December 2016 Open Day – Photos

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National Grid donates bicycles to local environmental charity

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National Grid and their contractor Balfour Beatty have donated 20 bicycles to the Selby Trust in Tottenham, ensuring that they enjoy a new lease of life within the local community for years to come. The bikes had seen their service...
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LPT Community Clear Up Day

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Volunteers from National Grid have spent a day helping to improve the local environment near to their London Power Tunnels project headquarters on Channel Gate Road in Willesden. Working with The Island Triangle Residents’ Association (TITRA), a group that represents...
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National Grid holds road safety event at Our Lady’s Primary School

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National Grid has held an outdoor event for pupils in Camden to teach them about the importance of road safety. An enormous heavy goods vehicle (HGV) was driven into the school’s playground, with a National Grid instructor providing 10-11 year...
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Electric Avenue: National Grid hosts a MAD Science day at Montem Primary School

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National Grid is delighted to have visited Montem Primary School in Islington, on Friday 9th October, to host a MAD Science workshop to teach their pupils all about electricity. During the workshop, pupils were introduced to their very own MAD...
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London Power Tunnels: Transformer Delivery to new Highbury Substation

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On Sunday 25 October an electricity transformer, the size of a large truck will be delivered to National Grid’s new Highbury Substation, on Seven Sisters Road, Islington. This very large piece of electrical equipment was built in Germany and arrived...
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Rising to The Challenge: National Grid teams up with community charities

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This summer, National Grid teamed up with The Challenge to help deliver the National Citizen Service (NCS) programme. The Challenge looks to connect and inspire young people to strengthen their community links and develop their understanding of industry. National Grid hosted numerous groups of 15-17 year-olds...
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Pocket park life: London Power Tunnels team consolidate community outreach in Hackney

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• Bug Hotel one of new attractions at blooming Pocket Park in Daubeney Road • National Grid and contractors Costain-Skanska JV (CSJV) work with local community together to create vibrant ‘Pocket Park’ • Park lauded at festival and exhibition National...
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Happy anniversary: MP Meg Hillier joins celebrations as City Year UK and National Grid mark five years of helping young talent blossom in London

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City Year UK supports children from disadvantaged areas to excel at school Launched in London in 2010, City Year UK has expanded to Birmingham and will launch in Manchester this September National Grid has supported City Year UK since it...
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Official Opening: Photos

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The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall open London’s new £1bn energy superhighway

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The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visit National Grid’s flagship London Power Tunnelsproject​ 32km of tunnels carry 200km of electricity cables deep beneath the city streets Seven year project to rewire the capital will meet growing demand and keep Londoners connected to safe and reliable supplies...
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London pupils become scientists for a day – sparking an interest to last a lifetime

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On Friday 17th March, 285 primary school pupils from across London became scientists for the day at a special festival aimed at sparking children’s interest in STEM. It was an opportunity to celebrate British Science Week with fun-filled experiments but...
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