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Members of the Company will be pleased to note that that at the Master and Wardens’ Committee meeting on Monday, 16 January twelve people were made free of the Company. They are from left to right in the photo back row:

Please note that we are now charging for use of the Committee Room and Members Room for non-company meetings (for example a Liverymen who wants to book a private meeting). This does not apply to Corporate Members who still get their free uses.

Members will be interested to read of another busy and successful term at SCWA.  Click here to go through to the SCWA page where you will find the Governors' report. 

December’s Bumper “Shout” was held at the Members Christmas Lunch at Stationers' Hall.

1st   Prize Sabrina Randall
2nd  Prize Paul Thornton
3rd   Prize Stephen Enthoven
4th   Prize Toby Jakes
5th   Prize Frank Dobson

Please kindly note that the office will be closed from Thursday, 22 December 2016 and will reopen on Tuesday, 3 January 2017. We wish you a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year! 

It hardly seems two minutes since the 2016 Inter Livery Swimathon but already the details are in for 2017! The fundraiser will again be held at the RAC Epsom on Thursday 2 March 2017.

This event is organised by the Chartered Surveyors’ Company and is aimed at raising funds for charity. We usually send half the proceeds to the Lord Mayor’s charity and half to the Stationers’ Foundation. This year the funds raised from the Lord Mayor’s Appeal will support the LSO Discovery programme, St Paul’s Music Outreach and Music in Hospitals and more can be found out about them here.

Members will want to congratulate fellow Liveryman Lord Black for being appointed the position of Chairman of Council at The Royal College of Music (RCM). 

Many thanks to Upper Warden Nick Steidl who alerted us to the mentions that the Company received on the Radio 4 Start the Week programme this morning. The programme focused on The Levellers who were revolutionaries who brought 17th century England to the edge of radical republicanism. In his biography (pictured and published by Verso), John Rees argues the Levellers are central figures in the country's history of democracy.

Members will be interested to know that The Book Trade Charity (BTBS) has announced its merger with The Bookbinders Charitable Society. Two of the oldest charitable institutions in the UK book trade have combined their resources in order to provide more effective and efficient services to a wider range of beneficiaries. The full press release can be viewed here.

The 200+ Club is exclusively for our members and their families at £30 per share each year, with financial prizes every month.

Watch out for our new leaflet and form in the December mailing. December is our BUMPER prize draw and the TOP prize is £500!

If you would like an application form you can obtain one online here

The Worshipful Company
of Stationers
and Newspaper Makers

Stationers' Hall
Ave Maria Lane
London EC4M 7DD

Telephone: 020 7248 2934
Fax: 020 7489 1975