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2018 Installation Court, Church Service & Dinner

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This year, at the Installation Court, Gordon Warwick Haines MBE was installed as Master, Dr David John Giarchardi as Upper Warden, Martin Andrew Muirhead as Renter Warden whilst Last year’s Master, Alison Rebecca Gill became Deputy Master. Prior to this, two new Assistants were appointed to the Court, Liverymen Denis Arthur Cruse and  Dr Michael Gerard O’Brien. Liverymen Colin Ralph Freedmen and Malcolm Wilkinson were installed as Honorary Court Assistants….

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Carol Service & Supper

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On 21st December, we held our Annual Carol Service at St James Garlickhythe taken by our Honorary Chaplain, the Venerable Brian Lucas. The church was full and our choir sang their hearts out. Afterwards Horners and their guests walked the short distance to Painters Hall for supper. As always the event was oversubscribed. After an excellent supper we were entertained by Past Master Emeritus Jeremy Cartwright who concluded his repertoire…

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City Walk and Noggin & Natter

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The Master joined Horners and their Guests for a conducted circular walk around the City of London that ended at the Banker in Cousin Lane where we had a convivial informal evening with wine and refreshments. We were joined by members of 27 Squadron RAF, our affiliated member of the Armed Services in the Gallery Room with stunning views of the Thames. Some pictures of the evening can be found…

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Inter Livery Tennis

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The Worshipful Company of Feltmakers host and organise a highly enjoyable day of tennis each September. Their Inter-Livery Tennis Competition is held on clay courts at the prestigious Queen’s Club which has the advantage of a back up of indoor courts in case of rain. Each Company may enter one or two mixed doubles teams, at least one of each pair being a Company member.Teams are split into 6 groups…

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