RSA Bristol Meetup

Fellowship Event

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Rough Trade, Bristol

  • Fellowship

Join us for our May meetup to meet other Fellows in the Bristol area.

The RSA Bristol Fellowship takes a very human approach to networking. We care about building an inclusive culture with a “no pressure” atmosphere that supports you in making genuine bonds with interesting and interested people from across the Fellowship.

That’s why so many Fellows and their guests tell us that they love networking with the RSA Bristol Fellows. Every session provides natural opportunities to share experience, spark ideas, and collaborate in local initiatives that positively transform our neighbourhoods and lives for good.

We make it easy to plan into your busy schedules too: we meet on the last Thursday of every month, at different venues across central Bristol.

Friendly Fellows will be at hand to greet you and to help you shape and transform positive collaboration and participation in the RSA South West's future. There will be a cash bar and complimentary nibbles.

Tickets are free of charge but please register your attendance at the top of this page.

Any questions, please contact Delia Slucutt FRSA: [email protected].

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: Rough Trade, 3 New Bridewell, Nelson Street, Bristol, BS1 2QD.

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