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ReHaus (refugee accomodation) update

Freeman Jordan Griffith has let us know the first prototype is complete. It was shared with the offsite show last week in excel where the show organisers allowed us to exhibit to shelter for free.


A selection of quotes from Scholars, Apprentices, Freemen and Liverymen.

I thoroughly enjoyed attending the livery banquet over the summer, and am incredibly grateful for both the financial aid and support that the company has offered and continues to offer me. I am hoping to soon attend a talk on engineering at the House of Lords, having been invited by a member of WCSIM.

I wanted to be part of SIM for a number of reasons: I wanted to support the good work carried out by the Company in promoting STEM (I had been introduced to the company through its support of ‘young engineers’) but I l also like the traditions and the networking.
As a student, membership of the Company has given me access to a wealth of experience and knowledge. I have found it a friendly and supportive environment and the events and presentations have enabled me to pursue my interest in scientific equipment.