Wera Meets...Reverend Roger Driver

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In the third of her online conversations, on Wednesday 10th June from 6 - 7 pm, Bath MP Wera Hobhouse will be speaking with the vicar of St Michael’s Without, the Reverend Roger Driver.

Roger has been an Anglican vicar for 30 years. He was called to take up his post in Bath four years ago. Previously he worked in the inner city areas of Liverpool. He has a Masters in Urban Regeneration, has served as a non-Executive Director of four NHS Primary Care Trusts, and on a Housing Regeneration Board. He has also served as a school governor for four schools and a college.

As a Trustee of BaNES Third Sector Group, he has been at the forefront of the response to COVID-19, for example by opening his church to host a pop-up PPE factory. He will be talking about the essential roles that community and collaboration will play in the road to recovery. There will also be plenty of time for questions from attendees.

The event will be hosted online, sign up for your free Zoom link below. You will receive a separate email with joining instructions before the event.

When
June 10, 2020 at 6pm - 7pm
Where
Zoom

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