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RSA Norwich and Norfolk Meetup

Fellowship Event

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The Garage (Studio 2), Norwich

Meet local Fellows, spark inspiring discussions, and help shape the future of RSA activity in Norwich at our regular meetup.

It was great to see so many of you at our last meetup and to have more of you engaged in planning our future programme. Lots of ideas were shared – from school exclusion to sustainable housing, from precarious work to social entrepreneurship.

One of the concerns shared by many Fellows was mental health and well-being and we’re going to focus in on that at this month’s meetup. We’ll begin with a screening of a talk Johann Hari gave at RSA House earlier this year, on the rising depression and anxiety crisis. We’ll follow with a discussion and go on to consider how we might respond to these challenges locally.

We’ll also leave time for informal networking, and for planning our Christmas social on 6th December. On January 10th there’ll be a special event for Fellows at Dragon Hall as part of Norfolk County Council’s Norfolk 2040 project; more details to follow soon.

Tea, coffee and cake available, as always! We really hope to see you – and feel free to bring a friend.

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: networks@rsa.org.uk. Please also let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.

More information on access and directions hereNearby parking is available at The Forum, Chapelfield and Chantry Road Car Park. There is blue badge parking on Theatre Street (opposite the Assembly House).

 

Location: The Garage (Studio 2), 14 Chapel Field, North  Norwich, Norfolk , NR2 1NY

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