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16.10.19 The Clerk

Clerk’s notes October 2019

Now that the new Livery Year is in full swing the first of the major Livery Dinners of the year is imminent. The annual Aerospace Industry Dinner will again be held at Clothworkers’ Hall and I encourage all those who […]


16.10.19   The Master Richard Charlesworth MVO

Master’s message

The Election Court, the Service of Thanksgiving at St James Garlickhythe and the Dinner at Tallow Chandlers on 2nd September kicked off my Master’s year in style, and I am most grateful to The Clerk and the Rev. Ray Pentland […]

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16.10.19   The Clerk

The Election and Installation of the new Master

On Monday 2nd September 2019 the Master for the ensuing year was elected and installed in the Court Room of Tallow Chandlers’ Hall, after which he led the Court and their guests to join members of the wider Livery in […]

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16.10.19   Lesley Upham

The Coachmaker and the Events Year booklet

The new edition of your 2019-20 copy of The Coachmaker and the Coachmakers’ Events Year booklet should be in the post to you next week. The Coachmaker also includes the latest details of your fellow Coachmakers, which can be found in the Directory […]

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16.10.19   The Master Richard Charlesworth MVO

Pebble Beach Concours

Pictured above: Sir Michael with his wife Betty and son Philip. The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance has for many years been seen as the top concours worldwide. To have a car accepted for entry is an accolade, to win your […]

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16.10.19   John Kendall

The Londonderry Chariot

Google The Londonderry Coach and you will likely find a list of bus timetable information for Northern Ireland. You are less likely to find the details of the Londonderry Coach, or more properly, the Londonderry Chariot, built by Hooper and […]

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16.10.19   Hon Asst Lesley Upham

A tale of two Sarahs and some sheep

Pictured above: Renter Warden Sarah Sillars OBE and Liveryman Sarah Dawson crossing London Bridge  Renter Warden Sarah Sillars OBE and her long-standing friend Liveryman Sarah Dawson travelled into the City in late September to take part in the Worshipful Company […]

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16.10.19   Lesley Upham

An Englishman abroad

An interesting email dropped into my inbox recently, which sparked a flurry of exchanges across the pond between my new home in Sherborne, Dorset and Vermont, US, writes Hon Assistant Lesley Upham. Liveryman Keith Taylor had responded to my call […]

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