A traditional Guild Ceremony followed by an afternoon tea reception was held in the lovely setting of The Members Dining Room at Guildhall. We were delighted that 21 new Freemen of the Guild were able to make their declarations to the Guild of Nurses in front of the Immediate Past Master, Wardens, Court Assistants and…

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On Tuesday the 18th of February 2020, Freemen, members and guests of The Guild of Nurses came together for an informative and entertaining tour conducted by the Beadle, David Hasler of Cutlers’ Hall in Warwick Lane.  This has been the home of the Worshipful Company of Cutlers since March 1888.  He was ably accompanied by…

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A lecture organised by the Health Liveries Group The Master, Upper Warden, Middle Warden, Honorary Clerk and several Freemen attended a lecture given by Dr Katie Berhens on mental health in the workplace. This was organised through the Health Livery Partnership which the Guild of Nurses is part of. Dr Berhens is a GP in…

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Friends, partners and ‘significant others’ joined Guild members to enjoy dinner together at Byward Kitchen & Bar in the shadow of the Tower of London (I would recommend this – lovely food and nice staff) – prior to walking to the Tower for admission at 21.00. There we witnessed the ‘Ceremony of the Keys’. This…

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  The Master and Upper Warden represented the Guild of Nurses at the opening of the Guildhall Christmas Market supporting the British Red Cross at the Guildhall. It was attended by the Lord Mayor and we also met with colleagues from the Worshipful Company of Blacksmiths. We are pictured here with one of our Freemen…

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The Guild of Nurses held a third splendid dinner in the Terrace Dining Rooms of the House of Commons in November. Due to the Dissolution of Parliament, our Founder Warden Anne Milton was unable to host the evening and not even able to attend herself under Parliamentary rules. So, at quite short notice new agreements…

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On a cold, bleak Saturday morning members of the Guild of Nurses gathered at Stationer’s Hall. We were there for a nice warming cup of coffee or tea before heading out to see the pomp and pageantry of The Lord Mayor’s Show. And what a delight it was. There were several marching bands and floats…

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On Monday 14th October, the Guild held its annual service in St. Lawrence Jewry. Many freemen and their guests attended. We were also delighted to welcome representatives of our charitable donors; Nightingale Fellowship, Chantry-Robinson Fund and the Ann Campbell RBNA Memorial fund. Other guests included the Masters and Clerks from the Guild of Entrepreneurs and…

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On Saturday 12th October, the Master and Freemen of the Guild of Nurses gathered at the Edith Cavell Memorial, on a gloomy wet day in London. We were there to commemorate the anniversary of Nurse Cavell’s execution in Belgium in 1915. The ceremony was led by Deborah Critchley a Trustee of the Edith Cavell Trust.…

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