The Annual Awards Dinner was held on 4th July at Stationers' Hall
As usual, a Court meeting was held prior to the dinner and we were pleased to welcome new Liveryman Rosemary Charles.
We were also very pleased to have Dr Kevin Stenson Chief Executive of the Smallpeice Trust as our guest speaker and he was accompanied by Georgina Hare of the Arkwright Trust with whom we have established an engineering scholarship. Liverymen and guests were very interested in what he had to say about the need for more young people to study STEM subjects. A copy of his speech can be downloaded here.
Liveryman and Chief Executive of the Royal School of Needlework Dr Susan Kay Williams was on hand to introduce two prize winners - Jasmine Dawson, who also received a prize last year and Rebecca Offredi - who brought samples of their beautiful work.
Major Tony Harris Second-in-Command 3 PWRR read citations for Lt Tony Long who was presented with the Needlemakers Sword and Sgt Olivery Soord Gurney who received the Salerno Trophy.
A small number of photographs of the evening are available on Flickr.