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Shepherds Launched a new book called 'The Cinderella of the Arts a Short History of Sangorski & Sutcliffe' on Wednesday 25 November. To view the press release click here.

Good to see that Court Assistant, Trevor Fenwick, was on the panel discussion at last months European Information Industry Network Conference. The theme for the seminar was ‘Digital Growth, Speed and Agility’. James Evelegh from InPublishing has listed four key takeaways from the event. Please click here to view the article.

Members will be happy to know that bursary recipient and Freeman, Zara Markland, has been elected chair of the society of Young Publishers and

The Annual Feast Day of St Cecilia was celebrated on 21 & 22 November at Stationers’ Hall. The Hanover Band played tremendously well and guests thoroughly enjoyed two days of fine music, fine food and fine wine! It was a special treat to have Past Master, Noel Osborne, conduct the orchestra for the first half of the evening on Saturday. Classics including Mozart, Schubert and Weber were played and videos can be viewed here. To see the Master's thoughts on the event please visit the Master's Blog.

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Libby Purves OBE spoke to Liveryman and first female Master of the Honourable Company of Air Pilots, Dorothy Saul-Pooley on Wednesday’s Radio 4 mid-week programme.  They discussed

Court Assistant Martin Woodhead reports that he attended the IPG Autumn Conference:

Stationers' Hall was packed with 230 people creating a wonderful atmosphere last Saturday when members, their families and friends came together to watch the Lord Mayor’s Show Parade at St Paul's. Although the weather was miserable it did not dampen their spirits.

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As our Stationers' float passed

Noel Penzer, CEO of Timeout joined the Today show on BBC Radio 4 this morning in their regular Friday Boss slot and discussed Timeout’s transition from print to the digital platform.

Members are sure to want to send their congratulations to Paddy and Caroline Belton on the new addition to their family, a beautiful baby girl! 

 

 

The office team gathered in the courtyard today for a small ceremony and two minute silence for Remembrance Day. The silence was followed by a short speech by the Clerk and the Master then layed down a wreath by the WW1 memorial plaque outside the hall.

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