Your President, Professor Roger Venables, and his wife, business partner and fellow CGCA member Jean invite Guilds Men
and Women, their
partners and guests to join them at Stationers’ Hall, where superb food will be complemented by Claret
Vintage Port from the Association's cellar.
The guest speaker will be Lord (Tony) Berkeley. Lord Berkeley (Tony Gueterbock,OBE, CEng, MICE, Hon FIMechE, Hon DSc, FRSA, FCIT)
has been a member of the House of Lords since 1992. He is a passionate supporter of the right kind of infrastructure,
has a focus on the social and community benefits of infrastructure, and is Executive Chairman of the Rail Freight Group,
which has been working tirelessly to increase the amount of goods conveyed by rail since 1991.
The Annual Dinner is always a great opportunity to renew long-standing friendships and make new
Stationers’ Hall is in Ave Maria Lane, London EC4M 7DD, in the heart of the City of London, close to St Paul’s Cathedral.
Stationers derives its name from the stalls or ‘stations’ set up by manuscript writers and illuminators
around St Paul’s
Cathedral. Because of this they were given the nickname ‘Stationers’ and this was the obvious choice of
name for the guild
they established in 1403. The present hall was started in 1670, after the original hall
was destroyed by The Great Fire.
Reserve your place now for the Annual Dinner, to be held on Friday 20th March 2015. Simply open the booking form by clicking on the icon below, complete then print the form using your browser print facility.
Please mail the printed form to the CGCA Office by Monday 23rd February.
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100th Annual Dinner 2013
The Association's 100th Annual Dinner was held at The Mansion House, City of London on 17th May 2013. The Mansion House is the residence and office of the Lord Mayor
of the City of London and provided a magnificent venue for the Dinner. In elegant and historic surroundings, members and their guests enjoyed superb food, complemented by Claret and Vintage Port from the Association's cellar. Although it's was a formal occasion requiring black tie, with prestigious guest
speakers including the Lord Mayor of the City of London, it was characterised by a friendly, good-humoured atmosphere and members of all ages attended.
To see further details and photographs from the dinner please visit our new Events sub site by clicking here
Photographs from previous Dinners