Carols for The City will be broadcast live from 5.30pm on Tuesday 6th December. This means that there is no limit on who can attend. It is organised by The Lord Mayor’s Appeal, The Worshipful Company of Information Technologists and the VOCES8 Foundation.
In the first phase of the Livery Kitchens Initiative (LKI), three Livery kitchens (Grocers, Drapers and Merchant Taylors) and a City caterer (Party Ingredients) delivered just over 34,000 individually packed meals to NHS staff.
In June and July 2020 the Lord Mayor undertook a series of eleven video calls – or virtual coffee mornings and afternoons – with the Masters and Clerks of selected groups of Livery companies.
The Resource Allocation Sub Committee of the City of London published its Governance Review in mid-September, following its comprehensive Governance Review of the City Corporation.
No Going Back was designed to specifically prepare individuals in prison for job opportunities that will be offered by members of the Livery Companies. It recently released its Month 4 Review.
The Livery Committee, supported by the Town Clerk’s Department at the City of London, publish a quarterly newsletter. October’s is now available.
The Officers of the Association of Clerks changed at a recent meeting. The new Chairman is Jonny Westbrooke (Furniture Makers) replacing David Santa Olalla (Leathersellers).