The meeting will now be held on Tuesday 7th July at 6:30pm at the Community Space, Bernard Weatherill House, Mint Walk. To book your free place please sign up here.
Lord Glasman is a Labour Life Peer and Director of the London Metropolitan University’s Faith and Citizenship Programme.
He is both an original thinker and community activist and has been a key figure behind Citizens UK’s work bringing communities together to work for the common good.
Bishop Jonathan Clark, who chairs the Commission said,
“This is a rare and exciting opportunity to hear directly from one of the most influential thinkers of modern time about how you change a community for the better. Not everyone with agree with Lord Glasman’s views but I guarantee he will ask some challenging questions and propose some radical and innovative ideas.”