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Revert the Recent Changes to Wharf Building

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Recent changes have been made to the composites room in Wharf building, resulting in fewer opportunities for students to gain valuable experience in composite production. These opportunities included the chance to work on a Formula 2 Hovercraft and Juno's current Hypersonic project for Silverstone. This type of experience is an extremely rare thing for a university to offer, and is a great way to advertise to prospective students how good our facilities, staff, and extra-curricular activities at UCLan can be. 1st year students have been given the chance to work on composites as part of Motorsport Club. 2nd year students have also had the chance to contribute towards these projects in their own time, and staff have contributed their own time and money into giving students this level of experience, as well as offering their own expertise in this area. If you agree that these opportunities added value to the course, and you would like to re-introduce them back into Wharf building, please provide your e-signature.

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