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Members' Articles

Over recent years, our members have contributed a host of articles to our regular monthly newsletters. These articles have covered a wide range of topics, both personal and professional, around their work and travel. They are gathered here under this heading, in reverse chronological order.

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A famous son brings Albert Hall to its feet....

Roddy Williams leads the nation in song at the Last Night of the Proms ....

Pro Bono input leads to Art House Movie production...

Making a film about the life of St Francis ...

Liveryman Karol Szlichcinski, Extraordinary Professor at the University of Silesia School of Management in Katowice, Poland...

... delicately picking his way through the minefield of getting his colleagues' titles right!


Reflections on Adam and Eve

... and rites of passage

The fashion accessory that has set the City buzzing...

The new Company tie!


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Coming soon to a WCoMC event near you ...


A night in Soho with PM Patrick McHugh

Tom McHugh, PM Patrick McHugh’s son, in a hilarious night out in Soho for the newly-formed WCoMC Theatre Group 


Wimbledon 2014

Tense report from Markham Hill ...


Disadvantaged youngsters supported by the Members' Charitable Trust

New Grants made ...


At the latest meeting of the Trustees of the Members' Charitable Trust, there were a number of notable grants.

The City glitterati gather at Barbican

Sheriff Alderman Sir Paul Judge arranged the Livery Concert occasion on Sunday 22 June. The London Symphony Orchestra played under Conductor Fabio Luisi.

Although it was Sunday the Concert Hall was very full. The Livery party were together in the front rows of the Dress Circle. The Lord Mayor was flanked by Masters and their partners, including Edward and Karen, and Liverymen from many Companies. It was a great demonstration of the Livery’s support for Music in the City.


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