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The first 75th Anniversary function held out-of-house was the Thanksgiving Service at Sr. Lawrence Jewry on 24 November 1983, followed by a Reception at the Guildhall. Nearly 300 members and guests attended the Service and heard the follo wing address by Dr. George Geddes, CBE, FEng (Past President)

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