Express Meeting 24 March 2011

The next Express Meeting will be Thursday 24 March 5.30 to 7.30pm at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery (entrance in Royal Pavilion Gardens).

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Agenda for the evening below

Express Meeting

Thursday 24th March


Brighton Museum


  1. Rachel Lackie and Ellie Newland – Intro to Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

  1. Mike Roe – Feedback from Young People’s Group

  1. Youth participation case studies

  1. Lucy Jefferies – Express Funding application

  1. Any other Business

  1. Dates for next meeting


See you then!

Rachel Lackie

Community Engagement Officer

Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove

4/5 Pavilion Buildings



01273 295861


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