RSA Norwich and Norfolk - What's Your Story? - 06/12/2018 - RSA

RSA Norwich and Norfolk - What's Your Story?

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North Café, Norwich

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We hope you’ll join us for a special, festive meetup of RSA Norwich and Norfolk.

 As the world around us seems to grow more divided, we’re going to explore what connects us. What professional and personal interests do we share? Why did we become Fellows? What’s your Fellowship story? 

Please come ready to share and to listen as we continue to explore our potential as a group, to build our network, and to consider how we might create our own version of a 21st Century Enlightenment Coffee House. Refreshments will be available. 

Our January meetup will be on the 10th a special event for Fellows at Dragon Hall as part of Norfolk County Council’s Norfolk 2040 project; please look out for details of how to book. 

We really hope to see you on the 6th December, our last gathering of 2018! 

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: North Café (upstairs – lift available), 7-9 Fye Bridge St, Norwich, NR3 1LJ

 

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