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RSA Bristol: First Mondays

Fellowship Event

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Engine Shed, Bristol

  • Fellowship
  • Fellowship in Action

We’re inviting RSA Fellows to meet us for a conversation and a cuppa.

Are you curious about how to get more involved with the RSA? Do you have ideas you want to grow within the Fellowship community? Maybe you're considering applying for RSA project support but are not quite sure which route to go down? As a new Fellow, do you simply want to say hello and meet your RSA SW Area Manager, Lou Matter?

Book a 30-minute slot in advance by following the Book Now link above, and come along for a cuppa and 1:1 chat.

Lou will be at the  Engine Shed between 11am – 2.30pm. We hope you'll leave with ideas brewing!

We kindly ask attendees to commit to their time slot as places are limited – if you need to cancel, please do so with as much notice as possible.

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: networks@rsa.org.uk. Please also let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.

 

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