Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster currently has a number of active Sector Groups and there are plans for at more to reflect its growing and changing membership. The BECBC Sector Groups are for members only and provide an invaluable forum for businesses to meet others in their industry, to find out about trends and opportunities and to share information and knowledge with potential partners, clients and suppliers.
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Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster meetings are held every month and are a great opportunity to meet other members. Other BECBC events include monthly training workshops, the BECBC Business Awards and other networking events, as well as specialist Sector Group meetings.
Business School Engagement Events enable students to gain a better understanding of the world of work as well as meet local employers who are members of the cluster. The Charity Page signposts you to some local organisations.
Events with blue dates are BECBC events, dark grey member events.
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Lecture - IMechE West Cumbria Area - How to do you maintain an iconic heritage Cathedral Pipe Organ?
Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Technical lecture
25 January 2018 19:00 - 21:00
Status: Limited Spaces
Free to attend
In the 21st Century a major part of our musical heritage from the grand organ builders of the past lies in our Cathedrals, Parish Churches and Town Halls. To ensure this heritage remains viable and fit for purpose requires an array of engineering skills and disciplines to match other major engineering projects in the UK. This lecture gives a unique insight into the world of engineering for a Cathedral Organ - something we take for granted each year as, for example, we listen to Carols from Kings College Cambridge. If it were not for the integration of all the engineering disciplines, training the next generation in specialist engineering systems and solid project management it is a sound that would most likely be lost forever.
Light refreshments (tea/coffee/biscuits) will be available from start of registration at 18:45hrs.
Harrison and Harrison, founded in 1861 and is based in Durham, are makers and restorers of pipe organs including the organ’s in King’s College Cambridge, Westminster Abbey, and St Mary Redcliffe. They also build smaller organs for churches, halls and private houses throughout Britain and abroad.