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National 23 Apr: Achieving a boom in Britain's buses. Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London. Contact Claire Fitzpatrick (01224) 263 134.

23 Apr: Sustainable development:

tough choices for engineers. ICE.

6pm. Contact Kathleen Hollow (020) 7665 2242.

24 Apr: UK Earthquakes, state of stress and the magnitude 5 Ekofisk event of 7 May 2001. ICE.

5.30pm. Contact Eunice Waddell (020) 7665 2238.

ALGS 24 Apr: Transport debate. ICE.

6pm. Contact Joanna Holland (020) 7665 2159.

Chilterns 18 Apr: Site visit. Waltham Abbey.

Contact Brian Flynn (01799) 522 233.

East Anglia 24 Apr: European Standard EN206. Oaklands Hotel, Norwich.

6.30pm. Contact Tracy Starling (01206) 862 222.

24 Apr: Wind energy. Oaklands Hotel, Norwich. 6.30pm. Contact Jacqui Braby (0794) 123 2677.

East Midlands 17 Apr: NCE Communications Competition: Semi-final. Quality Inn, Loughborough. 6pm. Contact Ian Grierson (01455) 283 341.

East of Scotland 18 Apr: The Peter McCrae Lecture. Contact Richard Williams (0131) 469 3652.

23 Apr: ICE Papers Competition.

Fulton Building, University of Dundee. Contact Richard Williams (0131) 469 3652.

Midlands 11 Apr: Partnering: more effective partnering, less arranged marriage. Avoncroft Museum, Bromsgrove. 6.30pm. Contact Gordon Lewis (01684) 293040.

16 Apr: A span of bridges. Sunley Management Centre, Northampton.

6.30pm. Contact Paul Thompson (01933) 231730.

18 Apr: Project Evergreen - improving track capacity and line speed on Chiltern Railways.

Midlands Engineering Centre, Birmingham. 6.30pm. Contact Kiran Madhar (0121) 333 4466.

Northern Counties 15 Apr: Metro Centre Red Quadrant Development. Central Square, Newcastle. 6.15pm. Ann Bridges (0191) 222 6332.

17 Apr: Essay Presentation Meeting. Central Square, Newcastle. 6.15pm. Contact Doug Morrison (0191) 261 6080.

Northern Ireland 19 Apr: Institution of Engineers Ireland visit to Belfast. Queen's University, Belfast. 6.15pm. Ian Long (028) 9038 1321.

North Western 18 Apr: The Falkirk Wheel. CUBE.

6pm. Contact Ian Grindey (0161) 236 8655.

23 Apr: NCE Communication Competition regional round.

Warrington Town Hall. 5pm.

Contact Roger Macklin (01270) 582 654.

South Eastern 20 Apr: Civil Engineers Club walk.

10am. Horsham train station.

Contact Tony Barber (01372) 388626.

25 Apr: Who needs a partner?

Ashford Borough Council. 7pm.

Adrian Holland (01622) 666116.

South Western 21 Apr: Current health and safety issues in construction. Queens Building, Bristol University.

6.30pm. Trevor Still (01684) 310 584.

24 Apr: Excavation adjacent to existing buildings. Halcrow, Burderop Park, Swindon. 6.30pm.

Contact Trevor Still (01684) 310 584.

Thames Valley 21 Apr: When engineering was fun. Brooklands Museum, Weybridge. 6.30pm. Contact Steve Cummings (020) 8644 4321.

Wales 18 Apr: Monitoring and instrumentation. University of Wales, Swansea. Contact D Naylor (01792) 233 755.

18 Apr: The age of surveying.

Deganwy Castle Hotel, Deganway.

6.30pm. Contact Peter Simpson (01286) 679 066.

23 Apr: Bridging the Thames - design and construction of the Hungerford footbridges. Trevithick Building, Cardiff University.

6.15pm. Contact Stewart Barton (01432) 260 874.

24 April: NCE Communications Competition regional round.

Trevithick Building, Cardiff University, 6pm Val Kacal (029) 2051 2985 Yorkshire 19 Apr: Young Engineer Awards Ceremony. Cedar Court Hotel, Wakefield. 7.30pm. Contact Malcolm Parker (0113) 233 2305.

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