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Gledhill Management has assisted with promoting a number of high profile events, some on a voluntary basis for charity or for professional institutions.
A major charity fund-raising event in Harpenden run by the Lions Club. GMS managed a high profile campaign including:
Fundraising event for Sue Ryder Care. An open air concert in the grounds of St. Paul's Walden Bury, the home of the Bowes Lyon family. Promotion included:
Organised by East of England Engineering Science & Technology Association (EEESTA).
Eminent speakers, chaired by Sir Bernard Ingham, examined the UK crisis in energy supply at the seminar, 'Energy for the Future', held at the University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield in November 2005. Contributors examined the present and future of the UK's energy needs. Speakers were Kieron McFadyen, Vice President Technical - Europe, Shell Exploration & Production; Dr Robert Hawley, past MD CA Parsons & NEI plc, and CEO Nuclear Electric & British Energy and Dr. Malcolm Kennedy, past Chairman of Parsons Brinkckerhoff.
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Eminent speakers, chaired by Sir Bernard Ingham, examined the UK crisis in energy supply at the free seminar, 'Energy for the Future', held at the University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, on Wednesday 9th November 2005. Contributors examined the present and future of the UK's energy needs.
The event was organised by the Herts & Beds sub-group of the East of England Engineering Science & Technology Association (EEESTA) with support from many professional engineering institutions and other organisations. Three eminent speakers examined the future needs for energy in the UK and the advantages and disadvantages of various sources of energy.
The Auditorium in the de Havilland Campus at the University of Hertfordshire was filled to its 460 capacity and was heavily oversubscribed. The audience was a mix of engineers, surveyors, scientists and interested members of the public.
Topics ranged from more efficient oil and gas extraction, nuclear energy and renewables. Past mistakes were highlighted and proposals for the way forward were made. The urgent need for engineers, scientists, technologists and technicians to carry out the future necessary developments was highlighted and a plea for more qualified engineers was made.
The key speakers were Kieron McFadyen, Vice President Technical - Europe, Shell Exploration & Production; Dr Robert Hawley, Master of the Worshipful Company of Engineers, past Managing Director CA Parsons & NEI plc and past CEO Nuclear Electric & British Energy and Dr Malcolm Kennedy, Chairman of the National Energy action group and adviser to OFGEM/DTI on renewable energy and past Chairman of Parsons Brinckerhoff.
The three speakers and overview of their presentations:
Kieron McFadyen, "Energy for the Future -Issues & Options for UK Energy"
Dr Robert Hawley, "The Nuclear Option"
Dr Malcolm Kennedy, "Britain's Electricity Supply. Here today but where tomorrow?"
The welcome and introduction was given by Professor Tim Wilson, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hertfordshire. The vote of thanks was presented by Sir William Francis, past director Trafalgar House, past president ICE.
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