UPCOMING QUARTERLY FAB CITY FORUM – 28.01.22

 

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Plymouth Culture and Plymouth College of Art invite local businesses, partners, and Plymouth-ians once again to the Quarterly Fab City Forum held this time at the PCA Students Union on 28th January 2022!

Hosted by Plymouth Culture and Plymouth College of Art, the Quarterly Fab City Forum invites city-wide community members, partners, and businesses into a open discussion about our city. With a focus on promoting local production in an effort to move towards a more resilient regional circular economy, these informal networking events aim to support all voices in this future-thinking conversation.

Our third Fab City Forum will feature presentations by keynote speakers Tim Crabtree from Wessex Community Assets, and Michael Hunt representing 3D Print Cornwall. An open discussion will follow these presentations, leading into a casual workshop activity.

Please book your space via the link below. 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/quarterly-fab-city-forum-tickets-229414132847

 

Fab City Plymouth Forum January 2022 Flyer

Fab City Plymouth

Fab City Plymouth

For now, Fab City Plymouth is a badge, a commitment and an ambitious target. How we will get there and what we will do is up to you, up to us and up to everyone who shares our commitment and seeks to act and engage. Whether you are a citizen or council officer, a corporation or a community, a student or social enterprise, cultural organization or creative business, a healthcare or housing provider; whether you’re working in food, farming, craft, making, digital or design, Fab City is for everyone, and we invite you to get involved.

Fab City is an ambitious commitment but one Plymouth is well placed to meet. We have a high-tech marine and manufacturing base, a pioneering council, a vibrate digital and creative sector, three universities, community energy and community businesses, we have two national parks and a green and blue bio-region that is the envy of the world. As a city we are small enough to manage and big enough to matter. Plymouth is a great place to get things done.

As a city we are small enough to manage and big enough to matter. Plymouth is a great place to get things done.

Lindsey Hall

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