The Company's Founder Liverymen gathered for dinner at the Guildhall last night (June 23).
The profits from the dinner have gone to the Company’s charitable trust.
Special guests were our Sponsoring Alderman David Graves and Laura Miller, Clerk of the Chamberlain's Court.
Laura Miller spoke of the benefits of joining the City's unique Livery movement.
Master James Gurling gave an update on the Company’s progress to Worshipful Status, describing the move as an historic opportunity to raise the profession of communications’ profile in the City. He reported that the Company is growing fast, with 250 members now and applications to join pouring in every month.
Past Master Deborah Oliver was able to arrange the use of the Guildhall Club’s private members’ room in the West Wing of the Guildhall, with impressive views over the City.
Some Founder Liverymen were unable to attend due to the rail strike, but we hope to see you at the Summer Reception next month.