RSA Woking Meetup

Fellowship Event

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Woking United Reformed Church

  • Fellowship

Join us this December to connect with local fellows and continue the conversations kicked off in September, about how the RSA’s mission “to create the conditions for the enlightened thinking and collaborative action needed to address today's most pressing social challenges” can be better delivered in Woking.

At the first meeting, ideas and ambitions were expressed to work on Working with Youth; Building Community; Advancing Local Approaches to Sustainability; the Development of Woking (the ‘regeneration’); and, Civic Development.

At this meeting, we’ll discuss those themes further and begin to develop some specific project ideas. Come along, get to know other local RSA Fellows, and join the discussion. The event will be facilitated by Niraj Saraf FRSA. As before, we invite you to bring your ideas and thoughts, including:

  • What are your concerns about development in Woking?
  • What sorts of projects would you be interested in collaborating on? 
  • How can we help develop partnerships in Woking between education, creative industry, arts community and business which can work towards an enlightened, thriving and supportive local economy that has real social impact?

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: Woking United Reformed Church, White Rose Lane, GU21 6HJ

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