WES Lottie Tour




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Every year the WES Early Careers Board organises a 'Lottie Tour' as a way to capture the interest of a younger engineering audience by showing current engineers 'touring' with Lottie Dolls.

This year the fifth #WESLottieTour takes place during Tomorrow's Engineers Week 2020, to show how varied and exciting it is to work in engineering! In 2018 we had over 150 engineers involved taking photos of Lottie at work, but we’d love this number to grow even more this year! 

Downloadable Lottie Poster

There is a new double-sided downloadable Lottie poster available to help children to learn about engineering. The links below allow you to download each side of the poster as a pdf.

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Download Lottie Poster Side 1 here

Download Lottie Poster Side 2 here


In 2018 Lottie Dolls produced bespoke PPE for WES including hard hats, high vis jackets, safety glasses and lab coats, so Lottie was ready to go on to a site or in to a lab, and we’ll be using this PPE again. WES Early Careers Board is organising the tour and are keen for it grow even more this year. 

Some of our volunteers wrote blogs about their week with Lottie, click on the links below to read them.

Lottie Tour with Anke at IMPACT

Lottie Tour with Zoe at Kier

#LottieTour visits Direct Air

Lottie’s Commercial Manager Work Experience

Lottie's Summer Adventure at the National Composite Centre with Beene M'membe

Lottie's visit to Star Refrigeration with Paralympic Bronze Medallist Aileen Neilson

Lottie's tour of HICSE (Hitachi Information Control Systems Europe Ltd)

Lottie's week at Loughborough University

Lottie's time aboard HMS Queen Elizabeth

You can also read the WES LottieTour 2018 Press Release here.

If you would like to borrow a Lottie Doll from WES for the WES Lottie Tour, please fill out this form

Please use the hashtags #WESLottieTour and #TEWeek20 when posting your photos during Tomorrow’s Engineers week. To see the photos search for these hashtags on social media, and make sure you follow @ECBWES1919 on twitter, @wesymb on Instagram and @WES1919 on Facebook. If you have any questions or need any more information, please email the WES Early Careers Board on ecb@wes.org.uk.