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Tour of Spencer House and Lunch at Mark Mason's Hall POSTPONED

Monday 20th April 2020

Start: 11.00 am | Finish: 3.00 pm

THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED. WE WILL WRITE TO ALL ATTENDEES WITH MORE INFORMATION ABOUT RESCHEDULING AND REFUNDS

The Master is pleased to invite you to Spencer House, the only great 18th century town house to survive intact. Built between 1756 and 1766 by John Vardy and James ‘Athenian’ Stuart for the first Earl Spencer, an ancestor of Diana, Princess of Wales, Spencer House boasts the first neo-classical interiors in Europe. The house has undergone a 10 year restoration programme to return it to its former glory with its 18th century furniture, paintings and splendid rooms. We will enjoy a private guided tour.
Following the tour we will enjoy a carvery lunch at the Mark Masons’ Hall in St. James's.

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Annual Banquet at Guildhall

"A veritable tour de force; stunning atmosphere, seriously impressive food and a funny judge..what’s not to like!
Well done everyone" - Mrs J.D.

"A triumph" - Mr A.W."

"..a brilliant evening at Guildhall last night. The event was spectacular and we, our guests and everyone around us enjoyed it tremendously. A great highlight of a fantastic year" - Mr J.H.

"A magnificent evening was had by all" - Mr K.B.

"It really was the most wonderful and unforgettable evening " - Mrs K.J.

"It was a great privilege to be present of Friday evening on such a splendid occasion.  What a truly stunning and memorable evening. The organisation, the pageantry and the attention to detail was remarkable. A and I enjoyed it all enormously" - C H.C.


Master's Final Dinner at Fishmongers' Hall
"Just a line to say how much we enjoyed the dinner last night, super seat thank you! Please convey our thanks to the Master for a wonderful evening, superb food and company and thank him for all his events over the past year, we have had great times.
We now look forward to the next year, different venues and events." - Mr P.B.

Reception and Supper at Grocers' Hall
"My guests and I really really enjoyed the Ceremony and the dinner at Grocers’ Hall last evening, I am still on a high with sheer pleasure, you, everyone there so kind and welcoming". Mrs A R

"It was good to meet you at last and on such an excellent evening in one of the nicest Livery Halls in the City.  Thank you for making it such a special evening for M and me.   It was so well organised and enjoyable.   The food was first class and the company good as well". Mr D B

RNLI Demonstration and Supper at the Little Ship Club
"Thank you SO much for arranging a most enjoyable evening. Once again, I was able to catch up on friends and make new acquantainces - all thanks to you for the excellent place settings.  The weather was kind to us, the food was amazing and everybody around our table was very happy with the service and the meal."  Ms V H

"Following the interesting demonstration Guild Members and their guests retired back inside the Little Ship Club for a stunning two-course supper with some excellent wine and tremendous companionship discussing the RNLI’s great work being achieved on the tidal Thames.​" Mr D K
 
 

 

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