Guildhall 25 Apr:  The Annual Education Supper
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Assignments and adventures

 
Members' Articles

Over recent years, our members have contributed a host of articles to our regular monthly newsletters. These articles have covered a wide range of topics, both personal and professional, around their work and travel. They are gathered here under this heading, in reverse chronological order.

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Thoughts from Down Under....

PM William Barnard, enjoying getting to know the wide variety and excellence of today's Australian (and Kiwi) wines 

 

A howl like Godzilla....

Past Master Sankey joins the bittersweet farewell to the last flying Avro Vulcan....

 

Your vote can bring clean drinking water to impoverished villagers....

Entrepreneurship in Cambodia, Madagascar and india....

 

Religious freedom issues - two perspectives

In a world rife with conflict and war, the Faith Group discuss some of the key issues....

Next meeting Monday 16th November 2015: 6:00 for 6.30 pm at St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace, 78 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 4AG

 

WCOMC – making a difference....

How much do we manage our brand, our visibility and our value (outside that we provide to members) ?

 

Consultants with skin in the game....

Prospects in the Ukraine for a portable medical device?

Meet Anna Starynska. You’ll like her story...

Baroque by candlelight… at Pall Mall on a wonderful London evening in July....

Was it an Aston Martin that I saw in the lobby of the RAC?....

Dangerous games at the Summer "Shoptalk"….

Liveryman Karen Smith demonstrates a 14th Century pastime, and company members shatter glass in imitation....

Wimbledon 2015: How did the Brit Pack perform? And what hopes for the future?....

The One-Two Crunch.   Straight from Markham Hill....

 

Winching and dining.....!

The Company sailors carve through the waters at Cowes....

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