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Past Master Richard Sermon MBE was Sheriff in 2010/2011.

David Wernick, Richard Proctor, Stephen Clark and Graham Westwell the Masters from 2009 to 2012 inclusive came together to launch BattleBack - a fund that was to provide grants for specialized sports equipment and training to enable disabled servicemen and women to have the opportunity to be considered for the GB Paralympics team. Harrow School also adopted the fund as its charity beneficiary for its Long Decker day in 2011 and in all over £ 160,000 was raised. Two of our Patrons the then Chief of the Defence Staff, Sir David Richards became an Honorary Liveryman and Sir Stephen Dalton then Air Chief Marshall has become a Liveryman and subsequently a Court Assistant.

In November 2015 our Honorary Court Assistant, Lord Mountevans became Lord Mayor

The Company increased its connections with and support of the craft. In 2016 the Company had a retired Wheelwright and two Working Wheelwrights as Liverymen and eleven Yeomen of the Company. Connections have been forged with wheelwrights in Colonial Willamsburg, Virginia, USA. In 2014 we initiated through the Livery Companies Skills Council two apprentice wheelwrights on a three year scheme. For details of current activities please visit our Craft Section.