Crisis and Change in Norfolk: invitation to a conversation

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What’s it like to live where you live? How has the Covid crisis changed it – what did you see start and stop? And what about the future – what do you hope your community will look like? What will help and what could get in the way? 

With the support of the National Lottery Community Fund the RSA is exploring what’s changing in local communities, what’s needed now, and what’s possible in the future. 

Our enquiry is coming to Norfolk for an online conversation on Thursday 21 January and we’d be delighted if you could take part.

We would love to hear about your experiences and aspirations – the stories which might influence policymakers, imagine alternatives and inspire long-term change. You can find out more about the project here

We’ll begin the event with a short introduction to the enquiry and then move into conversations in small groups. We are here to listen to your experiences. 

To register your place and receive more details on how to join the event please use the booking link below. Booking closes at midday on Friday 15 January and places are limited. 

Ian Burbidge, Abigail Campbell and Ella Firebrace- Royal Society of Arts

Event: Crisis and Change in Norfolk
Date and time: Thursday 21 January at 10:30 GMT
Online via Zoom


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