Carol Service

On 19 December, members of the Company enjoyed a carol service in the company of guests, including members of the Worshipful Company of Educators, and others, some from the Middle East. The Tudor Rose brass quintet provided music before and after the service and accompanied the carols. The Woolnoth Singers, arranged by Mhairi Ellis with … Continue reading

Lord Mayor’s Show

Erica, Charlotte + DJL with banner

The Company was represented in the Lord Mayor’s Show on 11 November. The Master, Clerk and John Phillips Memorial prize winner Charlotte Priestly walked with the other modern companies before a golden double decker in the early part of the procession. Great fun was had by all. The atmosphere was amazing. The whole parade of over … Continue reading

New Master Installed

David Lock - 41st Master of the Worshipful Company of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators.

David Lock has been installed as the 41st Master of the Worshipful Company of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators. David became a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators in 1995 and was clothed in the Livery four years later. He ran the apprenticeship scheme for 5 years and joined the Court in 2009. … Continue reading

Rokeby Recorder

Click here to download/read the Rokeby Recorder article. Article authorship: Al Nowed Abdullah Reproduced by kind permission of Rokeby School.

Rokeby Goes to Ghana

As part of the Company’s support for Rokeby School the Charitable Trustees have been pleased to support an initiative of the boys and staff of the school for an educational exchange with Jubilee Boys’ school, Cape Coast, Ghana. The visit took place in July and a brief report from the school is below. Teachers and … Continue reading