Shrove Tuesday saw the 12th Inter Livery Pancake Race in front of the Guildhall; organised by the Poulters, livery companies enter teams to run in a series of races with the hope of seeing their company’s name inscribed o
Shortly after Past Master John Flynn sadly passed away last August I was in conversation with Nick Birtles, then Master Information Technologist at the Modern Livery Companies dinner.
For this week’s blog I’d like to concentrate on just one day to give an idea of a typical day in the life of a Master – Shrove Tuesday.
This week’s blog will again be in diary form as it has been a week packed with what you might call content.
Congratulations to new Liverymen who were clothed by the Master in a ceremony at Stationers’ Hall. In the picture are (left to right) Liveryman Prof.
Welcome to the new Freemen of the Worshipful Company of Marketors who took their oaths on 21st January in a ceremony at Stationers’ Hall.
I intend to write a regular blog during my year as Master of the Worshipful Company of Marketers but I don’t intend to write it as a diary.
This week I was installed as the 39th Master of the Worshipful Company of Marketors.
As my final few weeks as Master of our Company draw to a close, it has been a good time to think about the year and the enjoyable time that I have had.
As Andrew Marsdens’ year as the Master of the Worshipful Company of Marketors comes to a close he has captured, on film, his explanation of the Livery and the benefits of being a member.