Image of the Mersey Gateway Bridge via BBC
Chester - Talk about the Mersey Gateway Bridge
This event is in the past.
Alumni and guests are invited to join the Cambridge Society of West Cheshire and North Wales for a talk by Alan Scarisbrick, Mersey Gateway Crossings Board, and Andrea Drewitt, Mersey Gateway Environmental Trust, on The Mersey Gateway Bridge at Chester Museum.
The Mersey Gateway Bridge is a new six-lane toll bridge over the Mersey between the towns of Runcorn and Widnes. The Mersey Gateway Environmental Trust provides innovative environmental management across 1600 hectares around the Upper Mersey Estuary. The talk will cover the construction of the bridge and its environmental impact.
10.30 am - Doors open, Tea or Coffee will be provided in the lecture theatre.
11.15am -12.30pm (approx) - Talk by Ken Pye
1pm - Lunch at Moules A Go-Go
If you would like to attend this event, please complete the form using the link below.
The museum and the restaurant have access for mobility impaired people and a disabled lavatory. There is parking at the castle car park for £5 per day.