RSA Norwich and Norfolk: Visit to Reepham Allotment Project

Fellowship Event

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Reepham High School & College, Norwich

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Site visit to Reepham Allotment Project, part of the Papillon Project.

Following discussions on young people's education at the Fellows' meetup in September, Nigel Boldero FRSA, who is a trustee of the Papillon Project, is inviting Fellows to continue the discussion in direct conversation with young people and other volunteers at the project. The initiative creates and develops school allotments to inspire children and young people to grow food for themselves and the community, while at the same time nurturing their mental health and wellbeing.

During the visit, we'll have young people and other volunteers show Fellows around the site, and discuss the issues of importance to them.

If you're driving from Norwich city centre and would like to carpool, please contact Kazz Morohashi by Friday 18 October.

For those making their own way to the site, please meet the group in the main car park of Reepham High School and College, near the wind turbine, at 2pm.

Please let us know you’re coming by registering your place using the link above.

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: Reepham High School & College, Whitwell Rd, Reepham, Norwich, NR10 4JT

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