New Appointments

Court Assistants

Freeman (by Redemption)

Mr David Croll

Mr Jonathan Gibson

Mr Ian Millar

Mr Julian Morris

Mr William Wemyss

Freeman (Honorary)

Mr Phelan Hill MBE

Freeman (by Presentation)

Dr Jerry Avis


Commodore Jock Alexander

Mr Robert Anderson

Mr Edward Bates
Mr Charles Beamish
Miss Zara Churton
Mr Raymond Davidson
Mr Gordon Doctor

Mr Dhavall Gandhi
Mr Angus Gordon-Lennox
Mr Stephen Gould
Mr Simon Hales

Mr Nathan Last

Mr Guy Lawrence
Mr William Lowe
Mrs Amanda Ludlow
Mr Edward Ludlow
Mr Paul Mathew
Mr Christopher Maybin
Mr Timothy McCreath

Mr Russell Mellor
Mr Nigel Mills

Mr Fraser Morrison

Mr Jamie Norman

Mr Peter Prentice
Miss Elizabeth Rudd
Mr Sukhinder Singh

Mr Edward Thornton
Mr Glenn Tutsell

Mr Michael Vachon

Mr Thomas Warner

Mr Richard Urquhart
Mr Stuart Urquhart

Liverymen (Honorary)

Rt Hon Lord McFall of Alcluith

Liverymen (By Presentation)

Squadron Leader Jerry Avis

Mr Simon Collins

Mrs Kim Lyons

Corporate Freemen

Mr John Broadbridge: William Grant & Sons

Mr John Burke: Bacardi

Mr Gian Paolo Leproni: Bacardi

Mr Ian Taylor: Bacardi


Mr Garvin Brown IV
Mr Nicholas Carr
Mr Jean Deillon
Capt James Parkin

Honorary Steward

Sir George Bull
Mr Geoffrey Bush
Mr Michael Campbell
Mr David Hunter
Mr Robert Russell
Mr Christopher Searle
Mr Michael Walpole

Master’s Blog – January

January began well with an “eat through” of the menu we have chosen for the February Livery lunch. I was joined in this endeavour by the Mistress, the Assistant Clerk and Liveryman...

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Master’s Blog – December

My first Master’s blog starts with the Installation Dinner, and the transfer of Mastership from Bryan Burrough, which is very well reported in the accompanying article by Emma Fox. It was...

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Worshipful Company of Distillers Crest

The Worshipful Company of Distillers

The Worshipful Company of Distillers is a Livery Company of the City of London dating back to the reign of King Charles I.

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Carol Service 2018

The Company’s Annual Carol service took place at our church, St Lawrence Jewry where those attending were able to loosen their vocal chords at the reception with a glass or two of Pommery...

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