CILT UK: The Wey and Arun Canal, London’s lost Route to the Sea Business School

Wednesday 18 March 2015
5.45pm - 8pm

This year the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport UK (CILT UK) are hosting the annual maritime themed short seminar at the titled 'The Wey & Arun Canal, London's lost Route to the Sea'.

Who is this for?

Students and staff with an interest in Logistics, transport, systems and management strategies; specifically in Maritime Studies. Students will have the opportunity to meet and network with established members of the profession in an informal environment.

Key Note Speaker

Jim Phillips, Vice Chairman of the Wey & Arun Canal Trust

Jim Phillips served 44 years in the Royal Navy and has taken several courses at what was the Royal Naval College, Greenwich.  Coming come, he will talk about why the Wey & Arun Canal was built in the first place, its days of commercial use and its present restoration to complete, "London's Lost Route to the Sea."  He has been involved in the Wey & Arun Canal Trust since he retired from the Navy.

Times:

Registration is from 5.45pm (refreshments will be available)
Events begins at 6.30pm

When:

Wednesday 18th March 2015

Venue:

University of Greenwich, Park Row, Greenwich SE10 9LS
Queen Anne Building, Room QA063

Fees:

This seminar is free to attend


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For more information please contact:

Business School Events
Tel: 02083319083
Email: BusinessEvents@greenwich.ac.uk