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Sheep Drive

By Industry News

Every year the Worshipful Company of Woolmen exercise the right given to Freemen of the City of London to drive sheep across London Bridge and invite other Livery Companies to participate. This year an intrepid band of Horners joined the Woolmen to herd some sheep across London Bridge.

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Inter Livery Tennis 2016

By Horners' Tennis Group, Other Activities

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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Golfing Society 2016 Report

By Horners' Golfing Society, Other Activities

Another successful season for the Horners’ golfing fraternity, with 23 members and numerous guests participating in 20 fixtures including our Spring and Autumn meetings, matches against other Livery Companies (Tin Plate Workers, Actuaries and Barber-Surgeons), participation in our own inter-Livery tournament (The Horners’ Trophy), other Company golf tournaments (Marketors’, Loriners’, Tallow Chandlers’, Airline Pilots’ & Navigators’, Fuellers’ and Carmen), special Livery events such as Prince Arthur Cup at Walton Heath, the Lord Mayor’s Charity Golf Day, City Livery Club Golf Day and the Pewterers’ Challenge. We also managed three events with guests from our associated RAF Squadron, and a golfing holiday for 18 of us (including partners) on the Costa del Sol, hosted by Hon Court Assistant Simon Baldwin-Purry, where we played three rounds of golf including our annual match against the local PROBUS Club.

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InterLivery Shoot 2016

By Horners' Shooting Group, Other Activities

On 18th May the Horners were represented at the Inter Livery Clay Shooting day at the magnificent Holland & Holland Shooting Ground in West London by three teams, one consisting of Lynn Walters, John Roll-Pickering and myself with a guest, one team consisting of Charles Bettinson and guests and one from the long standing Hazeley shooting friends of the Horners. The day was a typical May spring day; torrential rain,…

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