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Food is Medicine at Chelsea Physic

June 19th 2019
Chelsea Physic Garden welcomes the Guardian’s ‘New Vegan’ columnist Meera Sodha to its next Food is Medicine-themed Supper Talk on Thursday 25th July at 7pm. Read the rest of this entry

YOU SHALL GO TO THE BALL...

June 17th 2019
Sheriffs Alderman Vincent Keaveny and The Hon Liz Green liverymen invite liverymen to support the annual Sheriffs’ Ball, held at Guildhall on Friday 20th September in aid of The Lord Mayor’s Appeal. Read the rest of this entry

Just follow the Lord Mayor...

June 17th 2019
The Lord Mayor’s Appeal Abseil Challenge takes place at Barclays in Canary Wharf on Friday 5th July. Registration is open at https://www.thelordmayorsappeal.org/events/665/abseil-challenge-at-barclays/. Read the rest of this entry

DRINKING FOR A GOOD CAUSE

June 17th 2019
The Brewers’ Company Annual City Beerfest, held in aid of the Lord Mayor’s Appeal, takes place in Guildhall Yard on Thursday 18th July between 12.30-9pm. Sixteen breweries will be there providing the finest beers for your enjoyment. Read the rest of this entry

Sheriffs ride through the City

June 17th 2019
On Wednesday 10th July Sheriffs Vincent Keaveny and Liz Green are taking to horseback to ride through the City of London, visiting various landmarks and livery halls whilst raising money for the Sheriffs’ & Recorder’s Fund. Read the rest of this entry

TUDOR, TRADER, SHIPPER, SPY?

June 17th 2019
As part of the celebrations to mark the 500th anniversary of the birth of its founder Sir Thomas Gresham (he also founded the Royal Exchange), Gresham College is staging an exhibition called 'Tudor, Trader, Shipper, Spy?' Read the rest of this entry

LIGHTING THE WAY FOR FOOD PRODUCTION

June 17th 2019
The Lightmongers’ Company hold their William Wright Lecture on 27th June (6pm - 8pm University College London Auditorium). Read the rest of this entry

war and peace

March 18th 2019
A remarkable exhibition which tells the stories of the Royal Hospital Chelsea and the Royal Parks during the First World War. Read the rest of this entry

where reality meets the imagination

January 9th 2019
Visions and Visionaries is the title of a fascinating free exhibition at the Guildhall Art Gallery until 28th April. Read the rest of this entry

The London International Mime Festival

January 9th 2019
Between 13th January and 13th February the Barbican hosts the 42nd Mime Festival with four live theatre shows and two screenings. Read the rest of this entry

The role of women in London guilds

January 9th 2019
The Guildhall Library’s free exhibition Women, Work and the City comes to an end on 18th January. Read the rest of this entry

THE TIRELESS WORK OF THE WAR GRAVES COMMISSION

November 8th 2018
The Gardeners’ Company Harvest Festival this year was held at the Church of St Vedas alias Foster in the City. The Principal speaker at the event was Lt General Sir William Rollo KCB, CBE, Commissioner of the War Graves Commission. This the text of his address: Read the rest of this entry

Sheep Drive

September 30th 2018
Apply now if you would like places in Sheep Drive across London Bridge Read the rest of this entry

GREEN HEALTH LIVE CONFERENCE

September 23rd 2018
A day conference for professionals and those interested in the healing environment will be held on Tuesday 2nd October at Lambeth Palace. Read the rest of this entry

SUCCESS FOR THE GARDENERS OF THE FUTURE

August 13th 2018
Eleven more enthusiastic new Future Gardeners have graduated from the special courses run by Bankside Open Spaces Trust in conjunction with the Gardeners’ Company. Read the rest of this entry

The very best of botanical art

July 4th 2018
Worth a Thousand Words is a new exhibition of botanical art launched today by the RHS at the Lindley Library in Vincent Square. It is open Monday-Friday from 10am to 5pm until 17th August. Read the rest of this entry