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Southern Branch Meeting 3rd October 2017

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Begins: 10:00am Tuesday 3rd October 2017

Please find attached an invite to the forthcoming APEA Southern Branch Meeting.
 
AUTUMN BRANCH MEETING
TO BE HELD AT DEANWOOD PARK GOLF CLUB, NEWBURY, RG20 8JP (close to J13 of the M4)  
ON TUESDAY 3RD OCTOBER 2017.
 

PROGRAMME

10.00 – 10.25     
Arrival/coffee/tea

10.25 – 10.30
Welcome Address by Phil Monger, Southern Branch Chairman

10.30 – 12.30
Tank Lining Options and Systems: Presentations by Adler and Allan, Eurotank and Tokheim

12.30 – 1.30
Lunch (Please advise if you require a vegetarian option)

1.30 – 2.15
Acetic Acid Corrosion - Franklin Fueling Systems

2.15 - 3.00
Tank Filling & Venting - Risbridger

3.00
Round up and Close of meeting
 
There is a contribution charge of £15 for this meeting for Southern Branch Members, and a charge of £25 for non Branch Members (inclusive of lunch & arrival refreshments) and payable in advance.
 
The committee reserves the right to ask any delegate to leave if their attendance contribution is not paid prior to the Chairman’s address.
 
We can now accept payment by BACS as well as cheque; for details please contact me.
 
Please contact me if you have any questions/queries.
We look forward to seeing you for what promises to be another interesting and informative day.
 
Please e-mail at david@sommers.f9.co.uk me by Monday 25th September 2017 if you wish to attend the meeting.
 
David Sommers - BRANCH SECRETARY
www.apea.org.uk

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