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04.02.20 The Clerk

Clerk’s Briefing – February 2020

With Christmas and the New Year now a fading image in the rear view mirror of 2020 and almost half of this Livery year gone, the natural environment surrounding the Old Barn seems to have been fooled by the unseasonal […]


04.02.20   The Clerk

How do you describe the Livery?

The Coachmakers’ Company is one of 110 Livery Companies of the City of London. Each Livery Company is unique, and this can make it difficult to talk about the Livery overall. How do you describe these Companies with their different […]

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04.02.20   Sharon Pink

It’s now easier to update your membership profile

We recently asked everyone to update or reconfirm their details for the members’ Directory, and introduced some new information fields, including asking you to enter your date of birth. We had a few queries about that! It isn’t just that […]

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04.02.20   Asst Sarah Holt and Hon Asst John Blauth

Charity at the Coachmakers

The Livery has conducted a full review of our charitable activities with a view to raising the profile of what we do, adding focus and vision, and developing our charitable work in a significant and meaningful way, consistent with our […]

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04.02.20   The Clerk

Coachmakers Banquet 2020 – save the date

The Coachmakers’ Banquet this year will be held at Guildhall on Thursday 28th May 2020. This year’s event will celebrate 100 years of Bentley Motors. To mark the occasion the Guildhall Yard will host a display of Bentley motor cars […]

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04.02.20   Liverymen Richard Pugh and Christopher Tate

Going to the Race Retro show?

Liverymen Richard Pugh and Christopher Tate invite you to join them at the Race Retro classic car show at Stoneleigh Park, Kenilworth on Friday 21st February. They would enjoy meeting up with fellow Coachmakers, having a chat and a cheerful […]

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04.02.20   Past Master Martin Payne

The connected car – is it the future?

Past Master Martin Payne considers the future of motoring with an ever-increasing population, and asks the following questions: Climate change – have we reached the point of no return? Are our basic freedoms and driving pleasures being eroded? Does everything […]

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04.02.20   Past Master Martin Payne

Winter Court Dinner 2020

The Winter Court Dinner took place at Watermens’ Hall on 23rd January, but before we squeezed into the cosy dining room, we had the usual Court Meeting to cover business, accept applications for membership and clothe Freemen in the Livery. […]

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