About the event
Reflections of The Lord Mayor is an annual event that gives us an opportunity to celebrate the vital role of the Lord Mayor of London. One of the oldest continuously elected civic offices in the world, the Lord Mayor plays a vital part in the life of the City and in supporting UK plc. The Lord Mayor’s Appeal Charity is delighted to continue to be partnered with the Reflections of the Lord Mayor event.
The dinner is a fantastic way to reflect on the successes of the Lord Mayor while in office, including the impact the mayoral role has on the charities supported in that year. All profits from the Reflections of the Lord Mayor event go to the charity(s) nominated by the Lord Mayor who speaks at the event.
On Tuesday 01 May 2018, Alderman the Lord
This Year’s Sponsors
Thank you Azad Ayub for continuing to be our Headline Sponsor for a 3rd year
The Howard de Walden Estate
Thank you HdWE for continuing to be our Gold Sponsor for a 2nd year.
Registration Area Sponsor
Thank you P&O Cruises for being our Registration Area Sponsor this year
Last year, in 2017...Sir Roger Gifford, 685th Lord Mayor of London, shared his reflections themed “Whisky Galore at the Mansion House” on 17th May at Painters’ Hall, the home of one the City’s oldest livery companies.
Schedule for the Evening
Arrival Reception with Canapes and Drinks
Welcome by Event’s Founder Christopher Seow
Headline Sponsor Azad Ayub Introduces Diversity Champion
Diversity Champion Cyrus Todiwala OBE DL shares his journey
Sir David Wootton Welcome
Deputy Master of Trinity House Captain Ian McNaught says a grace
Dinner and Dessert, followed by Business Card Draw
Music Performance from the Royal College of Music Junior Department
Reflections by the Lord Mountevans, followed by short Q & A
Roundel presentation and donation to the Sea Cadets
This year’s event
Incorporated by Henry VIII on 20 May 1514, the Corporation of Trinity House of Deptford Strond has a long and storied history in service of the mariner.
Today, Trinity House is a charity dedicated to safeguarding shipping and seafarers, providing education, support and welfare to the seafaring community with a statutory duty as a General Lighthouse Authority to deliver
Alderman the Lord Mountevans
Alderman The Lord Mountevans was Lord Mayor of the City of London from November 2015 to November 2016, the 688th person to hold that office in an unbroken sequence going back to 1189. Lord Mountevans will describe experiences from the exceptionally ‘high octane’ mayoral year, with some 100 days overseas visiting 25 countries on 5 continents (among them China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, India and Brazil, but also Cuba – days after the Rolling Stones! – and representing the UK government at the Inauguration of the enlarged Panama Canal). He will also consider the City’s place in modern Britain and share his vision for the City post-Brexit where he will seek to highlight the opportunity.
Running now for the 5th year, click on titles to see the highlights past reflections.
Donations from the Reflections of the Lord Mayor event – raised from ticket sales and sponsorship – go to the charities nominated by the Lord Mayor who speaks at the event.
While Lord Mayor, Lord Mountevans supported JDRF, the Type-1 diabetes charity and the Sea Cadets.
LMReflects2017 wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our sponsors. A large portion of the reception and dinner costs and the contribution are paid from sponsorships so that we can keep ticket costs affordable.
If you would be interested to hear about some exciting sponsorship opportunities, please do get in touch.
What they say
As a sponsor, I find Chris Seow and his team organise the evening brilliantly with great attention to detail. He chooses a suitable high profile venue, with good catering and plenty of space to display banners or other material. I shall certainly continue to sponsor the event.” Azad Ayub,
The evening begins at the historic and beatiful Trinity House with a drinks and canapé reception, to be followed by a delightful dinner with accompanying wines, a cheese platter, coffee, petit fours and will finish with a traditional stirrup cup.
Dress Code: Business attire with Company Badges.
The booking system does not allow guest names to be noted so kindly email your guest’s name to [email protected] together with any dietary requirements.
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Limitednumber of tickets on sale at 2017 prices until 28th of March!
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Limitednumber of tickets on sale at 2017 prices until 28th of March.
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