Nominations and appointments

The nominating bodies have submitted their nominations on the basis of the constitution and the composition of the Committee is –

Two Aldermen nominated by the Court of Aldermen

  • Sir Peter Estlin (Intl. Banker) elected June 2021
  • Sir Charles Bowman (Grocer) elected June 2021

Four Liverymen nominated by the Court of Common Council

  • Sheriff Christopher Hayward (Pattenmaker) elected June 2016
  • Mr Shravan Joshi (Fueller) elected June 2019
  • Miss Judith Pleasance (Clockmaker) elected June 2016
  • Deputy Philip Woodhouse (Grocer) elected June 2017, Committee Chair

Liverymen nominated through the Clerks’ Associations

  • Ms Fiona Adler (Tobacco Pipe-Maker) elected June 2016
  • Mr Andrew Marsden (Marketor) elected June 2016
  • Ms Julia Sibley (Innholder) – Clerks’ Association elected June 2017, Committee Deputy Chair

Five Clerks nominated by the Clerks’ Associations

  • Colonel Charlie Knaggs OBE (Ironmongers, Great XII Clerks Association) elected June 2020
  • Brigadier Tim Gregson (Carpenters, Association of Clerks) elected June 2020
  • Colonel Robert Murfin (Pattenmaker, Association of Clerks) elected June 2017
  • Jonathan Grosvenor (Chartered Accountants, Chair of the Fellowship of Clerks) elected June 2021
  • Kate Pink (Fletchers, Deputy Chair of the Fellowship of Clerks) elected June 20201

Co-opted Members (Up to four are permitted)

  • Mr David Barrett (Secretary, Fellowship of Clerks) elected until June 2022

(Each member nominated can serve for two 3-year terms and service as either Chair or Deputy Chair does not count in the total years served).


If you are interested in serving in one of these capacities, please get in touch with the nominating body or with the Chair or Deputy Chair (who will also be happy to meet with potential nominees to answer any questions they have and better explain what is involved)

The Nominating Bodies and the contact details for the Chair and Deputy Chair can be obtained from the Town Clerk’s Office at Guildhall.

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