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25 Jun-1 Jul


25 Jun: Survey packages - what the future holds. Introduced by D Gedge and W Schofield. Tel: (0171) 665 2241.

Haywards Heath, 26 Jun: Benevolent Fund. tea party. 4pm. Mill Hill Close. Tel: (01444) 417979.

29 Jun-1 Jul: AME annual conference. Leading the way - success in the public sector. Park Hotel. ICE. Tel: (0171) 665 2214.

30 Jun: Safety of staff on the track. C Wheeler and A Nelson Railway Civil Engineers' Association. Tel: (0171) 665 2236.


Kingston-Upon-Thames, 26-27 Jun: Health and safety residential course. J Anderson, AS Delves, D Lamont, P Graddock, R Green. Hotel Antoinette. Tel: 665 2314. Prior booking only.

1 Jul: How to pass the chartered professional review. Half day meeting. HM Steels, PJ Paker and M Mistry. ICE. Tel: (0171) 665 2159.


2 Jul: Students and graduate members buffet lunch with the President at 12pm at Gt George Street on 2 July as part of London association's Presidential visit. Booking essential. (Tel Joanna Holland: (0171) 665 2159.

3 Jul: Association annual dinner to be held at the soon to be opened Canada Water Jubilee Line station. Contact David Hattersley, tel: (0181) 504 8263.


Northumbria, 25 Jun: NGG seminar. Piling in glacial soils. Tel: (0191) 222 6888.

North Western

Information on the Internet at

Warrington. 26 Jun: AGM. 6pm. Peninsula Barracks, O'Leary Street. Contact Mike Charter, tel: (01925) 828 987.

Thames Valley

Reading. Time management. Dennis Beard. 6.30pm. Town Hall. Contact: Ian Ross, tel: (0118) 9635 000.

ICEnet - the Institution on the Internet - at

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