John Salmon, clerk of the Worshipful
Company of Spectacle Makers, commented: "We were incorporated in 1629 to direct the fight against visual impairment at home.
The monarch, who has sometimes been unhappy with likenesses, spent several minutes studying the eight-foot painting at the Worshipful
Company of Drapers in London.
Cariad was awarded the travel scholarhip by the Worshipful
Livery Company of Wales, which promotes the arts, science and technology in Wales.
They were welcomed at Holmfirth by the worshipful
master Allen France.
The Baroness Platt of Writtle Award is made by the Worshipful
Company of Engineers, a Livery Company of the City of London in conjunction with the Engineering Council.
Company of Engineers and the Institute of Engineering and Technology make the annual award to an undergraduate engineering student who has excelled in their studies.
A prize-giving ceremony was held by the Newcastle branch of the Institute of Plumbing & Heating Engineering on behalf of the Worshipful
Company of Plumbers.
This right was bestowed by the Crown on all liverymen of the Worshipful
Butchery Company several centuries ago - and John is a member.
Or Dylan and his baby-faced band greeted by worshipful
fans in Ireland.
Bill Skidmore, 70, has been presented with a Silver Woolsack trophy for his commitment to the Worshipful
Company of Woolmen.
MichelleParker, 46 (right),made historywhen she became the first woman to be appointed as liveryman of the Worshipful
Company of Blacksmiths.
As many of you will know, the Society has contributed to the Hawley Award of the Worshipful
Company of Engineers in the City of London and is involved with the judging.
The Newcastle branch of the Institute of Plumbing & Heating Engineering held a prizegiving on behalf of the Worshipful
Company of Plumbers.
Company of Founders stamped and tested bronze and brass weights, and in 1611 the Worshipful
Company of Plumbers were granted rights under a Charter to stamp and test iron and lead weights.
Simply and smartly directed by Gilbert Cates on a modest budget, ``Collected Stories'' relates the tale of Ruth Steiner (Linda Lavin), a celebrated writer and fiction professor, and her latest protege, a callow, ambitious and highly worshipful
pupil named Lisa Morrison (Samantha Mathis).