Plant & Works Engineering
Countdown to WES Lottie Tour

In just a few days, volunteers from the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) will once again be posting photos of Lottie at work for WES Lottie Tour during Tomorrow’s Engineers Week (2 – 6 November 2020) to show the huge range of careers available in engineering. During the week, volunteers will post photos on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn with the hashtag #WESLottieTour.

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As a consequence of the Government’s recent announcement to the delay of events taking place from October 2020, and the continued uncertainty and local lockdowns, DFA Media, organiser of Plant & Asset Management Exhibition and co-located shows, has announced the event has been rescheduled for 5th - 7th April 2022, which will take place alongside MACH Exhibition. The co-location of events include:

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