RSA Tunbridge Wells Meetup

Fellowship Event 6 Comments

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Manna Cafe, Tunbridge Wells

  • Fellowship

Come along to meet local Fellows from Tunbridge Wells, and throughout the Weald, and begin a conversation with others who want to transform our communities for the better through ideas and action.

Whatever your field of interest or expertise, get to know local RSA Fellows and join the discussion. It will be a great opportunity to connect with a diverse group of motivated people and spark ideas off each other.

The event will kick off with a brief sharing by Mary Locke FRSA and Claire Doran (South East Area Manager) on how to deal with conflict and prejudice and encourage civil debate. We’ll pool all our ideas and then explore what our group might like to do in the future. The evening could be a one-off conversation, or the start of a series of conversations. 

Questions to think about beforehand:

What are your pressing concerns for Tunbridge Wells and the surrounding area?

How would you like things to change in the future?

What sorts of projects or partnerships would you be interested in developing?

Refreshments will be available.

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

 

Location: Manna Cafe, Christ Church, High Street, TN1 1UT, Tunbridge Wells

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