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NATIONAL 11 Oct: Water resources field trip to East Anglia. 8:00am. Contact tim. fuller@ice. org. uk 14 Oct: Open ALGS committee meeting and elections. 6:30pm.

Contact Joanna.Holland@ice. org. uk 14 Oct: The future for graduates and young professionals in the railway industry. 1:00pm. Contact hannah. wilson@ice. org. uk 16 Oct: The use of aluminium projects in building and construction. 5:30pm. Contact pauline. arundel@ice. org. uk 16 Oct: The delivery of rail projects through alliancing.

Speaker Mark Cutler. ICE. Contact Joanna Holland (020) 7665 2159.

16 Oct: Meteorology and hydrology - towards closer collaboration. 2pm. Contact:

murray. dale@meto. gov. uk 16 Oct: The challenges facing the Aral Sea Basin. 2pm. Contact:

tim. fuller@ice. org. uk CHILTERNS 16 Oct: AME site visit and AGM.

Aston Clinton Bypass. 3.30pm.

Chris Goodacre ( 01462) 819116.

EAST ANGLIA 9 Oct: Canal regeneration. Bernard Higgins, British Waterways.

Chelmsford. 6pm. Contact John Lemay (01245) 247038.

16 Oct: CPR/IPR. Norwich. 6pm.

Tom Salmon (01603) 223304.

EAST MIDLANDS 9 Oct: Road user charging in Edinburgh - dammed if you do, dammed if you don't. Bull Hotel, Peterborough. 6.30pm. Contact John Oldfield (01733) 464478.

EAST OF SCOTLAND 15 Oct: Ferry Port, Rosyth.

University of Dundee. 5:45pm.

Chic Haggart (01738) 476540.

15 Oct: The tale of Tumble Down Terrace (the Gilmerton Limestone Emergency). Followed by branch AGM. National Science Centre, Edinburgh. 5.30pm. Contact: Jon Hassel (0131) 226 4693.

MIDLANDS 14 Oct: Travel to school in Stoke on Trent. Staffs University. 12.30pm.

Chris Jackson (01782) 236706.

15 Oct: Use of recycled material in highway construction. University College of Northampton. 6.30pm.

Paul Thompson (01933) 231730.

NORTHERN IRELAND 14 Oct: G&S Go-karting. Contact Mark Devenny (028) 9025 3132.

NORTH 15 Oct: Branch AGM and chairman's address - Engineering the future.

6.15pm. Holiday Inn, Stainton.

Colin Fenby. (01642) 800 400.

17 Oct: Who invented Young's modulus? Alastair Beal. Civil Centre, Carlisle. 6pm. Contact:

S Pollington (01900) 826 193 NORTH WEST 9 Oct: A500 Basford Hough Shavington project, Crewe. Hoole Hall, Chester. 6.30pm. Contact David Hill (01270) 666 195.

14 Oct: Mersey Tunnels escape passages. Liverpool Moat House Hotel. 6pm. Contact Dave Haddon (07698) 320 982.

16 Oct: The Regional Transport Strategy. County Hall, Preston 5.30pm. Contact Keith Cameron (01772) 264 566.

SOUTH EAST 9 Oct: Talking rubbish! Holiday Inn, Rochester. 7pm. Contact Anne Qualters (020) 8289 6444.

10 Oct: Geotechnical aspects of the CTRL 342 and 320 contracts.

Swanley. 6.30pm. Contact Ian Payne (01622) 666432. Site visit precedes meeting.

16 Oct: Site visit to the Thames Barrier. 2pm. Contact Anne Qualters (020) 8289 6444.

SOUTH WEST 10 Oct: AGM then Integrated Service Delivery on the local highway network. Arup Auditorium.

6pm. Trevor Still (01684) 310584.

12 Oct: The ICE team challenge event. Trendle Farm, Brunton.

Trevor Still (01684) 310584.

16 Oct: Students, skills shortages, salary and status. Halcrow, Buderop Park 6pm. Contact Trevor Still (01684) 310584.

WALES 17 Oct: Access to Cardiff Airport.

Cardiff University. 5.30pm. Contact Bob Brierley (01633) 463333 17 Oct: Concrete: 8000 years of degradation and repair. Dr P Lambert. Deganwy Castle Hotel.

6pm. Contact Peter Simpson (01286) 679066.

YORKSHIRE 10 Oct: Lunoe Trust Lecture - the Falkirk Wheel. Leeds. Dorothy Carr (0113) 343 2263.

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