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ICE history draws more than it bargained for

THE PAST demonstrated its relevance to the future recently, when the Midlands association graduates and students group packed a meeting in Birmingham to learn about the history of the ICE.

The talk, given by ICE head librarian Mike Chrimes, was so popular that even after it was moved to larger venue 49 could still not get in.

The lucky 92 who did get past the door heard a stimulating and thought provoking account of the events and people that made the institution what it is today.

The unprecedented demand for the meeting was due to it being advertised as helping to meet ICE core objectives, but nontheless it again showcases Midlands association as a champion for others to aspire to.

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