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Borders and R+EINS Network

Fellowship Event

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Trinity Centre 20 High Cross Avenue Melrose

  • Public Services & Communities
  • Communities

Fellows and guests resident in the Borders are invited to register, with an especial welcome to those working very specifically within agriculture, forestry and countryside organisations, and/or who sit on relevant boards such as SoSEP, RHASS etc. The purpose of this meeting is several-fold, including the launch of a new Fellows' Network entitled R+EINS [RSA Fellows' Rural + Environmental Issues Network Scotland].

It will in due course propose events in other parts of Scotland: topics for consideration and complimentary event venues may be suggested to Network lead Ann Packard who will consider these with the virtual steering group now in place.

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