Here’s a quick run down of the itinerary for the next North West Nuclear Forum meeting. If you’re not already a member, why not drop Susan Spibey a line or follow this link to the website for more details. Monday 30 April 2018 11:30h – 13:30h The Centre at Birchwood Park Birchwood Warrington WA3
Atomic Talent are pleased to announce the opening of a new office location in The Genesis Centre, Birchwood Park, at the heart of the UK nuclear sector. Birchwood Park has long been recognised as a centre of excellence in the UK nuclear sector with the industry’s key players and brightest talent situated around the park.
The February BECBC meeting will be on Wednesday the 7th February at Energus, Workington. Click this link for more details on becoming a member and how you can become involved with this outstanding business group. Wednesday 7 February 2018 9.00am Coffee and networking 9.30am Monthly Member Meeting 12.45pm Close (latest) This meeting will be at Energus.
The next date for the North West Nuclear Forum is going to be Monday the 20th November at The Centre at Birchwood Park, Warrington. If you’re involved in the Nuclear sector or have an interest in it then this is a great place to meet and network with like-minded people. Click here to link through
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