The beginning of 2020 saw us take a path somewhat less trodden with the Master & Clerk travelling up to Leeds to the final regional event of the Master’s year.
We are all likely to be familiar with the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. It is a world –famous scientific organisation, a huge area of landscaped gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
On a cold and crisp November morning, crowds of well-wishers lined the streets of the City of London for the 804th Lord Mayor’s Show. Despite the forecast, the parade was dry as the wet weather held off until after
The Marketors’ Annual City Lecture ‘numbers can’t beat emotions’ presented by Tim Delaney of Leaga Delaney, at the Painters Hall, on 17th October 2019.
Once again this was an excellent city lecture held at the Painters Hall, to a full audience.
On a bright, clear Saturday morning in October, 20 Marketors and guests joined our City guide, Herb Danner, who led us on a fascinating walk down – and around – Fleet Street.
For car enthusiasts the visit to Studio 434 was like going to the automotive version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – there were more cars than you could ever have dreamed of from the slightly weird and wacky to the
The 14th Marketors’ “Ryder Cup” Livery Fellowship Golf Day took place on Monday 1st July at “The Home of the Ryder Cup”, Verulam Golf Club in St Albans.
Last night, 46 Marketors and their guests, with a similar number from 151 Regiment The Royal Logistics Corps, met in the Officers’ Mess of Regent’s Park Barracks for the annual ‘Curry Night.’ Hosted by t
For those who were unable to attend, or would like to reflect on the service, here is a transcript and audio from The Worshipful Company of Marketors Rededication Service held at 11am on 26th April 2017 at St Bride’s
The Marketors are affiliated to 151 Regiment RLC and since they were amalgamated into the main RLC they are formally paired with the 10th Queen’s Own Gurkha Logistics Regiment who have attended a number of Curry Nights an