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
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This blog records the participation of the Master in numerous activities across the City and elsewhere complementing the many events held within our own Company.
Whilst it is mainly written to inform members of the Worshipful Company of Marketors it will also be found of interest to anyone wishing to know more about the typical week to week engagements of a Master of a City of London livery company during a very full and memorable year of office.
The Livery operates as a traditional part of the City of London “tapestry” supporting the Mayoralty and many charitable causes. As well as receiving many invitations the Master also has to manage the Company and its programme on a day to day basis in close liaison with the Clerk and other members of the Company.
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The HMS St Albans returned to Portsmouth on Tuesday 28th March and docked there before and during the Easter holiday period.
On Saturday 6th May, the Worshipful Company of Marketors have been invited to enjoy a tutored beer tasting and tour of the UK’s largest craft beer brewery.
One of the things I’ve enjoyed most throughout my working life has been the opportunity to enter, however briefly, other people’s worlds.
Actively encouraging new members into the Livery is one of our four Aims and we look to our current Freemen and Liverymen to identify suitably qualified contacts – people whom you believe have the potential to become the
Keith Weed, Liveryman of The Worshipful Company of Marketors and global marketing chief of Unilever has been listed as one of Campaign’s Power 100 for 2016.
My Master’s trip this year will be a long weekend in the walled city of York, one of the finest cities in the UK and home to the famous Minster, the National Railway Museum and a host of other attractions.
It’s now about a month since the Installation Dinner and I am gradually getting used to being called Master rather than looking over my shoulder expecting to see where the Master is who is being addressed!