A most moving service to open the annual Garden of Remembrance in the St Paul’s Cathedral grounds to honour the sacrifice of all those who died in the first world war. Crosses planted by all the Livery Companies and the Lord Mayor. [...]
A great night at the LADAs 2018(Laundry and Drycleaning awards) organised by Laundry and Cleaning Today. Fantastic to see Past Master Richard Orford receive the life time achievement award on the night - congratulations Richard! Well done to Tina and Mark Gleed for organising a [...]
It was with great pleasure that members of the Court welcomed Stuart Calder of Regency Laundry as a newly enclothed Liveryman following the Court meeting on Monday, 15th October 2018.
Great to part of a wonderful send off for over 100 taxis heading off to Disneyland Paris. A fine example of the pleasure of giving. Well done the Hackney Carriage Taxi drivers for organising this for the 25th year. I am sure the children and [...]
Herbert Berger, Michelin starred Chef, based at the InnHolders’ Hall, produced a special bespoke menu for the luncheon which was held in the beautiful Court Room at Innholders Hall and what a special treat it was for all those present. Today 39 out of 110 City [...]
A delightful and fascinating day walking round all the Livery Halls in the City of London. A pleasure to chat to the Masters of other Livery Companies some who feel like old friends and others whom I expect to meet again in the very near [...]
Master Launderer attended the Bowyers' New Master's Dinner for the newly installed Master Bowyer, Ian Spring at Tallow Chandlers' Hall. An intimate dinner of just the Livery, but I qualify as I am also a Bowyer.
Fabulous first outing as Master Launderer to Cloth Workers' Hall for the Glaziers' Banquet. Great entertainment from a competing pair of post horns in the Post Horn Gallop and a delightful orchestral numbers including a rousing round of Henry Wood’s Sailors Hornpipe. My attempt at [...]
Read the report from the host company, Girbau.
On the 6th July, Deputy Master valiantly "turned himself in" at the Old Bailey for his misdemeanors ! The total figure raised in "bail" for the British Red Cross was £38,873 for which they are very grateful ! Thank you for your contributions !