Dungeness B's first-ever Science Show a mega-success with schools
The chance to control a robot or build a bridge with the Royal Engineers, are not your everyday school activities. But the first-ever Dungeness B Science Show provided the perfect backdrop for inspirational science and engineering tasks for more than 200 local youngsters.
Dungeness B has been undergoing one of its busiest periods of maintenance for many years, with staff and specialist contractors carrying-out a huge amount of technical tasks as part of the ongoing double-reactor outage.
When Ian Harris first started work at Dungeness B, Mary Hopkins was at number one in the charts with “Those were the days”, and England’s football team was basking in the glory of being World Cup winners…