South West programme planning - RSA

South West programme planning

Fellowship events

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Online

  • Community and place-based action
  • Communities
  • Community engagement
  • Fellowship in Action
  • Social innovation

Did you know that we had more than 30 events across the South West in 2023?

All led by local Fellows on topics highlighted at our regional programme planning event held at the beginning of the year.

Our Fellowship Councillors would love to share some of the highlights of what we accomplished together, including local meetups in 10 towns, seven online coffeehouses, three local area grants, two thematic networks, and one Fellows Festival.

We want you to help shape our programme for the upcoming year so we can focus on issues that matter to communities in the South West in 2024.

This event is free to attend, and we hope you can join us!

Taking part in online events

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Zoom call joining details will be sent via email in advance of the event.

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments to support your participation, please let the team know by emailing: [email protected].

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Upcoming South West England Fellowship events

  • RSA South West Coffeehouse 2024

    Fellowship events

    Online

    Join South West Fellows once a month on a Thursday lunchtime to hear an informal talk by a guest presenter, followed by Q&A and discussion. Spend your lunchbreak meeting Fellows from across the region and getting new inspiration!

  • RSA Salisbury: World Book Day

    Fellowship events

    Salisbury Library, Salisbury SP1 1BL

    The RSA, literacy charity Read Easy and Salisbury Library are joining forces to celebrate World Book Day on 7 March and show that people can learn to read at any age.