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The Marketors were invited to be guests of the King’s Troop, Royal Horse Artillery

Some of you may remember WO2 Tomas Stringer RLC of 210 Squadron 151 Regiment when he was promoted at our Curry Night in 2016. Subsequently he has become our ‘unofficial’ Field Liaison Officer and has arrange most of the ‘field’ activities that Marketors have been invited to. As a test for the future, he arranged,

By |July 13th, 2017|Uncategorized|

151 Regiment RLC

Phil Andrews, Andrew Cross and myself went down to Croydon and lunched with the new CO of 151 Regiment, Lt Col David Miller RLC; the departing CO, Lt Col Mike Taylor MBE RLC; the Deputy Lieutenant for the London Borough of Croydon, Colonel Ian McRobbie OBE TD DL; and the Regiments RSM WO1 Vince Chattell

By |June 16th, 2017|News|

The Marketors sponsored two Commanding Officers to become Freemen of the City of London

The Marketors sponsored the two Commanding Officers of their affiliates, HMS St Albans and 151 Regiment RLC, to become Freemen of the City of London and the joint ceremony took place at the Guildhall last week. Both Commander Richard Hutchings RN and Lt Col Mike Taylor MBE RLC received their copy of the Freedom in

By |June 7th, 2017|News|

The Worshipful Company of Marketors Rededication Service – 26th April 2017

For those who were unable to attend, or would like to reflect on the service, here is a transcript and audio from The Worshipful Company of Marketors Rededication Service held at 11am on 26th April 2017 at St Bride's Church, Fleet Street. The service was conducted by The Reverend Canon Dr Alison Joyce. Listen to

By |April 27th, 2017|Events, News, St Bride's|
  • Charity Dinner

Event: Gurkhas Diamond Birthday

The Marketors are affiliated to 151 Regiment RLC and since they were amalgamated into the main RLC they are formally paired with the 10th Queen’s Own Gurkha Logistics Regiment who have attended a number of Curry Nights and Cocktail Evenings jointly organised with the Marketors and 151 Regiment and will be attending other events and

By |April 25th, 2017|Events, News|
  • School children learning from Navy officer

School children learn about life at sea at HMS St Albans

The HMS St Albans returned to Portsmouth on Tuesday 28th March and docked there before and during the Easter holiday period. During this time, it was decided to open up the ship for school children to visit and learn about what a day would be like for crew members on the HMS St Albans. Learning

By |April 20th, 2017|Master's Blog, News|
  • Brewery Tour

Event: Meantime Brewing Company Visit

On Saturday 6th May, the Worshipful Company of Marketors have been invited to enjoy a tutored beer tasting and tour of the UK's largest craft beer brewery. Attendees can enjoy a two course lunch and detailed tour, and there will be an opportunity to buy any of the samples tasted during the day. If you

By |April 10th, 2017|Events, Master's Blog, News|

Master’s Blog – 26th March

One of the things I’ve enjoyed most throughout my working life has been the opportunity to enter, however briefly, other people’s worlds. I’ve watched dancers being put through their paces in a rackety Bollywood Film Studio by a harridan with a megaphone and been invited to see already married teenage women in Dubai going back

By |March 26th, 2017|Master's Blog|
  • Visitor Day

A great opportunity to introduce new members to our Company

Actively encouraging new members into the Livery is one of our four Aims and we look to our current Freemen and Liverymen to identify suitably qualified contacts – people whom you believe have the potential to become the future of the Marketors. By holding a prospective members’ evening we give you the perfect opportunity to

By |March 15th, 2017|Events, Master's Blog, News|
  • Bristol Royal Navy Students

Bristol students take to Sea

Two students from Bristol University Royal Naval Unit (URNU) were given the opportunity to experience life on board the fleet ready escort, HMS St Albans, during her journey from Portsmouth into London. The ship gave the two Officer Cadets (OC) the full works of maritime experiences, including visits to every department as well as witnessing

By |March 14th, 2017|Armed Forces & Cadets, News|