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Evensong and presentation of the Torchères

Evensong at St Paul’s Cathedral Tuesday 26th February 2019 to include the presentation of two specially commissioned torchères by the Company to the Cathedral.

When: Tue 26 Feb 2019 17:00 – 19:00
Where: St. Paul’s Cathedral, St. Paul’s Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD, UK (map)

To commemorate the Company’s involvement with the restoration of the bells of the St Paul’s Cathedral, Master in Turning Liveryman Stuart Mortimer, was commissioned to make a pair of prayer torchères for presentation to the Cathedral. The presentation will take place during Evensong, which commences at 5.00 pm, on Tuesday 26th February. It is hoped that as many Company members will be able to attend, what will be for the Company, a very special service, but all members of the public are also very welcome to attend. Choral Evensong is one of the most-loved services at St Paul’s, usually sung by the Cathedral Choir.

 


Liveryman and Master in Turning Stuart Mortimer

 

On 28th October 2014 Stuart was awarded the title of ‘Master Turner’ by the Worshipful Company of Turners. The certificate states ‘in recognition of a lifetime of contribution and outstanding achievement in the art and mystery of the craft of turning’. Stuart is the second turner to be so honoured in present times, the other being the late Ray Key.

He was presented with the award by The Lord Mayor of London Dame Fiona Woolf accompanied by Col. John Bridgeman, Master of the Turners Company.

 

 

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