North - RSA

The RSA in the North of England

The RSA has a growing community of more than 3,000 Fellows across the North of England. From Liverpool up to Berwick-upon-Tweed, we are coming togetherdeveloping ideas, projects and networks enabling people, places and planet to flourish.

Join us at an upcoming Fellow-led event, explore blogs and news stories to hear about activity with a northern focus and meet our RSA in the North team, who you can contact via their profiles below 

Local Area connectors

Picture of Patrick Hurley
Fellowship Areas and Engagement Manager (North of England, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland)

Picture of Hellen Giblin-Jowett FRSA
Fellowship Councillor

Newcastle upon Tyne

Picture of Paul Ingram FRSA
Fellowship Councillor


Latest fellowship events in the north of england

  • RSA Newcastle Network Encounter: meetup

    Fellowship events

    Tyneside Cinema Bar Cafe, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6QG

    Join other RSA Fellows and friends for an informal chance to catch up and chat at the Tyneside Bar Café on Pilgrim Street.

  • Morning platform

    Fellowship events


    Innovative ideas, quirky projects, random proposals and wonderful initiatives from across the North of England.

  • RSA Fellowship Townhall

    Fellowship events


    CEO Andy Haldane will be answering a few questions from Fellows, we will be discussing a wide range of issues, and providing updates on our Capabilities for Life intervention.

Local Fellowship news and articles

  • Fellowship invited to shape the future of the RSA

    Fellowship news

    In 2023, we introduced more ways for Fellows to get involved in our work than ever before. Your views are vital in shaping our shared future. Here we outline some of the ways we have engaged Fellows in 2023.

  • Curating spaces of hope


    Matthew Barber-Rowell

    The pandemic plunged us into previously unimaginable uncertainty. With Brexit, the climate emergency, the war in Ukraine, and a cost of living crisis, how do we respond to it in these uncertain times?

  • It’s time to take back our computers from Big Tech


    David Jackson

    We complain about giants such as Google, Apple and Microsoft owning our technology, but how many of us take the time to explore the alternatives. As David Jackson argues, they are simple to adopt and free in every sense

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