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What’s on 23 to 29 November

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East of England

28 Nov: Suffolk written exercise discussion group – session4. 5.45pm for 6.15pm, Jackson Civil Engineering, 30 Whitehouse Road, Ipswich. Click here to book

London

27 Nov: Five week health and safety course week 5. 6.30pm, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA. Contact nalini.solanki@ice.org.uk

28 Nov: Making London smarter – making London carbon neutral. 6.30pm, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA. Contact nalini.solanki@ice.org.uk

North West

23 Nov: Mental health in the workplace - why should we care? 6pm, Manchester St James’s Building Boardroom. Click here to book.  Contact kathleen.harrison@jacobs.com

Northern Ireland

27 Nov: All roads lead to BIM by Melanie Dawson of Graham Construction. 6:15pm, Ulster Museum (Belfast) and Online via WebEx. Click here to book. Contact jude.faloon@ice.org.uk

South East

23 Nov: Shoreham Adur tidal walls scheme. 6pm, Shoreham Port, Southwick BN42 4ED. Click here to book. Contact anne.qualters@ice.org.uk 0208 663 9027

23 Nov: Kent and East Sussex ICE 200 quiz evening. 7.30pm, The Red Lion, Lenham ME17 2PG. £3. Click here to book. Contact anne.qualters@ice.org.uk or 0208 663 9027

South West

28 Nov: Uretek CPD seminar. 6pm to 8pm, Council Chambers, Shire Hall, Gloucester. Click here to book. Contact natalie.wills@ice.org.uk or 01752 766230

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