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Here you will find details of all ICE committees in the East of England region.
New members are always welcome to join committees and groups. If you're interested, please contact any member of the committees.
The ICE East of England Regional Executive Board manages ICE affairs in the East of England.
The board is made up of the chairmen of the various branches, special interest groups, regional members of council, and representatives on national boards and panels. All members of the board are volunteers and are unpaid for their work with ICE. The chairman, honorary secretary and honorary treasurer are appointed at the East of England Region Annual General Meeting, which usually takes place in October.
It works in partnership with the Regional Support Team (RST), which is staffed by a regional director and regional coordinator.
TThe board, through its county branches and the RST, organises events for ICE members in the East of England.
Our Cambridgeshire branch represents around 650 ICE members. It arranges learned society events, which are usually held in Cambridge.
The branch's main aims include:
The Cambridgeshire Branch welcomes new members to the committee and anyone interested in joining should contact the Joint Chairs, Dongfang Liang, or Nilton Valentim.
Essex is one of the largest of the six East of England branches, representing around 900 members. The committee organises most Essex Branch events and aims to meet bi-monthly in Chelmsford.
The Essex Branch welcomes new members to the committee, and anyone interested in joining should contact the Chair, Alice Ward.
You can keep up to date with what we're up to by following us on social media.
There are around 400 graduate and student members in the Essex region.
We organise events - usually in Chelmsford - to help other students, graduates and members develop their careers and become better engineers.
Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire is largest of the six East of England branches, and represents around 1,800 members. It arranges learned society events which are usually held in St Albans.
The success of the branch's activities depends on the voluntary efforts of its committee, which is why new members are always welcome. If you're interested in joining, please contact the Branch Chair Andy Palmer.
Our Norfolk Branch represents around 450 ICE members, and arranges learned society events which are usually held in Norwich.
The success of the branch's activities depends on the voluntary efforts of the committee, which is why it welcomes new members. If you're interested in joining, please email [email protected].
Our Peterborough branch represents around 400 members and arranges learned society events, which are usually held in Peterborough.
The Peterborough branch's main aims include:
The Peterborough branch welcomes new members to the committee. If you're interested in joining, please email [email protected].
Our Suffolk branch represents around 500 ICE members, and arranges learned society events, which are usually held in Ipswich.
The Suffolk branch's main aims include:
The Suffolk Branch welcomes new members to the committee. If you're interested in joining please contact Ian Henderson, Branch Secretary, at [email protected].
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