Sheriff Christopher Hayward has provided an update on the Lisvane Review. In it, he thanks the Livery Committee for its support of all Members of the Court of Common Council during the process.
A business run by a Salter has developed a new rapid COVID test via the usual swab that gives a result in just 20 seconds. It’s under trial in the City and volunteers are being sought to take the test.
Cart Marking is a very special day in the City of London’s calendar, when all eras of Commercial Vehicles come to join the ancient ceremony of Marking of Carts.
The Worshipful Company of Firefighters will hold its annual lecture on March 25th. The guest speaker is Sir Ken Knight. The title of his talk is, “The Impact of the Grenfell Tower Fire on Building Safety”.
The Framework Knitters ‘Knit for Community’ project, which began last April, continues to grow with 43 new volunteers since early December.
In consultation with medics and administrators across the Barts Health NHS Trust, the Livery Kitchen Initiative was last week invited to return to providing meals to three hospitals in East London: The Royal London Hospital, Newham University Hospital and Whipps Cross Hospital.
Co-Chairman of the Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch, Michael Hockney, provides an update with news of some amazing fund raising efforts and of plans for 2021.