Andrey has decided to celebrate his 21st birthday, by competing in a 21-kilometer mountain race with over 2000m of altitude climbing – to raise money for people suffering chronic skin diseases. The race will be from Samokov (a city in Bulgaria) to Musala (the highest peak in the nation). To sponsor please follow the link below.
“Apprentice Andrey Gizdov charity mountain race appeal” Read More
Every year Livery Schools Link organises a careers showcase for the Livery Companies in the City of London. This year, 2021, was a virtual event and our slides can be seen here. Instrumentation is fundamental to modern life and sustaiability so if you are interested in a career in this area take a look.
Apprentice Ukendar Vadivel, (17) from North-West London is awarded the Lord Mayor’s COVID-19 Livery Award recognising the contribution made by Livery Company members in 2020 in support of the City and communities impacted by the COVID19 pandemic.
“Apprentice wins prestigious City of London award” Read More
Welcome to The Masters Blog for the second Quarter of 2021
You might think that with COVID restrictions keeping us all at home, for months on end, that there couldn’t be too much to report……….but you would be so very wrong!
“The Masters 02Q21 Blog” Read More
After the Ball is over….(or at least after the Summer Banquet) – Livery Lunch and Master’s Walk on Saturday 3rd July
“Livery Lunch and Master’s Walk on Saturday 3rd July 2021” Read More
Back to normal (nearly) at the Summer Banquet – report from Junior Warden Philip Thomas
“Annual Banquet 2 July 2021” Read More
Following Common Hall on 24 June 2021: Election of Sheriffs, where Alderman Alison Gowman and Alderman Nicholas Lyons were formally elected to the office of Sheriff, please be advised that an edited recording of the event is now available to view on the Livery Committee website via the link here.
On Thursday 27 May, the Junior Warden, Professor Philip Thomas, gave a fascinating talk on ‘Measuring and controlling the Covid-19 pandemic – how well have we done?’
“Link to COVID webinar and Latest Spectator Article” Read More