The Brewers’ Company is one of the oldest Livery Companies in the City of London and ranks fourteenth in order of precedence. The Company received its first charter from Henry VI in 1438 when the brewers were incorporated as “The Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery or Art of Brewers of the City of London.”
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Education, Affiliations and New Liverymen
The Company’s October Court meeting and Luncheon took place at Brewers’ Hall last week was a wonderful celebration of what the Brewers are all about. Following on from the important business of running the Company, the Court were very pleased to admit two new Liverymen: Richard Shardlow of Tring Brewery and Charlotte Vowles of Everards Brewery and we are looking forward to working with them both in the future. Our newest Liverymen were invited to join the Court and other guests for lunch to celebrate. At the lunch, we were also delighted to welcome governors and staff from Dame Alice Owen’s School, one of the schools supported by the Brewers’ Company. Hannah Nemko, who recently took on the role of Headteacher at the...