RSA Greater Brighton Christmas Social

Fellowship Event

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ONCA Barge, Brighton Marina

  • Fellowship

You are warmly invited to the RSA Greater Brighton Christmas party on Thursday 6 December at 7pm.

We are meeting at one of the newest, most unique venues in Brighton – the ONCA Barge in Brighton Marina. It is a new community arts and creative space, moored next to the Boardwalk and the Wetherspoons, with lovely views of the boats. There is free parking nearby and good public transport connections.  You can take the No. 7 bus from the train station, and city centre, to the Marina. This Fellows’ event is free.

There will be food, wine and other drinks - and a jazz band. It is essentially planned as a get-together, giving local RSA colleagues the chance to get to know each other better. We will create an opportunity for facilitated conversations to explore how best we can grow the Brighton group and what kind of events and topics you would find interesting for 2019 and beyond. However, the main aim is to network, socialise, eat, drink, and listen to the jazz.

We hope to see a good number of you, including those of you who are local, but active in the RSA national networks. The Barge takes 60 or so, and bookings are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Location: ONCA Barge, The Waterfront, Brighton, BN2 5UU

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