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A Lancashire and Cheshire branch

At a highly successful meeting of local members and others interested, held in the Lecture Hall of the Engineering Department at Victoria University, Manchester, on Saturday, November 25, 1922, it was unanimously resolved to petition the Council for the formation of a Branch of the Institution of Structural Engineers, to be known as "The Lancashire and Cheshire Branch."