Clerks’ Associations and City Clubs

The Clerks’ Association was formed in 1937 as an informal gathering of Clerks to Companies having halls, almost all of whom at the time were solicitors practising in the City.

Clerks’ Association

The Clerks' Association was formed in 1937 as an informal gathering of Clerks to Companies having halls, almost all of whom at the time were solicitors practising in the City....

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Fellowship of Clerks

The Fellowship of Clerks was first formed in 1926 as an association for those Clerks without company halls. The Association of Clerks formed for the hall owning company Clerks already...

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Great XII Clerks’ Association

In 1515, the Lord Mayor laid down an order of precedence for the forty-eight Livery Companies then in existence, based on their economic or political power. The first twelve companies...

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City Livery Club

The City Livery Club, founded in 1914, is a private members' club for Liverymen of the Livery Companies and the two established City Companies without Livery (Watermen and Lightermen, and...

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Root and Branch Award

In 2014, the City Livery Club celebrated its centenary by instituting a new award known as the Root and Branch Award to recognise an individual liverymen or group of liverymen...

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City Ward Clubs

The 25 Wards of the City of London each have a Ward Club (some Wards share a club). The Ward Clubs are primarily so clubs aimed at residents and those...

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The City Pickwick Club

Following the enormous success of “The Pickwick Papers”, a considerable number of Dickens related clubs sprang up, but with time they all folded. The Club was founded by Sir James...

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The City Consorts Society

The City Consorts is a membership Society welcoming future, present and past Consorts of Livery Masters of the City of London, to be members of a unique organisation. In essence...

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Past Masters’ Associations

The Livery Masters/Prime Wardens of each year traditionally form an association (PMA) to maintain friendships formed during their year, with the Lord Mayor as President, and sheriffs as the two...

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