4 AUGUST 2021
Stationers and their partners (and not just those based in the the North) celebrated Yorkshire Day in style with afternoon tea at the Oulton Hall, Leeds, courtesy of the BPIF in league with the Northern Stationers.
2 AUGUST 2021
News of the BOSS Awards returning as a live event in Manchester in November 2021
28 JULY 2021
On Tuesday, 27 July, at the Court meeting held at Cutlers’ Hall, the Master cloathed three new Liverymen. They are:
Simon Baldry - Director, Identibadge
Tony Henfrey - Retired Company Director and Old Stationer
Ella Kahn - Literary Agent and Director, Diamond Kahn & Woods Literary Agency Ltd
27 JULY 2021
Freeman Ian Mansfield has let us know that the Georgian Society publishes a regular magazine, and are now putting their archive online. They've just added the 2018 editions, and they published a long article about Livery Halls being rebuilt after the Great Fire of London - including Stationers' Hall, which might be of interest. Click here to read.
6 JULY 2021
At Goldsmith's Hall on Tuesday 6 July 2021 Robert Flather was elected Master of the Stationers' Company and was duly installed in the traditional ceremony.
5 JULY 2021
Delayed by almost a month and meeting in accordance with Covid regulations a limited number of Stationers gathered at St Bride's for the annual Richard Johnson Service.
1 JULY 2021
A somewhat belated, and much reduced (in-line with Covid restrictions) Charter Dinner took place on 23 June at Butchers' Hall.
1 JULY 2021
The results are in!
29 JUNE 2021
At a special and socially distanced meeting of the Court yesterday, 28 June 2021, the Master was delighted to cloathe three people in person and one via Zoom. The ceremony took place at Cutler's Hall.
24 JUNE 2021
After a year's absence because of the pandemic the Company is delighted that the Stationers' Innovation Excellence Awards are back. On Tuesday, 22 June 2021 the winners were announced and awards presented at a live hybrid, ceremony.
9 JUNE 2021
We're looking forward to our forthcoming Charter Dinner, celebrating the grant of a Royal Charter to the Stationers' Company in 1557. The original Charter was lost, probably in the 1666 Fire of London, but you'll all be familiar with the rather splendid 1684 Charter granted by Charles II in 1684, a facsimile of which (see image) hangs in the Court Room. Click here to read about the history of the Charter.