why not drop her a line to book a slot: abigail.campbell@rsa.org.uk. The wonderful garden café will be open for refreshments throughout.

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

Location: THiNK in NG, Cobden Place, Cobden Chambers, off Pelham St, Nottingham NG1 2ED

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