Please find below a list of associated events.
When: 06 July 18:15Where: Youtube Streamed EventSpeaker: Roger French, Retired MD of Brighton & Hove Buses
The Friends of the London Transport Museum will be delighted if CILT members wish to join them at a YouTube streamed webinar “How public transport survived a pandemic” presented by Roger French, on Monday 6th July at 6:15pm.
Roger is well known for his leadership of the highly successful Brighton & Hove Buses and post retirement as a well respected commentator on public transport operations and policies.
Roger starts his presentation with a summary of the optimistic plans for transport that were on the cards in the now far-off days of early 2020. He then succinctly, yet comprehensively, describes how bus and rail transport reacted to the initial impact of the virus and to the devastating effects of lock-down and social distancing on public transport usage and finances. And finally Roger presents his positive vision for a future, in which public transport re-emerges as a clean, environmentally better and safe alternative to private car usage.
All are very welcome to join the premiere at 6.15pm on Monday 6th July by clicking on this link: https://youtu.be/qu9bk54I80w.The ‘live chat’ facility will be open for comments/observations/feedback.
For those that can’t make the “Premiere” the recording will It will also be available at any time in the future to view on You Tube of course.
When: 21 July 2020Where: OnlineSpeaker: Various
We have several speakers joining us for this webinar to discuss strategies for creating Mobility Hubs in Scotland, taking inspiration and learnings from examples in The Netherlands.• CoMo’s work on Mobility Hubs and the rural context - Richard Dilks, CoMo• Challenges of Rural Transport in Scotland – Jenny Milne, JLM• A strategic study for Mobility Hubs in the South East of Scotland - Julie Vinders, SEStran• Mobility Hubs - How to Plan for Success - Martin Courtz, Province of Drenthe• Implementing Mobility Hubs in a rural area - Friso Metz, AdvierThe event will give plenty of time for questions with a panel Q&A session. If you'd like to attend this free event, please hit the link: REGISTER HERE
When: 22 July 12:30 - 20:00Where: West Essex Golf Club, Bury Road, Chingford, London, E4 7QL
Since 2017 this match has been played annually at different golf clubs between teams of 8 from each golf society. The match concludes with a dinner and prize-giving in the Clubhouse.West Essex Golf Club (“The West”) is a members’ golf club in North Chingford, about 10 minutes from the M25. It is a top-rated championship parkland course winding its way through Epping Forest and should provide a challenging venue for this match.Cost: Members £50.00For more information or to book contact Paul Symes directly.The Clubhouse and surrounds have wheelchair access but not on the golf course. Golf buggies are available for hire from the Pro Shop for those with mobility issues.
When: 15 May 2020Where: Northampton CollegeThe Northamptonshire Logistics Forum have recently launched the 2020 Northamptonshire Logistics Awards. Many of you have a logistics function and the awards are about recognising success in the logistics sector in the county. The awards are free to enter and all finalists receive a ticket to the awards dinner on Friday 4th September. Have a look through and enter or nominate a colleague – to find more details visit www.northantslogisticsforum.com Categories:
Application forms and criteria can be found at www.northantslogisticsforum.com Thank you to all of our sponsors – without their support and your support these awards would not happen. We have a few opportunities left for sponsorship so if you or contacts are interested in sponsoring please drop me an email for more details. Good luck & look forward to seeing your entries! Deadline for entries is Monday 22nd June.
When: 06 September - 08 September 15:30 Where:
Tees Reserved from 13:30 (Fulford Golf Club) Prize Giving Approx 15:00 on 08 September (Ganton Golf Club) Group Dinner 19:30- 21:30 07 September(York Golf Club)Our Golf Society annual tour this year takes us to Yorkshire, staying in the York Hilton in the centre of York and playing the famous top-rated courses at Fulford, York (Strensall) and Ganton Golf Clubs. At each Club we will play an 18 hole individual and team stableford competition. The Tour package includes the cost of all golf, 2 nights hotel accommodation, a gala dinner on Monday evening and a snack lunch at Ganton Golf Club before our final prize-giving. The meeting is partly sponsored by Secureseal Systems. In addition to the main competition trophy prizes, there will be guest and other prizes.Our Golf Society Tours, which began in 2001, normally attract a party of 30-36 golfers and have become a very popular feature in our Golf Society programme.Cost: (Includes all Golf, Prizes, 2 nights in hotel, Gala dinner plus one lunch)
For more information or to book contact John WinterThe Clubhouse and surrounds have wheelchair access but not on the golf course. Golf buggies are available for hire from the Pro Shop for those with mobility issues.
When: 22 September 08:00 - 14:30Where: Denham Golf Club, Tilehouse Lane, Denham, Bucks, UB9 5DE
This, our oldest match has been played annually at Denham Golf Club since 1995. It is played by teams of 8 from each society, and is followed by the famous ‘Denham Carvery Lunch’ set in the Dining Hall, surrounded by trophies in this traditional private members’ club. Many warm friendships and business contacts have grown from this popular fixture.Cost: CILT Golf Society Member £50.00For more information or to book contact Paul Symes.The Clubhouse and surrounds have wheelchair access but not on the golf course. Golf buggies are available for hire from the Pro Shop for those with mobility issues.
When: 14 October 08:30 - 18:00Where: Northamptonshire County Golf Club, Golf Lane, Church Brampton, Northants, NN6 8AZ
This meeting includes an 18 hole Stableford golf competition, 3 course dinner and prize-giving. There is an optional 9 hole competition starting at 0830 for those who wish to play more golf. The event will conclude with a 3 course meal and prize-giving. The meeting is partly sponsored by FPS and Artko. Apart from the main competition trophy prizes, there will be guest and other prizes. The County Golf Club (near Northampton) is a top-rated course and an excellent members’ golf club. The CILT Golf Society has held its Summer Meeting at Copt Heath Golf Club since 2014, rating it as another of our favourite events and an ideal opportunity to bring a guest.Cost: Golf Society Member £50.00 Non-Member £60.00 For more information or to book contact Brian Childs.The Clubhouse and surrounds have wheelchair access but not on the golf course. Golf buggies are available for hire from the Pro Shop for those with mobility issues.
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