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Liveryman Chris Roycroft-Davis who has been a Fleet Street journalist for almost half a century attended the News Media Group event at Stationers' Hall last night and writes:

Members may well be keen to get to grips with the major points of the Cairncross Review into the sustainability of the UK news industry in the digital age and the Press Gazette coverage, accessible via this link, provides a clear overview.

Members should log in and click here to find details of this event organised by the Worshipful Company of Management Consultants and featuring our Under Warden the Right Reverend Dr Stephen Platten and Court Assistant Michael Binyon OBE.   

Members interested in attending the Basketmakers' Company's 450th Anniversary Trade Fair  on Tuesday 19 February, 2019 between 1.15pm and 3pm should log in and click here to go through to the Members Only Notice Board

Members interested in attending the Sheriffs' Ball in aid of the Lord Mayor's Appeal should log in and click here to go through to the Members Only Notice Board

At the Court meeting on Tuesday 5 February the Master cloathed three new Liverymen.  They are (from L-R in the photo):

Erin Wirz – Key Account Manager,  D S Smith Packaging 
Liz Gill – Freelance Journalist 
Steve Burry – Managing Director, Dennis Maps Ltd 

We wish them well and hope that we shall see them even more frequently at the Hall and enjoying those events and activities which are open to Liverymen.

Past Master Tom Hempenstall has organised a trip to the World War 1 Battlefields on 21-24 May 2019 for a small group travelling by executive minicoach. 

Justine Solomons of Byte the Book has arranged for members of the Stationers' Company to benefit from a special offer on tickets for a special event, Confluence, on 15 February 2019. 

Congratulations to Freeman Fred Fenwick who is out skiing in Morzine for the Company.  Yesterday he came eighth out of 206  in the slalom and Court Assistant Oliver Gadsby caught his  fabulous finish on

video.

The Stationers' ski teams (Oh yes! We have two this year!) are currently out in Morzine skiing their hearts out for the Company. Latest news received from team captain, Court Assistant Martin Woodhead is that in the Team Distance Challenge the Stationers' A team (Freeman Martin de la Bedoyere, Freeman Freddie Fenwick, Court Assistant Oliver Gadsby and Court Assistant Nick Mockett) is in sixth place and the B team is, shall we say, a little further down the rankings. Good luck to them all in the rest of the competition and many thanks to Oliver for the superb photo of Morzine where the temperature first thing on Wednesday  morning was a teeth-shattering -17!

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