Midland Branch – May Meeting

The May meeting was a very interesting presentation on the future of ICorr, by the President, with lots of input and discussions from the branch members.  Whilst the meeting was well attended there is always room for more, especially during a presentation by the institute’s President. The role of the Institute in the day to day corporate environment was discussed, with many far reaching improvements being tabled by Gareth.

In September, the branch is hosting a half day event on the Severn Valley Steam Railway, with tours of the engine house and a ride out on a private ICorr carriage, with food and drinks provided. The event is open to all branch sponsoring companies initially as it is being held to thank them for supporting  Midlands branch, but tickets will be available to purchase for individuals. This promises to be a great networking event, and more details will be available in
due course.

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