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Horners at the Inter-Livery Tennis 2017

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It was a cool, largely cloudy day on Wednesday the 6th September 2017 when representatives of twelve different Livery companies gathered at the delightful Queen’s Club for the annual Inter-Livery tennis competition. Although it sadly wasn’t a beautiful, hot late summer day, it did thankfully remain dry, enabling the whole day to be played outdoors. The Horners company fielded two pairs for this mixed doubles event. The first pair comprised…

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Golfing Society Report 2017

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HON SEC’S REPORT FOR 2017 SEASON With another season about to start with the Annual Dinner on 30th January at National Liberal Club, usually expertly organised by Colin & Andy Freedman (if they return from the land of Oz!), it is time to look back and reflect on last year, and play the credits for some excellent performances, both individual and team-wise, and overlook those that were not too good!…

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Lord Mayor’s Charity Golf Day 2017

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THE HORNERS’ GOLF SOCIETY ORGANISED A CHARITY GOLF DAY IN SUPPORT OF THE LORD MAYOR’S CHARITIES It’s 2.30PM on a glorious July afternoon, and the two Colins (Richards and Freedman) await the arrival of the Lord Mayor of London, our own Alderman Dr Andrew Parmley, on the steps of Burhill Golf Club in Surrey. The months of preparation are reaching their conclusion, and we have just successfully arranged the completion…

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Inter-Livery Clay Pigeon Shoot 2017

By | Horners' Shooting Group, Other Activities

At this year’s event, held on 17th May at the Holland & Holland shooting grounds, the Horners entered two teams. Our Court Team consisted of Past Master Lynn Walters, Court Assistant Charles Bettinson, Liveryman John Roll Pickering and a guest Mike Berry. Some heavy showers fell during the day although there was mercifully little wind. Although most of the targets were familiar from earlier years we still found them to…

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