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The ICE in Scotland

The new ICE Scottish Office is led by Cunningham and hopes to bring the Institution closer to its members in Scotland, as well as creating close links with the Scottish Parliament.

Two local associations are represented: Glasgow & the West of Scotland and East of Scotland.

Cunningham believes the new ICE Scottish Office will improve their operation.

Within the two local associations are a number of local branches, an essential means to pass information to a membership that spreads as far as Orkney in the north and the Highlands & Islands in the west.

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