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10-16 June


Southampton, 14-15 June: International Ports Congress. De Vere Grand Harbour Hotel. 9am. Contact MB (0171) 665 2315.

Southampton, 16 June: Heavy Duty Pavements. De Vere Grand Harbour Hotel. 9am. Contact MB (0171) 665 2315.

16 June: BGS 50th anniversary AGM & dinner. ICE. 5.30pm. Contact BGS (0171) 665 2233.

16 June: half-day consultation seminar - From workhorse to thoroughbred: a better role for bus travel. ICE. 1.30 pm. Contact James Galassi (0171 -665 2213).


Paris, 11-13 June: Annual continental visit to Paris and environs. Contact B White (0181) 807 3723.

East Anglia

Ipswich, 14 June: Essay Group. Suffolk County Council. 6pm. Contact Rik Miall (01473) 583230.


12 June: New applications for traditional materials - would Brunel approve? J Knight. ICE. 6.30pm. Contact David Hattersley (0181) 559 0227.


Hotline 0845 6060 332.

Birmingham, 10 June: Assesment of our civil engineering heritage. Austin Court. 6.30pm.

Birmingham, 12 June: Five-a-side football and netball. Aston Villa Leisure Centre. 1pm. Contact Mike Honeymoon (0121) 237 4000.

South Eastern

16 June: One-day event -

SUSTRANS & Sustainable transport. Contact Roland Wallis (01227) 763763.

Ashford, 16 June: ICE Energy Board Presentation on nuclear power. Contact Anne Qualters (0181 289 6444)

South Wales

11 June: Engineers Summer Ball. Contact John Flower (01792) 512617.

South Western

Exeter, 12 June: Boat Trip along the Exeter Canal from the Swing Bridge to the Turf Hotel. Swing Bridge car park. 6.45pm. Contact Keith Roberts (01392) 889020.

Taunton, 16 June: AGM and site visit. 6pm. Contact Barry Griffiths (01823) 358169.

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