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The Worshipful Company of Plaisterers

On Tuesday 10 January, the Master and Clerk attended a Livery Dinner hosted by the Master of the Worshipful Company of Plaisterers at Plaisterers’ Hall. …read more

The Chartered Institute of Taxation – Presidents Luncheon

On Tuesday 10 January, the Master, Clerk and many members of the company attended a lunch hosted by Bill Dodwell, President of CIOT at Drapers Hall. …read more

Gala Concert by the London Symphony Orchestra

You are invited to attend a very special concert in the magnificent surroundings of St Paul's Cathedral, raising funds for the 2017 Lord Mayor's Appeal, in aid of LSO Discovery programme, St Paul’s Music Outreach and Music in Hospitals. …read more

Carol Service and Supper

On Tuesday 20 December the members of the Tax Advisers Company and their guests attended the Annual Livery Carol Service at St Bartholomew the Great.  …read more

Brigantes Winter Gathering in Chester

On Saturday 10th December some 130 London Liverymen including 5 Tax Advisers came together in Chester Cathedral with their guests for another sell-out Brigantes event. It was yet another wonderful opportunity to meet members of other livery companies and make new friends. …read more

The Worshipful Company of Cutlers Sexcentenary Anniversary

On Monday 5 December 2016, the Master and Clerk attended a service of thanksgiving to mark the Sexcentenary anniversary of the Worshipful Company of Cutlers. …read more

The Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch

On Tuesday 29 November 2016, the Master and Clerk attended a reception hosted by The Lord Mayor to launch the Big Curry Lunch for 2017. …read more

If the Walls Could Speak

A Tour of the Priory Church of St Bartholomew the Great.

A group of 22 Tax Advisers and friends gathered for a guided tour of this wonderful church in the early evening of 22 November, the feast day of St Cecilia, with the darkness of the night falling making this a most atmospheric visit. Sir john Betjeman considered the church to have the finest surviving Norman interior in London and given the size of the surviving pillars and the beautiful clerestory it is easy to concur. …read more