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Green Mingle July 2022

  • Start - 5:30pm Thursday 07th July 2022
  • Finish - 7:00pm Thursday 07th July 2022
  • Free
  • Watershed, 1 Canon's Road, Bristol, BS1 5TX

The Green Mingle is Bristol Green Capital Partnership’s monthly networking event, offering individuals and organisations the opportunity to meet in an informal setting, make connections, share ideas and learn about innovative projects and initiatives in Bristol.

We hope to create a welcoming and friendly space for everyone interested in the environment in Bristol.

There will be some light snacks available and you can purchase drinks from the café bar.

The event is free to attend but please reserve a space.

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Bristol Green Capital Partnership community interest company is supported by the following organisations:

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