Master was a guest at Bowyers’ Court and Livery dinner at Ironmongers’ Hall following their Court Meeting.   Forty-seven Bowyers and their guests attended the January Court Meeting and Livery Dinner – traditionally an intimate and convivial affair.

The venue was Ironmongers’ Hall.  Built in 1925 and tucked away between the Barbican and the Museum of London, the mock Tudor-style hall boasts a remarkably fortunate history having survived bombing raids in both the First and Second World Wars as well as a compulsory purchase order when the Museum of London was built.