Apprentice Kirsty Thomson has seen great success, receiving many certificates for her fantastic work at the Royal Mews.
I write as I travel north from London back to the foothills of the Lincolnshire Himalayas having attended a pan-Livery meeting attended by the Masters and Clerks of 75 Livery Companies hosted by the Mercers’ Company.
A project that began more than two years ago when Kirsty Thomson was nominated by Capel Manor College as one of their star pupils in saddlery and harness making came to an exciting conclusion in April
The Automotive Industry Dinner took place at Carpenters’ Hall in March.
Coachmakers were privileged to be invited to a most informative day at Donington Park in March
The Annual Banquet took place at Drapers’ Hall in May. Our guest speaker was Stephen Clark TD, Past Master of the Worshipful Company of Wheelwrights; Chairman of the Battle Back Appeal and trustee of the Wheelwrights Charity.
The annual inter livery clay pigeon shoot took place at the Holland and Holland shooting ground on 17th May.
This year’s competition was held at Walton Heath Golf Club
It has been very wet up here in the foothills of the Lincolnshire Himalayas and the ground has been commensurately soft and muddy.