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Event type: South West networking group

Join charity comms professionals from the South West of England at our learning and networking seminars in Bristol, held three times a year.

Who can attend?
CharityComms members and corporate partners can attend for free. Non-member charity places are £50+vat and corporate/public sector organisation places are £80+vat.

About the events
Each event focuses on a different comms topic with guest presenters, group discussions and networking.

The events give you the chance to meet your peers, compare notes on workplace practices and share successes, ideas, challenges and inspiration. The network is designed to encourage networking and peer to peer support, sharing issues in a ‘safe’ environment.

South West networking group steering committee

  • Claire Cosgrove, former head of fundraising and comms at Hope for Tomorrow

  • Claire Waltham-Smith, communications & governance, Wiltshire Citizens Advice

  • Hannah Sweetnam, senior digital comms manager, Soil Association

  • Holly Edwards, social media and digital communications officer, Meningitis Research Foundation

  • Jake Smith, CEO, Tusko

  • Bex Gilbert, UK media manager, British Red Cross

  • Matt Rogers, senior communications manager (Marketing & Brand) HF Trust

  • Pippa Treavett, account director (LI), Orchid Communications

If you’re interested in joining the steering group please email Vanessa to find out more.

Mailing list
To be added to the South West networking group mailing list please email events@charitycomms.org.uk 

Sponsorship
If you’d be interested in sponsoring the South West networking group, please email Vanessa for further information.

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