The Lord Mayor’s Show, one of the landmark events in the City of London’s calendar, has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Like many areas of the country, the City of London has a number of statues and other landmarks which have links to the slave trade and historic racism.
UPDATE: Thank you to all those who have visited the Painters’ Art Sale website since its launch on 7 September. Every work displayed in this all new online selling exhibition of original paintings and drawings is being sold at the same affordable price of £300.
As of today, 14 September, the limit of up to six people from multiple households meeting for social purposes has now come into force in England, applying both indoors and outdoors.
The Livery Committee and the Fellowship of Clerks are delighted to welcome five new Clerks recently appointed following various retirements.
At its meeting on 9 September 2020, the Livery Committee unanimously elected Victoria Russell (Arbitrator) Chairman and Deputy Philip Woodhouse CC (Grocer) Deputy Chairman for the ensuing year.
Livery Schools Link has launched a national campaign to enable all members of Livery Companies and Guilds to connect with their local schools and support students with activities such as motivational career talks and work experience.
The Worshipful Company of Actuaries has raised over £ 72,000 to help chosen charities which have suffered a drop in their regular income due to COVID-19 just when there has been a significant increase in the need for their services.