Freemen of the City of Oxford

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  • Spring 2017 Journal
    The Spring 2017 journal (#145) is now available from the archive page on this site.
    Posted by Geoff Gibbs
  • Advance Notification - Leicester Gild Banquet - 3rd June 2017

    Dear Fellow Freemen

     

    The Annual Banquet of the Gild of Freemen of the City of Leicester

    Saturday 3rd June 2017 at Devonshire Place, Leicester

    & the Annual Freemen’s Service at Leicester Cathedral

    At 10.30am on Sunday 4th June

     

    The Wardens of the Court, and myself, have pleasure in notifying you of our forthcoming Annual Banquet to be held on Saturday 3rd June 2017. On the Sunday morning, 4th June, the Leicester Freemen’s’ Annual Service will be held at Leicester Cathedral. 

     

    An informal  Welcome Supper, for visiting Freemen and their family and friends, will be held on Friday evening, 2nd June, in the Community Centre at Freemen’s Holt, Aylestone, Leicester.


    Details and booking form will be circulated shortly.


    Please circulate this information to members of your Gilds/Guilds.


    Your sincerely


    Lynn A Roffee

    Master - Gild of Freemen of the City of Leicester

    Posted 14 Nov 2016, 14:08 by Geoff Gibbs
  • Autumn 2016 Journal
    The Autumn 2016 journal (#144) is now available from the archive page on this site.
    Posted 23 Oct 2016, 06:24 by Geoff Gibbs
  • Freeman Accounts
    As mentioned in the last journal, attached are two files relating to Freeman Accounts for 2015.
    Posted 23 Oct 2016, 06:23 by Geoff Gibbs
  • The Freemen of Oxford Send Our Best Wishes...
    The Rt Hon Earl of Bathurst is the Patron of the Freemen of England and Wales and was due to attend the recent AGM meeting in York.
    Around a month earlier, he was suddenly taken ill with a severe allergic reaction and was on life support for several weeks. Thankfully he is over the worst but is on a long road to recovery.
    He describes himself as a farmer and was distraught he could not help with this years harvest. He is now learning emailing from his bed.
    This is posted on our website as the Earl Bathurst lives close by at Cirencester Park. The Freemen of Gloucester have sent him a get well card. The Freemen of Oxford send our best wishes for a speedy return to full health and fitness.

    -- Howard
    Posted 1 Oct 2016, 06:03 by Geoff Gibbs
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