The Civil Engineers' Club
The Civil Engineers' Club exists to promote social and sporting activities amongst Civil Engineers and their families.
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On Friday, we hope to have a meal at 7.30pm at the Tree House Restaurant, Alnwick Garden (now officially the largest treehouse in the world).
On Saturday we plan to have a meal at the Craster Seafood Restaurant at 7.30pm. Carpark Quarry at Craster. The quarry used to supply kerbstones to London.
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Note: mobile reception is poor around Craster.
Walkers are reminded that they walk at their own risk.
Meeting point: Outside the Jolly Fisherman Craster at 10.00am.
Morning - Northern loop coastal walk from Craster which includes Dunstanburgh Castle (English Heritage) and the remains of a WW2 radar station. Approx. 4.8 miles.
Afternoon - Southern loop with a tea break at Howick Hall approx. 4.2 miles.
The Jolly Fisherman in Craster Distance: 9 miles, some moderate hills with great views. Could be muddy in places. Walking boots recommended.
Starting at 10am from Kirknewton, Cheviots (Approx. 24 miles from Alnwick) the circular walk from Kirknewton starts from the church and follows the contour of the lower slopes of West Hill, before joining St Cuthbert’s Way for a short distance.
It then climbs the steep south western side of the conical shaped hill up to the ramparts of the Iron Age hillfort. Upon descending to Old Yeavering on the way back to Kirknewton, the route passes by the remains of the Iron Age hillfort.
The Tankerville Arms in Eglingham Distance: 7 miles. Walking boots recommended. Accommodation: Alnwick suggest: The Hogs Head.
The Gosforth Depot project is a staged demolition of the existing Victorian-era depot and the construction of a new state-of-the-art facility that will service and maintain new rolling stock over the next 35 years.
Join the ICE Manchester branch for a guided tour of the Peak Forest Canal with engineering highlights along the way.
Dr Clive Walmsley will provide an insight CoP26 and reflections on its outcome, principally from a Welsh perspective. In the run up to CoP focus was on climate change, six months later, what impetus has it provided, and how has it influenced our policy and action?