2018 News Archive

Medieval charity mentors future engineers

The Rochester Bridge Trust is pleased to sponsor a trio of new school pupils considered to be promising engineers of the future. Selected through the Arkwright scheme, the three teenagers …

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Free engineering activities for primary schools

School groups are being invited to take part in free, hosted activities to inspire their interest in local history and engineering. In December, the Rochester Bridge Trust is moving its …

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Generations of engineering celebrated in day of activities

TV star Rob Bell rounded off a packed day of activities hosted by the Rochester Bridge Trust and the Royal Engineers Museum. Organised as part of the national Year of …

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Why do we need STEM clubs?

The engineering and science industries are a vital element of the UK economy, meaning skills shortages in the STEM sectors represent a real threat to the UK’s capacity for growth. …

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It’s good to have plans in toys

Curiosity and an interest in how things work are often cited as indicators of a potential future engineer. Creativity can also be good for coming up with new ways to …

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Engineering expert helps create children’s book

Children will soon have another way to be inspired to become engineers, with the publication of a book created with the help of the Chief Executive of the Rochester Bridge …

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