Wed 20 Sept:
Scriveners' Lecture by the Heraldry Society at the Society of Antiquaries, Burlington House, Piccadilly, 6.30pm. Richard Goddard will speak on the Development of Livery Company Heraldry since 1960. No fewer than 55 livery companies have obtained Grants of Arms, Supporters or Badges since 1960 and this lecture hopes to illuminate some of the more fascinating aspects of this remarkable growth in heraldic display. Richard Goddard's latest book on Livery Company Heraldry is being published in July and it features the Scriveners' badge granted by the College of Arms in 1976, marking the sexcentenary of the Company. The Scriveners Company supports this Heraldry Society Lecture annually. Admission free.

Sat 23 Sept:
Visit to Chatham Historic Dockyard: a day for all the family.
Just 35 miles from central London, discover how ships, including HMS Victory, were designed and built. Climb aboard a sloop, a destroyer and a submarine. Get hands-on in the Ropery, where rigging for HMS Victory was made and where rope is still made today. Explore galleries that unfurl the secrets of Great Britain’s magnificent maritime past and its command of the oceans. A diary note and booking form will be issued.

Fri 29 Sept:
Election of Lord Mayor followed by lunch at Innholders' Hall. A diary note and booking form will be issued.

Wed 11 Oct:
Autumn Dinner at Painters' Hall.

Wed 18 Oct:
Charity and Privileges Committees on HQS Wellington, 4pm and 5.30pm.

Wed 8 Nov:
Court Meeting at Guildhall.

Tues 21 Nov TBC:
Quill Pen Lunch at Mansion House with the new Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress. A diary note and booking form will be issued.

Fri 24 Nov:
Curry lunch on HQS Wellington, 12.30 for 1.00pm. No booking will be issued. Please contact the Clerk's office if you would like to attend. Ten places are available.

Tues 12 Dec:
Service of Lessons and Carols at our guild church of St Martin within Ludgate, 6pm, conducted by our new Hon Chaplain, The Reverend Steven Brookes, and followed by our Christmas Reception.

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