Following the earlier reception, the Clerk and I then dashed over to Pewterers Hall for the Worshipful Company of Pewterers Livery Dinner hosted by their
Master Richard Boggis-Rolfe. This was a tremendous evening bursting at the seams with guests who were determined to enjoy themselves.
The Pewterers have links with the Royal Scots Guards and there were many other guests in uniform including Lieutenant General James Bucknall (an old friend)
who gave a fascinating insight into his experiences in Afghanistan - from where he has just returned before Christmas.
This was a fantastic evening and a culinary extravaganza. The entertainment was provided by the effervescent Malcolm Milton who has us all in stitches. The Pewterers certainly know how to give a good party.