13-Mar: Spring Lunch 2018 – Armourers’ Hall
For Freemen and their Business Guests The Spring Lunch (an overtly business affair) is held annually on the Tuesday after Mothering Sunday, where Freemen and their business guests are nourished (both physically and intellectually) with a good lunch and a heavyweight speaker.
The Master Entrepreneur has invited Mr Robert Hiscox to address Freemen and guests after lunch on the subject of Risk, Belief – and the Entrepreneur, and all may expect to enjoy a stimulating afternoon of fine food and drink in very good company.
By the kind permission of the Master of the Worshipful Company of Armourers & Brasiers, this year’s Spring Lunch will be held in the magnificent Armourers’ Hall in Coleman Street on Tuesday 13th March, beginning with reception drinks at midday. Beneath the resplendent arms and armour on display throughout this Georgian Hall, the Guild of Entrepreneurs welcomes representatives from its affiliates at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, and guests from the City of London.
Welcome drinks will be served from midday, and then lunch (two courses – main course and dessert or cheese – with wine and coffee) at 12.30pm. The Master will reply briefly to Mr Hiscox, and lunch itself will conclude at 2pm. The Master then welcomes all Freemen and guests to a refreshing stirrup cup of wines and ales (included) in the Drawing Room following Lunch.
Carriages at 2.30pm, though the conversation will certainly continue at a nearby hostelry.
Dress code : Lounge Suit For men, this means a dark suit, black shoes, white shirt, sober tie. For ladies, this means smart day dress (hats optional)
Booking deadline : MIDDAY TUESDAY 6TH MARCH
Please book online to reserve your place: Use the code DirectPay if you would prefer to pay by BACS or Cheque. Cheques should be sent to: The Clerk, Guild of Entrepreneurs, 15 Abchurch Lane, London. EC4N 7BW
Date : 13th March 2018
Time: 12 midday – 14.30
Venue: Armourers’ Hall 81 Coleman Street London EC2R 5BJ
Ticket cost: £75
Nearest Station :Moorgate or Bank
image (c) The Worshipful Company of Armourers & Brasiers