RSA Bath Meetup

Fellowship Event

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The Drawing Rooms, Bath

  • Fellowship

Join us for our November meetup to connect with other Fellows in the Bath area.

Come along to meet with local Fellows and help create a powerful network of people in Bath dedicated to enriching society and shaping the future through ideas and action.
 
This event is one of a series this year, having sparked the Bath Fellowship into collaborative action in May. At this meetup, Steve Fuller FRSA will share the work he has been doing professionally, and on a pro bono basis, to encourage Bath’s various interest groups to focus, convene and collaborate on a single issue.

With 80% of the council’s budget allocated to adult social care, what could the city achieve if it chose Wellbeing as a strategic pillar for economic, social and place development?

The aim of the session is to identify where local Fellows can support existing initiatives, build on and stretch thinking to date, as well as stimulate discussion on where the gaps are that society can help fill.

We’ll also be continuing to develop our own plans for positive change. There will, as always, be the opportunity to network too.

This meeting is kindly being hosted by a new venue to the city: The Drawing Rooms, 19 Union Passage, BA1 1RD.

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 Drawing Rooms, 19 Union Passage, Bath, BA1 1RD

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