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Subject: General Public Access Day at STFC
I am pleased to announce the date for our next General Public Access Day is Tuesday 27th September 2011.
The event will start at 10am and finish at 3pm.
You will have a choice of which tours you go on from the list below. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis and are subject to change. Please indicate your 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice.
A break for lunch (not provided) has been scheduled into your visit and the opportunity to visit our new Hands on zone.
- Tour 1 – ISIS, e-Science and ASTRA Gemini
- Tour 2 – Particle Physics, RAL Space and Lasers for Science
- Tour 3 – Technology, Target Fabrication, Vulcan Control Room and ISIC
Further details on each of these departments can be found on our website – www.stfc.ac.uk
Some of the areas you may visit are classified radiation areas so please can I ask you to read the attached information before signing up for any of the tours.
The closing date for reservations is Tuesday 13th September applications after this date will NOT be accepted.
Me too, add me to the list please.
Am I being shunned? ;) my name is on there too!
On 27/07/2011 14:06, Philip McGaw wrote:
> I would Love to go again, but I don't think I have acquired enough TOIL
> to escape :(
> For those of you who haven't seen what RAL looks like; well its awsome!
> photos from the last trip are up on my site at
> Philip McGaw
> Phi...@McGaw.eu <mailto:Phi...@McGaw.eu>
I am writing to give you all the details for your visit to RAL on Tuesday 27th September for the General Public Access Day.
I have six places reserved for: Nigel Worsley, Martin King, Kate Oliver, Tim Storey, Kieran Kunhya and Seth Kneller.
Please be at STFC for 10:00 hrs
You will be visiting PPD, ISIS and LSF.
As you are visiting ISIS I am obliged to tell you about the health and safety guidelines for this area as it is a classified radiation area.
- Please do not enter if any of the following apply to yourself: under 16, pregnant, have a pacemaker or hearing aid, suffer from vertigo, unable to stand for long periods of time, have difficulty climbing stairs and waling for up to two hours.
If you would like more information about what you are seeing please visit:
Attached is a word document explaining how to get to us, a map of where you are to park etc. Please take a moment to read through this.