Join us for a Cumberland Conversation with the pioneering activist and educator Kim Samuel, founder of the Samuel Centre for Social Connectedness and author of On Belonging: Finding Connection in an Age of Isolation.
This Conversation will explore how Kim has come to dedicate her life to helping people who feel isolated and the lessons she has learned from her discussions with a remarkable range of people with wisdom to impart, including Nelson Mandela, on how to build a world in which everyone feels at home.
Kim will be in discussion with Canon Dr Edmund Newell, under the Chatham House Rule. Following the Conversation, audience members will have the chance to ask questions of Kim, with questions coming from both the in-person and virtual audiences.
Guests are invited to join us from 5.45pm on Tuesday 14 March for refreshments, before taking a seat for the Conversation by 6.00pm.
The Conversation will take place in Flitcroft, in The Mews conference centre at Cumberland Lodge.
A short drinks reception will follow from 7.30pm to 8.00pm and in-person tickets include a glass of wine or soft drink.
Tickets for this event are available from the checkout below. Tickets to attend the Conversation in person are available for £10 per person. Online tickets are available for £5, to watch the Conversation from home via a private link.
All proceeds will help to cover the running costs of the event and support our wider charitable work.
For any enquiries, or to request an alternative form of payment, please contact Mary-Kate Wolseley (Programme Administrator) on 01784 497794 or email firstname.lastname@example.org