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The RSA in South West England

Welcome to RSA South West, a growing community of 2,500 Fellows. 

Here, you can find updates and activity from RSA Fellows from Cornwall to Gloucester and down to Bournemouth. Browse upcoming events and news from the Area or read about Fellow-led projects that are looking for your support.

Have your say on future activity by attending an event or by getting in touch with the team.  If you have any questions, get in touch with the RSA South West team.

Local Area connectors

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Area Manager (South West and Wales)

Picture of Neil Beagrie FRSA
RSA Fellowship Councillor for SW England and Chair Salisbury and South Wiltshire RSA Fellows Network


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Fellowship Councillor

Latest events

  • Global Engage

    Fellowship Event / Online

    Online via Zoom

    Want to offer your skills to support social change projects? Join us to hear from global Fellows leading new initiatives to drive a more inclusive, sustainable future.

  • Gardens for wellbeing: mind, body and ecology coming together

    Fellowship Event / Online

    Online via Zoom

    Join us as we continue the series of bringing the RSA SW and What Next? West Chapter community together online to connect, check in and to hear from this month's speaker Nickie Jakeman FRSA, A&E consultant at Bath hospital.

Local Fellowship news

  • Revitalising community education in Exmouth


    John Astley FRSA

    John Astley FRSA on facilitating community education workshops, talks and classes in Exmouth.

  • UWE Interior Design Students offer assistance to creative companies

    Fellowship News

    Led by Claudia Brewster FRSA, Interior Design students at The University of the West of England are keen to offer their assistance to creative companies who could benefit from an extra set of skilled hands.

  • Cities of Learning: from pilot to impact


    Tom Kenyon

    It is nearly six years since it was recommended to create a 'Cities of Learning' programme to establish a model designing and delivering inclusive lifelong learning, tailored to the needs of local people and economies. The RSA’s Tom Kenyon outlines the progress that has been made.

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