13 JULY 2022
The BPIF are keen to remind potential entrants about the British Book Design and Production Awards.
11 JULY 2022
Members will be interested in this virtual seminar organised by the BOSS Environmental Forum. Read more for further details.
9 JULY 2022
On Friday, 8 July some 17 Royal Marines arrived in London having yomped 56 miles on foot from Windsor to the City of London, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Falklands conflict, in which yomping played such an important role.
7 JULY 2022
The IPM tells the story of the amazing pair of scissors used in the grand re-opening of Stationers' Hall
6 JULY 2022
At a special meeting of the Master and Wardens Committee on 5 July Robert Flather, on his final day as Master, was delighted to make Professor Jacob Rawlins Free of the Company. Jacob lectures on publishing and editing as well as linguistics at Brigham Young University in Utah, USA. He has brought a party of students to the Hall on occasion and we are looking forward to welcoming this year's group next week.
5 JULY 2022
On 5 July 2022 at a Special Court Meeting held at Stationers' Hall a new Master, Moira Sleight, was elected.
4 JULY 2022
On 4 July the Lord Mayor and the Master re-opened the newly refurbished Stationers' Hall after a closure of nearly two years.
30 JUNE 2022
At meeting of the Court held at Apothecaries’ Hall on 29 June 2022 the Master bound five apprentices and made eight who had completed their apprenticeships Free of the Company.
28 JUNE 2022
The big day will shortly be upon us and members will be delighted to learn that on 4 July Stationers’ Hall will reopen after a two-year refurbishment programme.
20 JUNE 2022
At the Master and Wardens’ meeting held at the St Bride Foundation on Monday, 20 June there was a Freedom Ceremony during which the following was made free:-
Profession Ian Gadd - Professor of English Literature at Bath Spa University
15 JUNE 2022
On 14 June 2022 a slightly depleted group of US members met with the Under Warden for dinner in New York.
13 JUNE 2022
On 31 May at a highly-successful, sell-out Literary Lunch in Ye Olde Watling Pub the roles were reversed when our usual interviewer, Liveryman Peter Day was interviewed by Freeman Georgina Brown who last year had been one of Peter's Interviewees!.