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20.07.19 Past Master Martin Payne

Visit to Fenix Carriages – video


07.07.19   The Clerk

Opera comes to the Guildhall

Dame Kiri Te Kanawa presented three of her young students from the Kiri Te Kanawa Foundation, who treated the attendees of the Banquet to an exquisite performance of light operatic works and classic songs that had the Master in raptures. […]

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06.07.19   Graham Cole CBE

Master welcomes all at Annual Banquet 2019

The Master Graham Cole CBE welcomes liverymen and guests to this year’s Annual Banquet at Guildhall on 5th June 2019. Click here to read his welcome address

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06.07.19   The Clerk

Impressions of the Coachmakers’ Banquet 2019

Following this year’s Banquet, the Master and Clerk received a significant number of letters from various guests who attended. Some of them were from Liverymen, some from Company guests and some from the personal guests of Liverymen. However, the common […]

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06.07.19   Lesley Upham

Master’s Silver Medal 2019

The Master’s Silver Medal recognises a particular person who goes above and beyond with their contribution to the Livery. Our communications, and a considerable amount of the structure of this year’s Banquet, are just small examples of the quiet and unassuming activities of […]

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06.07.19   Lesley Upham

Quicksilver is unveiled

Guests at the Annual Banquet 2019 were privileged to witness the unveiling of a very special mail coach which has been painstakingly restored by Liveryman and Court Steward Mark Broadbent and his team at Fenix Carriages. The Quicksilver is an […]

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06.07.19   Lesley Upham

Booklet provides a broader picture

Guests at the Annual Banquet 2019 received a booklet about the event’s proceedings, which includes a summary of Coachmakers’ activities for the benefit of guests, so they could find out more about various aspects of our Livery. Click here to […]

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