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A whole range of Masters from different companies were shown, during the course of the visit, the progress and attainment possible and we were most impressed and felt that this was definitely the sort of facility we should all be supporting and encouraging.The quality of some of the projects in stone carving and furniture making was quite outstanding and showed just what can be achieved, given the right environment.
Their Master Certificate Scheme recognises excellence in the art, craft science and practice of carpentry and joinery and various courses take students through from the basics to the pinnacle of success.
The hospitality which he had arranged for us at the nearby RAF Club was an excellent way for us to enjoy time together and reflect on the importance of this monument and the contribution of the RAF to our security both in the past and the present.
Wednesday June 15th - checking the cash, riding the Coaches and Walking the catwalk.
Whilst I ate my scrambled eggs with the Master Stationer Mrs Helen Esmonde, I reflected that ballots and elections can be very strange things.
Fortunately, the Election of Sheriffs, which was my next destination, was much more straight forward.
There was a march past of retired and serving soldiers as we listened to the National Anthem and the speeches given by the Mayoral Party.
On a day of extraordinary historical change for our country it was good to be reminded that the City retains its age old traditions come what may.....
We then went our separate ways as, along with the Learned Clerk, I headed for the Worshipful Company of Coachmakers and Coach Harness Makers (the longest of the Livery names) Summer Court Dinner and the Mistress proceeded to a charity fashion show at The Old Bailey.
The Clerk to the Company, Commander Mark Leaning RN gave a most entertaining talk about his extraordinary experiences in combat whilst Doug Willis, Managing Editor of the London Evening Standard explained how his newspaper had become managed by ex KGB staff (although they did keep out of the editorial; control of his newspaper). Meanwhile the Mistress was enjoying the fashion show which was in aid of The Sheriff and Recorder’s Fund and Blue Sky, both of which work to support prisoners and their families.
This was designed by architect Liam O’Connor and built in 2012 using Portman stone to commemorate the 55,5073 members of the allied forces who died within Bomber Command , most of them in the Second World War.
The RAF Benevolent Fund is the official guardian of this monument and they take their work very seriously as their Director of Strategy and Fund Raising Mike Neville made clear in his presentation.
My first job today was to go to The Hall and attend a meeting of the Finance Committee and the good news is that in spite of ‘choppy’ times at our Hall, all is being managed very well indeed.