Lightmongers at the Inter-Livery Clay Pigeon Shooting Competition

The Lightmongers sharp shooters! Lightmongers had 2 teams of 4 guns take part in this amazingly well supported day at the prestigious Holland & Holland shooting grounds. Once again this annual event hosted some 420+ guns representing 57 of the City Livery Companies.  Unfortunately neither of our teams was a match to the winners, an excellent squad, of which one shot 79 out ... Read more

30th May 2018|Categories: News|0 Comments

Masters Blog May 2018

Fellow Lightmongers, This month we held our May Court Meeting followed by our Awards Dinner. We were delighted to welcome two new Freemen and six new Liverymen to the Company. It is good to see new blood and very encouraging to see Freemen taking the step to become Liverymen. Members who progressed to Liverymen and New Members My thanks to our Committee Chairmen ... Read more

30th May 2018|Categories: The Master's Blog|0 Comments

Lightmongers’ Charity Golf Day 2018

Once again this year the Lightmongers enjoyed a great golf day at the Royal Automobile Club on their Old Course at Epsom. The weather maintained and was perfect for the golf, which of course led to the enjoyment by all, even encouraged some to come in with outstanding results. A special thanks must go to Liveryman James Hill, who, apart from being the organiser of ... Read more

30th May 2018|Categories: News|0 Comments

Lightmongers Mistress and Consorts lunch

On the 11th of May the Masters Consort, John Harding, welcomed 43 fellow mistresses and Consorts to lunch at Tallow Chandlers Hall. As well as being a social occasion the lunch was also raising funds for the Lightmongers Charitable Trust and the causes it supports, so the generous support of all those attending was much appreciated. Many Livery companies were represented and the lunch concluded ... Read more

29th May 2018|Categories: News|0 Comments

Masters Blog March & April 2018

Fellow Lightmongers, I do hope that this finds you all in good health and have enjoyed your Easter break. I would like to say that I hope you are enjoying the Spring sunshine but unfortunately this hasn't yet arrived! We live in hope. I am sure you will all join with me in congratulating Bill Price MBE on his visit to St George's Chapel, Windsor ... Read more

8th May 2018|Categories: The Master's Blog|0 Comments