• The Peake Medal
    The Noel E Webster medal was introduced in 1979 to be awarded on an annual basis for what was in the opinion of the Council the best paper presented to the Midland Institute of Mining Engineers at any General or Branch meeting during the previous year. Major Webster had a long and distinguished career. After service in 1914-1918 war, he became a Colliery Manager, later setting up his own company involved mainly in strata control and subsidence, and also developing wide interests in general industry. During his period as Treasurer of the Midland Institute, the Institute’s finances were put on a very sound basis. He freely imparted, energy, enthusiasm and zest for life to all he met.
  • The Thomas W Adam Medal
    The Noel E Webster medal was introduced in 1979 to be awarded on an annual basis for what was in the opinion of the Council the best paper presented to the Midland Institute of Mining Engineers at any General or Branch meeting during the previous year. Major Webster had a long and distinguished career. After service in 1914-1918 war, he became a Colliery Manager, later setting up his own company involved mainly in strata control and subsidence, and also developing wide interests in general industry. During his period as Treasurer of the Midland Institute, the Institute’s finances were put on a very sound basis. He freely imparted, energy, enthusiasm and zest for life to all he met.
  • The Noel E Webster Medal
    The Noel E Webster medal was introduced in 1979 to be awarded on an annual basis for what was in the opinion of the Council the best paper presented to the Midland Institute of Mining Engineers at any General or Branch meeting during the previous year. Major Webster had a long and distinguished career. After service in 1914-1918 war, he became a Colliery Manager, later setting up his own company involved mainly in strata control and subsidence, and also developing wide interests in general industry. During his period as Treasurer of the Midland Institute, the Institute’s finances were put on a very sound basis. He freely imparted, energy, enthusiasm and zest for life to all he met.
  • O H Schmill Medal
    The Noel E Webster medal was introduced in 1979 to be awarded on an annual basis for what was in the opinion of the Council the best paper presented to the Midland Institute of Mining Engineers at any General or Branch meeting during the previous year. Major Webster had a long and distinguished career. After service in 1914-1918 war, he became a Colliery Manager, later setting up his own company involved mainly in strata control and subsidence, and also developing wide interests in general industry. During his period as Treasurer of the Midland Institute, the Institute’s finances were put on a very sound basis. He freely imparted, energy, enthusiasm and zest for life to all he met.
  • THE PEAKE TRAVELLING SCHOLARSHIP
    The Noel E Webster medal was introduced in 1979 to be awarded on an annual basis for what was in the opinion of the Council the best paper presented to the Midland Institute of Mining Engineers at any General or Branch meeting during the previous year. Major Webster had a long and distinguished career. After service in 1914-1918 war, he became a Colliery Manager, later setting up his own company involved mainly in strata control and subsidence, and also developing wide interests in general industry. During his period as Treasurer of the Midland Institute, the Institute’s finances were put on a very sound basis. He freely imparted, energy, enthusiasm and zest for life to all he met.
  • THE NOEL WEBSTER TRAVELLING SCHOLARSHIP
    The Noel E Webster medal was introduced in 1979 to be awarded on an annual basis for what was in the opinion of the Council the best paper presented to the Midland Institute of Mining Engineers at any General or Branch meeting during the previous year. Major Webster had a long and distinguished career. After service in 1914-1918 war, he became a Colliery Manager, later setting up his own company involved mainly in strata control and subsidence, and also developing wide interests in general industry. During his period as Treasurer of the Midland Institute, the Institute’s finances were put on a very sound basis. He freely imparted, energy, enthusiasm and zest for life to all he met.
  • THE AMCO BURSARY FUND
    The Noel E Webster medal was introduced in 1979 to be awarded on an annual basis for what was in the opinion of the Council the best paper presented to the Midland Institute of Mining Engineers at any General or Branch meeting during the previous year. Major Webster had a long and distinguished career. After service in 1914-1918 war, he became a Colliery Manager, later setting up his own company involved mainly in strata control and subsidence, and also developing wide interests in general industry. During his period as Treasurer of the Midland Institute, the Institute’s finances were put on a very sound basis. He freely imparted, energy, enthusiasm and zest for life to all he met.