The Retired Professional Engineers' Club

The Retired Professional Engineers' Club (Bristol) was set up in 1994 with the assistance of what was then the local IEE committee. It's intended to further the aims and interests of engineers by arranging regular events for retired professional engineers.

The club's still going strong now, and its events have a social aspect, to encourage both members and their partners to come to all events.  Meetings are normally in St. Peters Church Hall, The Drive, Henleaze, BS9 4LD. Talks start at 1400, with tea and biscuits to follow. Engineers of all disciplines are welcome, whatever their institution, as are visitors.

For more information about the club, see its website at http://www.rpec.co.uk/.
Posted by James Inge on Nov 10, 2012 10:36 AM Europe/London

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