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This is the London area group, covering Central London, East London, Harrow, Hammersmith and Teddington. All of our events are free and non-members are welcome. Events normally commence at 7 pm for networking and refreshments, with lectures starting at 7.30 pm sharp.

Consider making some useful contacts, improve your career and join us. All of our events and activities are made possible by the efforts of a our group of volunteers. It takes very little time. If you would like to know more about our committees or would like to be a volunteer for us, please get in touch with any of the volunteer committee.
London, WC2R 0BL
United Kingdom


Title: New for 2018 - IET Volunteer Core Values Awards
It's always good to recognise people for a job well done, especially when they give their services and time for free!
The IET relies on volunteers from around the world to inspire, inform and influence the global engineering community. All our volunteers make an amazing contribution and it’s important to recognise the efforts of those special people who go the extra mile, week after week, so we are delighted to announce a new way to acknowledge their achievements.
Our Volunteer Core Values Awards programme recognises the contribution made by IET volunteers who consistently demonstrate our core values – integrity, excellence and teamwork – through their volunteering activities. So if a particular volunteer (or team of volunteers) has impressed you, please don’t keep it to yourself, because now is the time to take action!
Read more and nominate today [link to]
Nomination closing date: 30 June 2018

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If you’re a frequent user of the Great Northern train line out of Kings Cross then no doubt you’re quite familiar with the sight of Alexandra Palace sitting atop the hill as you trundle past Finsbury park and on your way northwards.    The palace is known for being an outstanding and successful event venue but I wonder how many passing commuters are aware of the part it played in the history and birth of television…? read more...
Posted by Lisa Miles on IET London Network May 11, 2018 12:12 pm BST



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