What Does Your Sense of Smell Mean to You? Fifth Sense Charity Launch, 15th March 2014

FSNewBranding2014On 15th March 2014, Fifth Sense launches as the first charity working in the area of smell and taste-related disorders, and raising awareness of the huge role that the sense of smell plays in our lives.

The event will be a demonstration of the rapid advances made by Fifth Sense since its inception in 2012 in supporting smell and taste disorder sufferers, and act as a showcase for our plans to develop and grow our work over the next three years.  For more information on the event, please view the press release here.

The Fifth Sense launch is being held in partnership with the Centre for the Study of the Senses, at the School of Advanced Study, as part of the AHRC Science in Culture project ‘Rethinking the Senses’, and will be preceded by an interdisciplinary workshop on the Two Senses of Smell.

***Please note that the afternoon press launch is by invitation only and tickets are not available to purchase.  However all are welcome to join us for the evening drinks reception, which is taking place at Macmillan Hall, Senate House, London WC1E 7HU, 6-8pm.  To purchase tickets for the evening drinks reception, please visit http://fifthsense.bigcartel.com.  We will look forward to seeing you there.

Here’s to a bright future,

The Fifth Sense team.

2 thoughts on “What Does Your Sense of Smell Mean to You? Fifth Sense Charity Launch, 15th March 2014

  1. Frances Brett

    We hope you have a fantastic day, Duncan – we are sure it will be a success but wishing you all the best!
    With love from Frances, Mick and Esme xxx

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  2. Frances Brett

    To me, sense of smell means connection – to the people, places and things I love….it creates an instant memory and so instant connection…

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