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Bath Social Impact Network: Creating an environment for Social Enterprises to thrive

The Bath Social Impact Network brings together people working in social, community and environmental impact areas locally so a great opportunity to network and hear from Social Enterprise UK for an update on their current priorities and how they can benefit you.

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Bath Social Impact Network: Creating an environment for Social Enterprises to thrive
Bath Social Impact Network: Creating an environment for Social Enterprises to thrive

Time & Location

19 Mar 2024, 17:30 – 19:30

Bath, Newark Works, 2 Foundry Ln, Bath BA2 3DZ, UK

About the Event

Join us for the Bath Social Impact Network in person event on 19th March, 5.30pm - 7.30pm at Newark Works (2 Foundry Lane, Bath BA2 3DZ)  

We'll be joined by Nichola McAvoy from Social Enterprise UK (SEUK), the biggest network of social enterprises in the UK. Nichola will be talking to us about the work SEUK do under their strapline of "Creating an environment for Social Enterprises to thrive."

You'll hear about the exciting role they're playing on the national stage and the role your organisation can play in working together to influence policy.

Nichola will also update us on SEUK's Social Enterprise Place scheme, which recognises hot spots of Social Enterprise activity. We hope to achieve this accreditation for BaNES within the next year and to do this, we need your help.

Drinks and light refreshments will be provided.

There will also be lots of opportunities for great conversations with your fellow members.

The Bath Social Impact Network was launched in early 2023 by 3SG and Bath Spa University, to fill a gap identified for businesses and individuals working in social, community and environmental impact areas in Bath and North East Somerset. You can find out more about the network here.

Event Details 

From 5:30PM to 7:30PM

Location: Newark Works, Bath, BA2 3DZ  Click here for directions to the venue.

Newark Works is just off the Lower Bristol Road, and does not provide visitor parking, however it's just a short walk (less than 5 minutes) across the new Quays bridge from Green Park Road Car park and Avon Street Car Park.

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