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02.08.20   The Clerk

Clerk’s Notes – August 2020

“The dog ate my homework” is a simple five-word sentence that has probably been used in the past to describe a real event but which has now become a euphemism for a weak excuse. But is it? During the latter […]

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02.08.20   Past Master Group Captain Marcus Wills & Holly Palmer-Davison

Coachmakers’ De Havilland Scholarship winner achieves licence

Holly Palmer-Davison (pictured above), our Coachmakers’ Sir Geoffrey de Havilland Flying Scholarship winner in 2016, has completed her training and qualified for her Private Pilot’s Licence. Holly is a Photographic Retoucher specialising in advertising imagery for the Automotive industry, and […]

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02.08.20   Honorary Assistant Lesley Upham

Last chance to update your membership profile ahead of the new edition of The Coachmaker and Directory

Thank you to all Liverymen who have updated their profiles ahead of the publication of the new edition of The Coachmaker incorporating the Directory. There is just still time for those of you who have not yet reviewed your profile. Simply […]

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02.08.20   Honorary Assistant John Blauth

Saturday Engineering Club continues apace

Liverymen will all be aware of the energetic, dynamic, active and hugely rewarding engagement we have with Kingston University Saturday Engineering Club. The young people at Kingston, aided and abetted by under and post graduates from the School of Engineering, […]

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02.08.20   Liveryman John Pearl

100 Club draw quarter two

Liveryman John Pearl held a virtual 100 Club quarter two draw over Zoom in July. You can watch the video of the draw here.  

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11.07.20   The Master Richard Charlesworth MVO

Master’s message July 2020


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11.07.20   The Clerk

Clerk’s notes – July 2020

On 14th July 1982, HMS PLYMOUTH sailed into her home port of Rosyth 121 days since leaving on the 15th March. During her days away, all but six of which were spent at sea, she had steamed 34,000 miles to […]

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11.07.20   The Very Revd Dr David Ison

A message from the Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral

The Very Revd Dr David Ison, the Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral sends everyone the following message.

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