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31.07.18   The Clerk

Clerk’s notes – July 2018

As the Coachmaker livery year draws to a close, up until a few days ago the Old Barn was looking very parched following a six week dry spell with temperatures that have been quite frankly just plain silly. All the […]

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31.07.18   Lesley Upham

Do you have an interest in Communications? Then the Livery Communications Committee needs you!

As you are reading this article I know you are a member of the Livery! The Communications Committee, working with the Master and the Clerk are here to ensure you are kept up to date with the latest news and […]

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31.07.18   Bob Wilson

Coachmaker duo win Glovers’ inter-livery golf croquet tournament

Steward Bob Wilson reports on The Glovers’ inter-livery croquet competition held on 16th June at Sussex County Croquet Club, Southwick where there are 11 immaculate croquet lawns. The competition, which has been held for the past few years, has gained […]

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02.07.18   John Kendall

Barbara Stockton accepts annual Carriage Driving Award

Once again, the British Driving Society’s annual show, staged this year on 24th June at the home of the Guard’s Polo Club, Smith’s Lawn, in Windsor Great Park, gave the Livery the setting to present the annual Carriage Driving Award. […]

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02.07.18   John Blauth

Cheers! to our gin winners

In May we asked you to display your wit and wisdom to win a bottle of Nicholson Original London Dry Gin. Thank you to all those who took part. The Venerable Ray Pentland CB was asked to be judge and jury […]

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02.07.18   Geoff Lancaster

Are you interested in historic vehicles?

Liveryman Geoff Lancaster is Director of The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. He is keen to update Liverymen who own, or are interested in, historic vehicles about the club, which exists […]

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02.07.18   Geoff Lancaster

Coachmakers make inspection of £23 million investment in RAF Museum

The Royal Air Force Museum is making a major investment in its Hendon, London site, which is the subject of a £23 million overhaul, writes Liveryman Geoff Lancaster. Final touches are being put to the fabulous new buildings and exhibits […]

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02.07.18   Richard Robinson

Coachmakers’ inspection of Hook Norton dray wagon gets side tracked

On a perfect day in May, Coachmakers and guests met in the Cotswolds to tackle the arduous task of inspecting a dray wagon, owned and operated by the Hook Norton Brewery, writes Liveryman Richard Robinson. Nestled in the Cotswold hills, […]

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