Welcome to the new blog site

More will follow soon from the Master, but in the meantime here’s a reminder of this years’ programme of events:

Thursday 23 February 2012: ‘Tower Running Event’ – Heron Tower, Bishopsgate, EC3

Monday 12 March 2012: Inter-Livery Swimathon

Monday 19 March 2012: Spring Livery Dinner – Vintners’ Hall

Friday 23 March 2012: United Guilds Service – St. Paul’s

Wednesday 2 May 2012: Croquet and party at The Hurlingham Club

Tuesday 23 May 2012: GSMD Music Competition

Monday 11 June 2012: Ladies Banquet at Tallow Chandlers’ Hall

Wednesday 13 June 2012: Livery Golf Day – Worplesdon Golf Club

Friday 22 June 2012: Visit to Stratford-upon-Avon to see Julius Caesar

Monday 25 June 2012: Election of Sheriffs – Guildhall

Thursday 5 July 2012: Court & Livery Lunch – Watermans’ Hall

Monday 1 October 2012: Election of Lord Mayor – Guildhall

Wednesday 3 October 2012: Central School of Ballet – evening event & reception

Monday 15 October 2012: Installation Dinner


3 responses to “Welcome to the new blog site

  1. Master, I think this is a real leap forward in communicating with Livery about the wide range of events you are attending on the Companay’s behalf during your year.
    Very well done to you and all those involved in its production.
    See you soon

  2. Laurence Johnstone

    Rob beat me to it by a long chalk. I completely agree with him, the blog is a great step so congratulations. More articles please! The next challenge I suspect is to get the the Livery to use the website more. I think we have the facility to monitor usage so it would be interesting to find out how much it is used and look at ways of increasing the traffic.

  3. I have just been catching up with the excellent Court Circular and the wonderful Blogs. I found both fascinating and was very heartened to see that the core activities of the Company are exactly the same as when I was Master 20 years ago. The difference is that technology has moved on. Don’t forget, when I was Master, the internet did not exist! Amazing, isn’t it?
    Now that I have moved out of the business mainstream (literarily as well as figuratively, as I now live in Edinburgh) I do not come to Company “stuff”. But it doesn’t mean however that I have stopped thinking about the Company.
    Well done Mickola, keep it up Roger.

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