Creative Cutlery Exhibition – 16 September

As part of our Sexcentenary celebrations, the Cutlers Company teamed up with the Institute of Making to run a competition to design and make a new implement, tool or device for eating.   The judges of the competition were Ms. Zoe … Read More

Thames Path Challenge – 10 September

On 10 September, as part of the Cutlers Sexcentenary Masters’ Challenge, The Master and Isobel Clarke and daughter, the IPM and Sue Wichtowski, PM Richard Randolph and Pippa, along with Chris and Amanda Kent and Anthony Prynne, undertook different lengths … Read More

Household Cavalry Summer Camp

The Master, George Clarke, accompanied by the Company’s Affiliates Liaison, Adam Traill, visited our newest affiliate, The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment, on 24 July 2016, and presented Lt. Soames and Capt. Boyt with prizes for the tent pegging competition at … Read More

New Affiliation

The Company became affiliated with The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment, a new and exciting addition to our current affiliates, being the only Regular Army unit with which we are affiliated. The memorandum of association was signed by the Master, Janek … Read More

Cutlers to Cutlers Cycle Ride

Over the weekend of 6/7 August, Cutler Peter Randolph, and friends Nick Clark and Stuart Fearne cycled from Cutlers Hall in Warwick Lane to Cutlers Hall in Hallamshire, where they were welcomed by the current Master & Mistress Cutler in … Read More

Skydiving!

On 29 July this year, the I.P.M. Janek Wichtowski, and the newly elected Master of the Company, George Clarke, as well as our Beadle’s wife, Shirley Hasler, literally laid their lives on the line for charity.  They jumped out of … Read More

Welcome to our new Master

On 20 July 2016 George Clarke was installed as Master of the Cutlers Company for 2016/17, our Sexcentenary Year.  At the same time, Colin Evans became Senior Warden, and Tim Osborne-Jones Junior Warden

New Assistant Clerk

After three very successful years as Executive Assistant, Iben Muriel has been appointed Assistant Clerk of the Company.  This will enable her to take more responsibility and share some of the load during this Sexcentenary year.

Visit to Firmins in Birmingham

As part of the Company’s search by the Master for more sword producing companies, he and the Master Elect and Clerk visited Firmins factory in Birmingham.   From modest beginnings in 1655 as button makers, Firmin & Sons became the leading … Read More

The Master Elect

    The Master Elect prepares to take office!