A Changing City: Four Norwich Institutions reflect on how they are adapting in a fast changing world
This autumn the Church of St Peter Mancroft is hosting a series of four evenings, entitled “A Changing City” at which representatives from four Norwich institutions will be reflecting on the challenges facing them, and how they are adapting in such a fast changing world.
All the sessions will start at 7pm in St Peter Mancroft and will last for an hour or so. Entrance is free. The programme of speakers is:
- Wednesday 19th October, Tim Bishop, Chief Executive of the Forum;
- Tuesday 1st November, Anthony Isaacs, Assistant Editor BBC Norfolk;
- Tuesday 8th November, Andy Bryant, Canon for Mission and Pastoral Care, Norwich Cathedral;
- Tuesday 15th November, Peter Wilson and Mark Hazell, Chief Executive and Marketing Director, Norwich Theatre Royal.
Each of the speakers will have interesting and thought-provoking things to share in relation to the issues facing their organisations, all of which play a prominent part in the life of the city, and they will give an insight into how they are adapting. There will be an opportunity for questions and discussion, and it would be good to hear your views on how we can best meet the challenges of the future.
Further details about “A Changing City” are available in the church, or via contacting firstname.lastname@example.org, 01603 610443.