This week I attended the funeral of Past Master John Petersen. He had fought bravely against myeloma, bone marrow cancer, for four years.
This week I attended the Big Curry Lunch at the Guildhall, the largest single fundraising event in the City of London in support of the Army Benevolent Fund also known as The Soldier’s Charity.
I recently attended the AGM and Annual Lunch at the Guildhall of Cripplegate Ward Club of which I am a member. It was also the occasion of the Installation of the Club’s 139th Master, Mrs Christine Nevard, MBE.
This week I was privileged to be invited by Alderman and Sheriff Charles Bowman to have lunch with him, the Judges of the Old Bailey and three other guests including Ken Olisa, Lord Lieutenant for Greater London.
This week I have attended the 6th Annual Security Lecture hosted by the Security Professionals at the RAF Club; the AGM and Annual Civic Luncheon of my Ward Club, Cripplegate at Guildhall; attended a meeting of our Trust; and c
For this week’s blog I want to revert to the diary format because the pace of the Master & Clerk’s circuit has accelerated.
At the RAC Club on 2nd March Marketors were joined by Andrew Faulkner of Oxford’s Said Business School who introduced their Advanced Management and Leadership Programme
For some time I have been saying that 2016 is a Leap Year and so there is one extra day. If you are salaried you won’t be paid any more for working that extra day so why not give it away to a charity?
When planning the Marketors’ events programme for 2016 I wanted to run events that would engage and stimulate people as much as possible.
Thirty-one Liverymen, Freemen and their guests have enjoyed a tour of the Speedbird Heritage Centre at BA HQ near Heathrow.