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Wired for sound – the Guild gets Podcasting

Within the Guild we blog, we Tweet, Instagram, post on LinkedIn and upload videos. What we haven’t yet done is...

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Where Sir Walter Raleigh and the Guild meet

Many will know that our current Master Peter Hewitt is a descendent of Sir Walter Raleigh. 400 years ago on 29th...

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Let’s Get Quizical

As 2019 begins and within the Guild we start planning and looking forward to another year of events, minds turned...

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What makes an entrepreneur? Our PRIME work lifts the lid

The Guild’s newest Committee considers policy and research into mindsets of entrepreneurs. Called PRIME it is a think-tank that builds...

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Raleigh400 Event 1 – Our historian shares his thoughts

Last evening, 12th December saw the first event in the Raleigh400 programme, commemorating the 400th anniversary of the execution of...

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Our Freemen in Focus – Rachel Wang

In the first of an occasional series we put one of our Freemen’s activity under the spotlight. Chocolate Films is a video...

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Welcome to our new Lord Mayor

Freeman Mark Huxley reflects on this year’s installation of the new Lord Mayor and the annual Lord Mayor’s Show. As...

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From the Master – Opening of the St Pauls Garden of Remembrance

As I mentioned at our last dinner, it has been both a pleasure and a privilege to represent the Guild...

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Guild Welcomes its new Honorary Chaplain

© Cate Hall At the conclusion of evensong on St Ethelburga’s Day (11th October) 2018, it was the great privilege...

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St Ethelburga’s Day 2018

  St Ethelburga, the enterprising 7th Century Abbess of Barking, founded a satellite convent on the site of All Hallows’...

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