Mansion House Banquet

Thursday, 12th October 2017

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The Annual Livery Banquet will be held at The Mansion House, in the Egyptian Hall, at 6.15pm for 7.00pm on 12th October, 2017. The Lord Mayor’s office has confirmed that, as his diary now stands, the Lord Mayor should be free to attend on that day.

If you wish to attend this very special occasion in the Company’s calendar, please RSVP by no later than Thursday, 28th September 2017. The cost per person of attending this Dinner is £155 (including VAT @ 20%).

The Master hopes that all members of the Court will wear white tie/evening dress, and Liverymen and guests are also encouraged to do so, although dinner jackets (with black bow tie) are perfectly acceptable.

Reflecting the work of the Livery in the world of spirits, the Livery seeks to showcase an enhanced and exciting offer of spirits at its functions. For the Mansion House reception, the spirits serve will take the form of The Master’s Bar. Champagne, whisky and non alcoholic drinks will, of course, also be available.

Please contact the Assistant Clerk, Kim Lyons, on if you require further information.

Tickets are only available to members. Please log in to purchase.

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