July 2017
Women's Engineering Society eNewsletter
Welcome to the July edition of the WES newsletter! 

In this month's newsletter we have some of the highlights from International Women in Engineering Day #INWED17 #MenAsAllies, as well as updates on WES, upcoming events, job postings and news from our partners. 

Job listings are found in the WES Jobs section below or you can click here.  

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WES Updates and Events
INWED17

Thank you to all our partners and everyone that took part in the International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) celebrations on 23 June. It was a fantastic day with some brilliant events around the globe including Uganda, Canada, Spain and Peru. WES events included a Breakfast Roundtable (in partnership with Colas and hosted by Mims Davies, MP) and Afternoon Tea where we celebrated with the WE50 (Top 50 Women in Engineering under 35 in partnership with the Telegraph). 

Have you read the latest issue of the The Woman Engineer journal?

WES Appoint Centenary Project Manager

Ceryl Evans has joined WES as Centenary Project Manager.

Ceryl joins WES on 17 July 2017 to manage the projects and strands of WES2019, including the Centenary Heritage Trail and 100for100 projects. Ceryl has a wealth of experience in managing complex projects in the heritage area and has most recently been Director of the Capability Brown Festival. This includes working with heritage organisations such as the Heritage Lottery Fund - all valuable experience for WES.
WES Student Conference

Engineering Inspiration: WES Student Conference 2017  will take place on 24 and 25 November at Conference Aston in Birmingham. 

For block bookings, or to find out more about exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, contact events@wes.org.uk.
WES Student Groups Meeting

WES Student Groups were invited to meet at UCL in London on Wednesday 28th June. The meeting was attended by WES CEO Kirsten Bodley, President Benita Mehra, Office Manager Cath Heslop and Universities and Student Groups Liaison Jo Douglas.

To begin with Jo and Kirsten introduced WES to the group, discussing the history of WES and WES Student Groups, as well as talking about what WES are doing today and their plans for the centenary. The group then heard about the very successful careers fair organised by Loughborough University and the volunteering trip to Rwanda that University of Glasgow arranged. Then the student groups discussed how WES can best support them and what changes they would like to see at the WES student conferences. Overall the meeting was very productive, and all of us at WES can't wait to see what the student groups get up to next year!
WES Young Members' Board

What the YMB got up during INWED 2017! 

The YMB were involved in a variety of activities either in their respective businesses or outwith, here are some of the things we got up to and our feelings on INWED.... 

Caroline (SSE) took part in a SSE produced video aiming to bust some of the myths associated with women in engineering which launched on INWED. She also sat on a panel at the SSE headquarters in Perth where she and some of her colleagues (male and female) answered questions and networked with pupils from local schools. 

Maeve (Instron) attended the Instron coffee morning which was held at their European headquarters and was attended by over 80 employees. They played a fun game of 'Guess the Inventor' where we asked participants to match the inventor with the invention. Inventions included Instron products, allowing the work of female engineers at Instron to be recognised, but it also included inventions that changed the world. Did you know that a woman invented computer programming?  
Maeve said... I love how INWED provides the opportunity to get people talking about the gender diversity gap in engineering, the day is so important!  

Jo (Smallpiece Trust) did a radio interview for BBC Leicester. The 
presenter started by asking listeners to think of an engineer in their head, what they are wearing, what are they holding, and then can you give HIM a name... and therein lies the problem! They chatted about perceptions/misconceptions of engineering, how the problems start at school with STEM subjects being less "sexy", and if it's a career that someone could retrain for later in life. 
Jo says... It's great to challenge peoples perceptions about engineering, and INWED is a brilliant platform to attract more attention to this!  

Yasmin (EDF) started off by giving a talk about INWED and WES at Cundall, an engineering consultancy. She then dashed off to the IMechE to fight for my place on a boat sailing away from the apocalypse. She had to convince a group of school students, and the webinar audience, that my engineering skills were more useful in our new world than the skills of the 5 engineers sat around me. Unfortunately, Yasmin didn't survive, but she did go on to have a great afternoon tea at the announcement of the Telegraph Top 50 Women in Engineering under 35 at the ICE. 
Yasmin said.... 'I didn't survive the apocalypse, but I did teach young people about energy! 

Holly (Scottish Power) helped organise 3 breakfast networking events that ran simultaneously across the UK at different Scottish Power locations. Each of the events was attended by employees with a variety of skill types and at different career stages as well as a mixture of males and females. Holly spoke at the Glasgow and gave an overview on WES and INWED to the 80 attendees.
Holly said... INWED allowed men and women from across different businesses and locations to have some in depth discussions on diversity, share best practice and identify areas where we all could improve. 

We have some new faces on the YMB! 

The YMB are excited to announce that we have 3 new members; Kirsty McDermott from National Grid, Deborah Harris from Rolls Royce, and Laura Davies from Altran UK. We received over 40 applications of very high standard and would like to thank everyone who took the time to apply for a position on the board. The YMB would also like to thank Emma England, Emma Herbert and Sharon Ross for their contribution to WES during their time on the board.
WES Heart of England Cluster

Visit to RSC Scenic Workshops 27 June 2017

Seven WES members (and daughters) enjoyed an informative visit to the Royal Shakespeare Company scenic workshops in Stratford on Avon.

Kindly hosted by Gilly Leefe, the tour began in the drawing office where scale models of the designer's concept are converted into drawings which are brought to life in the workshops. We also visited the props storage area (including 'dead bodies' and alligators), the scenic workshop (carpentry), scenic art workshop (where they paint the set),  property workshop(where they make "props", including an automated baby and where they are creating a bespoke forklift truck for a future production), the scenic engineering workshop (metal fabrication), and finally Gilly's domain of control systems engineering for props, sets, doors and trapdoors. 

Gilly's knowledge and enthusiasm were impressive - many thanks to her for the visit.
WES Herts & Beds Cluster

Women's Networks and Discussions Guest Speaker and Calibration Engineer from Bosch, Veronica Perez, attended this month's cluster meeting to share her experience on women's networks, including the history of 'women@bosch'. 

At the University of Hertfordshire where the talk was based, the information Veronica shared was invaluable and provided our members with a key insight into forming their own network groups and the challenges faced. With a good location and close-networking, conversation was soon flowing! 

WES Herts & Beds Cluster look forward to repeat events! For any future details on the WES Herts & Beds cluster events please see our Facebook page!
WES Surrey and Sussex Cluster

It has been a busy month for the WES Surrey and Sussex cluster supporting the following events:

Atkins breakfast meeting with local teachers: open discussion on how we can work collectively to better support local schools. Atkins has an amazing facility in their new STEM lab that is open to local schools and youth groups. 


INTECSEA WorleyParsons INWED lunch: 
Increasing the profile of our female engineers and getting the company talking about some of the challenges faced in increasing our numbers beyond the 9%. 


Rosebery School Epsom: INWED Day event with year 7 8 and 9; A great opportunity for the girls to learn more about the different types of Engineering careers available to them by talking in small groups to female engineers.

Big Bang Fair South East: Over 9,500 school children visited the event that was orgainsed by Surrey and Sussex STEM.
MentorSET

Do you have what it takes to be a good Mentor?

Mentoring provides development opportunities for mentors as well as great personal satisfaction. Being a mentor can improve your leadership skills and enable you to learn from alternative approaches and different ways of thinking. It can be challenging, inspiring and enlightening.

Do you wonder if you would be a good mentor?
  • Are you willing to help a woman develop and achieve success?
  • Are you prepared to invest time and effort?
  • Are you a good listener and able to encourage others?
  • Are you interested in challenging and helping someone to reach further?
  • Are you willing to share your personal knowledge and experiences?
  • Can you keep matters confidential?
If this sounds like you, put yourself forward as a mentor with MentorSET. Visit the MentorSET website  for more details or email mentorset@wes.org.uk.
Upcoming WES Events
  • WES AGM  14 October 2017, Manchester
  • Engineering Inspiration: WES Student Conference  24-25 November 2017, Birmingham
  • WES Caroline Haslett Lecture  Date and location to be confirmed.
WES Jobs
Volunteer Roles  
Vacancies


International Women in Engineering Day 2017 (INWED17) 

Bombardier Transportation INWED17 Event Group Shot.
Attendees watching a presentation at the Women in Engineering Museum Late INWED17 event
Attendees watching a presentation at the Women in Engineering Museum Late INWED17 event.

2017 marked the first worldwide celebration of INWED and we are delighted to say that it was a roaring success! We have had almost 200 events registered with us from across the globe. Events ranged from webinars and careers fairs to Lego challenges and private screenings of the film 'Hidden Figures'. We have had organisations from Australia to Canada and from Mauritus to Zambia record events with us, and of course WES has taken part in some high-profile events. These include a stall at the London Transport Museum Late, a Breakfast Meeting at the Houses of Parliament and an Afternoon Tea event for the winners of the top 50 women in engineering under 35 (WE50). To see the full list of events registered with us, click here

People were also hugely active on social media. Our Thunderclap reached over a million people and the official hashtag #INWED17 was trending all day, reaching the number 2 spot in the UK. People were Tweeting from across the World, posting pictures, videos, and articles, and we must give recognition to NASA and their female engineers, who were extremely proactive on social media throughout the day. You can see some of the top Twitter action on our Storify feed

INWED17 also gained recognition throughout the press, including being picked up by NBC News amongst others. You can see links to all the articles we have collated here. Many organisations also posted blogs and profiles on their female engineers. These can be found in the Blog section of our website, here. You can also find event images and videos created for the celebration at inwed.org.uk.

Finally, we must once again say a huge thank you to our sponsors, without whom we would be unable to coordinate the day. Their support, including the events they hold to promote the day, is invaluable and enables us to grow INWED year on year. To find out more about INWED17 sponsors, click here.

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NASA Engineers supporting INWED17 on Twitter.
INWED17 Event. Metro Vancouver
INWED17 Event. Metro Vancouver.
INWED17 Event. Institute of Public Works Engineers Australasia _IPWEA_ NZ
INWED17 Event. Institute of Public Works Engineers Australasia (IPWEA) NZ.
INWED 2017 Afternoon Tea 

On 23 June at One Great George Street in London, WES held an afternoon tea event to celebrate INWED17 and the achievements of the  Top 50 Women in Engineering under 35 (WE50). The list, compiled by the Telegraph in collaboration with WES, features the UK's top rising female stars of engineering chosen from more than 500 nominations. Profiles of the 50 winners were published in the Telegraph in a  supplement.

The event, attended by nearly 150 people from across the engineering sector, was a resounding success. Professor Dame Ann Dowling presented an inspiring keynote speech, highlighting the importance of mentoring in supporting women engineers. Photos of the event can be seen here
#INWED17 

On the 23 June 2017 the hashtag #INWED17 was pipped at the post by #BringYourDogToWorkDay. Many variations of the hashtag were being used including #IWED, #INWED, #IWED17, #WomenInEngineeringDay.

Upcoming Events
World's Top 50 Innovators from the Industries of the Future 

27 - 29 September 2017  [Full price £595-£295; to receive a 20% discount add the special discount code CDXSCE  at the check out. ]
BT Auditorium, London

VICTOR HUGO once famously remarked: "No power on earth can resist an idea whose time has come".

Since the Industrial Revolution, technology has played a unique role in powering growth and transforming economies. Catalysed by the internet, the pace of technological change and scientific progress is accelerating, creating the new industries of the future.

We are inviting the scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and visionaries who are building the "Industries of the Future", to better understand where new wealth will be created, whilst also examining the impact on the economy and society.

The format will be a series of Codex Talks. A Codex Talk is a concise 15 minute presentation from a speaker with the aim of answering a set question related to their industry or technology area. After 15 minutes, the speaker will be asked to make a bold prediction about their industry. For the benefits of the live audience, a Q&A will take place overseen by a moderator with all the speakers in the session.

A Codex Talk will give the audience something they can walk away with: valuable insights, actionable information, fresh perspectives, and renewed optimism.

'The World's Top 50 Innovators from the Industries of the Future' series is to be staged by Codex, International Business Leaders Network and WES is an Event Partner.
ABI.London Summer Codeathon using Google Assistant Actions

July 22, 2017 · 9:30 am - 5:00 pm [Free REGISTER]
UCL's Institute of Education, London 

ABI.London invites you to participate in our summer codeathon taking place on the Saturday 22nd of July 2017. This is open to coders and enthusiasts of all levels and refreshments will be provided.

The theme is "Challenge and Create" and we'll gather to brainstorm and prototype some interesting solutions using Google's new Google Assistant Actions API.

Further information and register online here.
Engineering Open House event

Friday 28 July
STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harrell Oxford, Didcot

RAL are running this event with their partners Diamond Light Source and the Institute for Engineering and Technology. Engineers are incredibly important at RAL and all of their experiments rely on their knowledge and expertise. The day will start at 09:30 and finish by 13:00, with an engineering fair, with lots of hands-on demonstrations and activities, and the chance to talk to some of the engineers. There will then be a talk about engineering the Square Kilometre Array, which will be the world's biggest radio telescope, followed by tours of some of the facilities to see how engineering is helping people around the world. Tours will be going behind the scenes at facilities including the particle accelerators Diamond Light Source and the ISIS Neutron and Muon Source, the 3D printers in their Metrology Lab, RAL Space's Precision Development Facility and their Scientific Computing Department.

More News
2017 Women in STEM Research Survey;
Bridging the Gender Gap

WES have partnered with Forward Ladies to create the survey and are inviting Female STEM employees to participate in the nationwide Women in STEM Research Survey. 

By answering the survey you will not only be able to give your a voice/opinion on the key issues which surround careers in STEM for women, but the results will be crucial in helping STEM employers move forward in creating more diverse, inclusive (and crucially) and prosperous workplace environments. 

To participate and provide your feedback on many of the issues surrounding STEM workplace diversity, please find the link to the online survey here

Participation can be anonymous and the survey will take no longer than 30 minutes. Closing date 25 August 2017. You can also receive a copy of the findings/report when it launches in September. 
GLA ESF Funding Opportunity: ESF Digital Talent

The Greater London Authority is pleased to announce the release of its Digital Skills Training ESF project funding opportunity.

Digital Skills Training aims to equip unemployed and 'at risk' young Londoners for employment in London's increasingly digital economy. This funding will support new digital training opportunities that help young people aged 16-24 years old move into sustained employment, education or training and will help plug a growing talent gap in digital, technology and creative entry-level occupations with diverse, 'home-grown' talent.  The suite of documents required by potential delivery partners in order to submit an application  can be found here.

The submission deadline for the project application is 5pm, 28 July 2017.
2017 Women of the Future Awards

Nominations for the 2017 Women of the Future Awards, in association with Aviva, are now open!

The Women of the Future Awards are the platform for successful young women in Britain. Now in their twelfth year, the awards continue to unearth and recognise the inspirational stars of tomorrow across diverse sectors.

Their alumni are a remarkable, informal community of women determined not only to build professional and personal relationships with one another, but to be advocates for an exciting new generation of talent.

The entry deadline is September 8 and this year's Awards will be presented on November 15 at the London Hilton on Park Lane. 

Jaguar Land Rover and Gorillaz Seek New Engineering Talent Via Alternative Reality

This month Jaguar Land Rover took their partnership with the band Gorillaz one step further by recruiting Noodle, the band's drummer to find the next generation of automotive talent. 

The "Gorillaz App" now features Noodle's Garage where the user is invited into a mixed reality world to break a number of coding challenges. The app is part of an ambitious recruitment drive and hopes to fill 1000 jobs by fast tracking successful participants through to an interview. The change in approach is in response to the rapidly changing industry which is facing a critical skills shortage. 

Gamifying the application process hopes to inject an element of fun to fully capture the joy of problem solving and the persistence required to complete a challenge.  The app is available from the app store or google play.
Join the Conversation

Katherine Cecil is conducting a social justice research project exploring (in)visibility, (in)equity and access to STEM from the perspective of Black women active in STEM. She is currently reaching out to women of African and Caribbean decent who are active in STEM to see if they would like to have a conversation with her about their experiences. Conversations usually last around 30 to 90 minutes.

Katherine is a PhD candidate based in the Department of Science and Technology Studies at University College London. Her research aims to provide a space where resources can be developed, revised, and shared so as to collectively build strategies for survival, resistance and transformation within the STEM community for people from all marginalised groups.

The research is explained in more detail and you can Join the Conversation here.
Celebration of International Women in Engineering Day at King Edward VII School 

On Friday 23 July, King Edward VII School Sheffield hosted an exciting event for 75 female Y7-Y9 students from across South Yorkshire to meet female experts in the fields of Computer Science 
and Engineering, to celebrate International Women in Engineering Day 2017. The event was organised by non-profit social enterprise Gaia Innovation and was sponsored by ARM UK, the world's leader in semiconductor Intellectual Property. 

The day began with keynote speeches from three professionals holding very different roles in engineering. Antony Harris, Engineering Director at ARM UK, opened the event with a talk about ARM and the importance of gender balance in the engineering sector. This was followed by an inspiring speech from Andrea Catlow, a Finalist in this year's First Women Awards and the Site Operations Director at Frontier Pitts, the leading British manufacturer of blockers, barriers and gates. The girls particularly enjoyed Andrea's personal career story, and hearing about how she does not compromise her femininity whilst working in a stereotypically make role, choosing to combine her hard hat and steel capped boots with dresses and painted finger nails. Finally a different perspective was offered by Maha Kahn, Graduate Energy Consultant at ARUP, a multinational professional services firm. Maha encouraged the girls to have the courage to follow their passion and study the subjects and pursue careers in areas that truly interested them, rather than conforming to any female stereotypes. 

A lively Career Speed Networking event then enabled the students to engage in small groups with fourteen female business professionals and academics, and ask them questions about their careers, the rewards available and what they enjoy most about their jobs. Many of these volunteers were Women in Engineering Society (WES) ambassadors. 

Students also took part in fun hands-on engineering activities such as building solar powered cars, engaging with robotics and using coding to locate resources on their 'Mission to Mars'. All the participants reported that the day had increased their knowledge of careers in engineering and computer science.
Pentaxia supports INWED17 

To mark International Women in Engineering Day on 23 June 2017, Derby-based composites manufacturer Pentaxia launched a social media campaign, titled #GoForIt, to help encourage girls and women to pursue careers in engineering.

Project engineer Grace Atkinson, design engineer Kenzie Myers and composite laminator Maria Parkes pioneered the campaign showcasing their career highlights and sharing their advice in blogs and on Twitter throughout International Women in Engineering Day.
Cranfield and Boeing inspire female students to 'Aim High' for International Women in Engineering Day

In support of International Women in Engineering Day, Cranfield teamed up with Boeing and other industry partners to host 'Aim High' on the 29 June 2017, an engineering careers showcase for young female students.

Girls aged 12 to 17 from local schools, including Samuel Whitbread Academy, Bedford Girls School and Holywell Middle School, visited the University to meet researchers, academics and students as well as members of industry including Boeing, Marshalls Aerospace and Defence Group, Renault F1 sports team and Mott MacDonald.
Interactive workshops focused on careers as diverse as space, cyber security, drones, flight dynamics, advanced motorsport, energy systems and manufacturing. The professionals provided information about why working in engineering is a great career, explaining how they got to where they are and providing advice 'to my 14-year-old self'.

Tours were conducted to the University's engineering research areas including the Intelligent Mobility Engineering Centre, where pupils experienced Formula 1 simulators, and the Safety and Accident Investigation laboratory, where the University's work in aviation safety was awarded a Queen's Anniversary Prize in 2011.

Later in the day, a panel discussion and industry networking event explored: 'What industry could do to recruit and retain more women engineers'. Speakers included representatives from Virgin Atlantic, the Government's Air Accident Investigation Board, Boeing and GKN Aerospace.
Women in RACHP Day at Cool Concerns

On Friday 23 June 2017 to coincide with International Women in Engineering Day Cool Concerns hosted a Women in RACHP (Refrigeration Air Conditioning Heat Pumps) career development event for 15 women who work in various roles within our industry. More details here.
Ultimate STEM Challenge is back! Can your students help build a more sustainable future? 

Now in its fourth year, BP's Ultimate STEM Challenge is back! In partnership with the Science Museum and STEM Learning, BP is inviting UK students aged 11 to 14 to use their STEM skills to help reduce our impact on the environment and create a more sustainable future. 

By exploring the practical uses of science, the challenges are designed to inspire young people to consider careers in STEM. Choose from three new challenges on the theme of My Sustainable Future: Handy Hydro, Parched Plants and Brilliant Biogas

The deadline for entries is January 12th 2018, with winners receiving an Ultimate STEM experience day, £500 to spend on science equipment or field trips, and Science Museum goody bags! 

For full details on the competition, access to STEM Ambassadors and to download the free Challenge resources, please   visit the website .
Promoting girls in engineering

Engineering students Nia Schell, Demi York, Imogen Varga, Kathryn Papadakis and Yasmin Loveland all from Denbigh School Milton Keynes have been awarded England Champions at the Land Rover 4x4 in Schools Technology Challenge UK Final to design and build a remote controlled car, and have secured a place at the world finals in Abu Dhabi in December.

The Epsilon Engineers - the only all-girl team at the event - were the best performing group in the competition, dominating their rivals to win altogether 5 awards and beating stereotypes in a male-dominated industry. 

The 6th form students meet weekly with engineering mentors Jane Harbige, Raluca-Mihaela Babi and Stephen de Caen from Milton Keynes based Niftylift Ltd, a manufacturer and global exporter of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms, who have provided the team with invaluable insight into the engineering industry and sponsorship support. 

The Epsilon Engineers are now looking for further sponsorship to get them to Abu Dhabi. You can follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
WES Partners News
WES would like to thank the following partners renewing their partnerships with us for another year:
Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) which renews as a Not for Profit Partner, together with RAF College Cranwell , which renews as a Company Partner.
We would like to thank all our Partners for their continuing support of WES.

WES' activity and attendance at external events 
JUNE - JULY:
  • 17 June, Open University Women in Engineering Student Conference, Dawn Bonfield spoke and represented WES
  • 19 June, Project Sculpture for the four plinths of the Waterloo Bridge (the Ladies Bridge), Betty McCarthy and Dawn Bonfield attended the ideas generating event
  • 19 June Benita Mehra was interviewed by half a dozen radio channels on the novel way of recruiting software engineers used by JLR through the use of an app and  Gorillaz - cracking a challenge in 24 hrs 
  • 21 June, Great British Women in the Car Industry, Twickenham, attended by Benita Mehra
  • 22 June, SSE INWED17 event, Perth, Scotland: premier of video, Q&A panel, attended by Nina Baker 
  • 22 June, Arcadis INWED event, London, Francesca Donadoni spoke about best practice and encouraged engagement with WES activities 
  • 22 June, NCE awards, attended by Benita Mehra
  • 23 June, International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) 
  • 23 June, IET HR Conference, Birmingham, WES stand run by Alison Hodge, Dawn Bonfield and Estelle Rowe
  • 23 June, London Transport Museum's INWED Open Evening event at Covent Garden, London, Sarah Peers delivered a keynote speech 
  • 26 June, BEIS INWED event, London, Betty Bonnardel-Azzarelli was a panelist
  • 28 June, WES Student Group meeting was held at the UCL, London
  • 1 July, WES Council meeting was held at the UCL, London
  • 3 July, BAE Systems Inspiring Inclusive Engineering, Farnborough, attended by Kirsten Bodley
  • 5 July, WES Partners Meeting was held at the Royal Academy of Engineering, London
  • 5th July, Benita Mehra had a meeting with Army on increasing diversity in their current cohort 
  • 6 July, BP Insight Day, attended by Kirsten Bodley
  • 13 July, Fisita Plus, London, 2 members attended with sponsored WES places
  • 12 July, STAT Annual Report 'Transport infrastructure skills strategy: one year on' launch event, attended by Kirsten Bodley 
  • 13 July, Apprenticeships 4 England Conference on Diversity, Equality and Inclusion, at Welcome Centre, Coventry - Sarah Peers spoke on "The Gender Gap in STEM Apprenticeships
  • 13 July, Women in Aerospace in UK, Cornwall, attended by Roseni Dearden
  • 14 July, Royal International Air Tattoo (Northrop Grumman), attended by Kirsten Bodley and Benita Mehra 
EVENTS COMING UP:
  • 18 July, Worshipful Company of Engineers Awards dinner, to be attended by Kirsten Bodley  
  • 19 July, Women and Work APPG: Putting disability first - skills, qualifications and the industrial age
  • 27 July, DE&S Professional Engineering, Bristol, to be attended by Betty Bonnardel-Azzarelli
  • 4 August, Meeting of the WES Young Members' Board (YMB) will be held in Luton
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