Details to followInstallation Court Tuesday, 16th October 2018 Vintners' Hall 1000 Installation & Lunch Tuesday, 16th October 2018 St Magnus the Martyr Church & Vintners' hall
Another year has passed and on 16th October Dame Fiona Woolf will be installed as Master for the ensuing year in St Magnus-the-Martyr Church, Lower Thames Street. At the same ceremony, Dr Peter Rumley will be installed as Upper Warden and Nick Jones as Renter Warden. They all look forward to the honour of serving our ancient Company. Following the Installation Service, you are all welcome to a champagne reception at Vintners’ Hall, Upper Thames Street, which will be followed by a three-course luncheon with wine in the historic main hall. Click here for flyer and booking form.
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The City Music Foundation is putting on an exciting collection of concerts and recitals Find about the programme by clicking here.
An exciting programme of music and drama to delighjt you this autumn. Read the details by clicking here.
The Service of veneration to the Patron Saint of the Company, St Michael the Archangel, will be held this year at 11am on Sunday 30th September 2018 at St Magnus-the-Martyr Church, Lower Thames Street, EC3R 6DN. The Master hopes that as many Liverymen as possible will wish to join him and Sheila and bring their families. The service will be followed by lunch in the crypt and a chance to see the Master driving sheep across London Bridge. Click here for flyer and booking.
The Master and his wife, Sheila, invite you and your family to join them at the Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre on Sunday 7th October on the special occasion of the formal opening by the Master of our New Plumbing Museum. The Master’s Day Visit coincides with the Amberley Museum’s Annual Historic Transport Gathering, providing the opportunity to see all types of vehicles, including commercial, transport and classic cars. Click here for flyer and booking
Something every day, finishing with the Master’s Weekend in Edinburgh - phew! Read the Blog by clicking here.
What a day. All of the above plus a close up of the Kelpies and a magnificent dinner at the Museum of Scotland. Thanks on behalf of the attendees were expressed by Past Masters John Rae and Charles Smith. This is but a taster, a fuller report will follow but click here for some pictures.
They came by plane, by train and by car to Edinburgh to join the Master and Mistress for a weekend of fun and fellowship. A reception drink then off by coach for a tour of Edinburgh and the ancient port of Leith. Finishing with an enjoyable supper at Howies. What will tomorrow bring?
A busy week in and near the City. Read the Master’s account by clicking here.