High Sheriffs Awards
The High Sheriff and his wife were guests at the RAF Benevolent Fund charity concert in St. Clements Danes given by the National Air Training Corps Concert Band. They attended the AGM of the High Sheriffs' Association in Fishmongers' Hall. They joined over 500 attendees at the Prison Ministry Conference organised by the Chaplain to the High Sheriff of Greater London and William Wilberforce Trust. They attended a Service of Remembrance in Westminster Abbey and later that day a remembrance of the 75th anniversary of Kristalnacht. They attended the reading of names of high sheriffs in nomination in England and Wales in the Royal Courts of Justice. They attended an evening with the Southwark Volunteer Police Cadets at Alleyn's School in Dulwich. They had the honour of attending the justice service at the invitation of the High Sheriff of Hertfordshire. They attended Kingston Crown Court at the invitation of His Honour Judge Price, Recorder of Richmond. They attended an evening with the Hounslow Volunteer Police Cadets. They attended the first Passing Out Parade of the Metropolitan Police at Horse Guards. They entertained Her Majesty's judges and Chief Inspector of Constabulary at home. They attended the service for the C.S.Lewis memorial stone at Westminster Abbey. They attended the Asylum Tribunal at the invitation of Vice-President Libby Arfon-Jones.
The High Sheriff attended a talk and reception in the House of Lords for the Centre for Mental Health. He attended the Hood Memorial Lecture on prisoners in the UK given by Bishop Richard Moth and organised by Andy Keen-Downs of PACT. The High Sheriff spoke at the presentation of awards for the Metropolitan Police Special Operations. He chaired a discussion between the National Volunteer Police Cadets and the Community Police and others from Abu Dhabi. He entertained Her Majesty's Sheriff of Guernsey to breakfast and was given lunch by the Viscount and Judicial Greffier of Jersey with the Master of the Royal Court and Deputy Judicial Greffier in attendance. He was given an audience by the Bailiff of Jersey and discussed the role of Volunteer Police Cadets. He discussed issues of law enforcement with Baroness Cox. He and the Under Sheriff were guests at a dinner of the Worshipful Company of Solicitors of the City of London. They attended with their spouses the 60th anniversary service for National Churches Trust in Westminster Abbey at which the Archbishop of Canterbury spoke.
Bishop Richard Moth delivers the Hood Memorial lecture.
The High Sheriff with Colonel Mubarak Bin Muhairom.
The High Sheriff in action with the Southwark Volunteer Police Cadets
The High Sheriff at Special Operations awards.
The High Sheriff and Her Majesty's Sheriff of Guernsey
The 14lb 13 oz Royal Mace of the States of Jersey - the only one which may be carried upright ahead of the monarch.
The High Sheriff with the Viscount and Judicial Greffier of Jersey in a street named after an ancestor of the High Sheriff.
The High Sheriff and the Recorder of Richmond.
The High Sheriff with Caroline Duval, Operational Delivery Manager at Kingston Crown Court.
The High Sheriff with Police Cadets in Hounslow.
The first Passing Out Parade of the Metropolitan Police to be held in Horse Guards.
The High Sheriff with the Master of Magdalene after the dedication of the C.S. Lewis memorial in Westminster Abbey.
The High Sheriff and Under Sheriff with their spouses outside Westminster Abbey after the National Churches Trust 60th anniversary service.
The High Sheriff and Under Sheriff with Volunteer Police Cadets working at Victoria Station
In October the High Sheriff of Greater London and the Under Sheriff of Greater London attended a service in Westminster Abbey to mark the opening of the Michaelmas Sittings and were guests of the Lord Chancellor at a reception in Westminster Hall. The High Sheriff and his wife entertained Her Majesty's judges at home. They attended the judicial service of the High Sheriff of Kent in Maidstone at which the Canon Vicar spoke on the importance of the ninth commandment in society today. The High Sheriff breakfasted in the Old Bailey to hear first-hand the significant work of the Sheriffs' and Recorder's fund. The High Sheriff and his wife attended the 850th annual ceremony of Quit Rents in the Royal Courts of Justice and with the new City sheriffs were entertained by the Queen's Remembrancer. They attended a dinner for the Archbishop of Canterbury given by the Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London and his wife. They attended Croydon Crown Court. They attended the justice service of the High sheriff of Essex in Chelmsford Cathedral. They attended the Lord-Lieutenant's reception in Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall. They attended a dinner for the former Under Sheriff in Fishmongers' Hall.
In the Supreme Court presided over by Lord Clarke in the presence of the Vice Lord-Lieutenant and Deputy Assistant Commissioner Fiona Taylor, the High Sheriff presented awards under the Criminal Law Act 1826 to those who had been recommended by judges for their public service in the upholding of justice. Afterwards he entertained the judges, recipients and their families in a celebration of these remarkable, brave and public spirited actions.
The High Sheriff was guest of the London Mayors' Association at the Feast of Dedication in Westminster Abbey and at the mayors' reception. The High Sheriff attended Harrow Crown Court. He held a quarterly meeting for High Sheriffs in Nomination to meet past High Sheriffs. He attended Westminster Coroner's Court and was entertained to lunch by HM Coroner.
Judges enter Westminster Abbey for the service marking the opening of the Michaelmas Sittings.
The High Sheriff of Greater London entertained by the High Sheriff of Kent after the shire's judicial service.
Mr Adrian Waddingham, one of the two City of London sheriffs with the wife of the High Sheriff of Greater London
The High Sheriff as a guest of His Honour Judge Warick McKinnon with the judges and magistrates at Croydon Crown Court.
The High Sheriff of Greater London with Sandra Lovesey, Operations Manager of Croydon Crown Court.
The High Sheriff of Greater London presenting awards at the Supreme Court.
The High Sheriff with award recipients and their families.
The High Sheriff with the mayors of the 32 boroughs of Greater London and the Dean of Westminster.
The High Sheriff and HM Coroner Dr. Fiona Wilcox.
Westminster Coroner's Court, 65 Horseferry Road, a gift of the Duke of Westminster, built in 1897.
In September the High Sheriff of Greater London discussed Metropolitan Volunteer Police Cadets with Gwanwyn Mason and Jon Thompson, and National VPC with Ed Sherry, Programme Director. The High Sheriff visited Southwark Crown Court. He met the team running Caring for Ex-Offenders. He attended the Metropolitan Police Passing Out Parade. He saw Adrian Wadingham, Sheriff of the City of London. He attended the opening of Fine Cell Work's pop-up shop in Sloane Square. He saw Stephen Greenhalgh, Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, and Blair Gibbs. He attended the evening reception of PACT, an ex-offenders' welfare charity. The High Sheriff, his wife and
Under Sheriffs were shown round HMP Holloway by Governor Julia Killick. The High Sheriff and his wife attended the Hounslow Police open day. They attended the opening of the Koestler Trust exhibition of prisoners' art at the Royal Festival Hall. The High Sheriff attended the "gang call-in" at Wood Green Crown Court at the invitation of His Honour Judge Lyons. He had a meeting with Jonathan Osborne, senior police chaplain.
The High Sheriff of Greater London attends the Metropolitan Police Passing Out Parade at the Peel Centre.
Andy Keen Downs, CEO of PACT, Fr. Roger Reader and Bishop Richard Moth at the PACT reception.
The High Sheriff and Under Sheriff of Greater London visiting Holloway Prison.
The High Sheriff attends the Hounslow Police Open Day - with PCSO Steve attracting crowds and Chief Inspector Inspector Sally
The High Sheriff and Tim Robertson, CEO of Koestler Trust, at the opening of Koestler's exhibition in the Royal Festival Hall.
The High Sheriff and his wife visited Belmarsh Prison. The High Sheriff entertained Sheriff Nigel Pullman of the City of London in Greater London. The High Sheriff visited Tom Winsor, HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary.
In July the High Sheriff of Greater London and the High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire jointly visited the Institute of Criminology in Cambridge, seeing the largest criminology library in the world with a superb collection of prisoners' art bought through the Koestler Trust. They discussed the Institute's research with Professor Lawence Sherman, the Director, and Professor Alison
The High Sheriff of Greater London attended the Civic Service in Westminster Abbey held for the Lord Mayor of Westminster attended by Volunteer Police Cadets.
The High Sheriff of Greater London and the High Sheriff of Essex sat with H.H. Judge Emma Peters at the Military Court at Colchester. They then visited the Military Correction Training Centre attended by Major L.C. Snook, A.G.C., Commandant
At the invitation of the Chairman of Trustees, the High Sheriff of Greater London attended the Sheriff and Recorders' Fund A.G.M. in the Central Criminal Court at which Nick Hardwick, H.M. Chief Inspector of Prisons gave the address.
The High Sheriff and his wife were guests of the Southward Cathedral Education Centre.
The High Sheriff discussed prison charities with the director and the senior manager of the Westminster Foundation.
The High Sheriff sat with H.H. Judge Lyons at Wood Green Crown Court.
The High Sheriff was the guest of the President and Chief Executive of the Supreme Court at the opening of the centenary exhibition of the Middlesex Guildhall.
At the annual Volunteer Police Cadets Competition and Parade at the Peel Centre, the High Sheriff made reviewed cadets and gave out an award to the winning team from the Borough of
In June The High Sheriff of Greater London was a guest of Sheriff Nigel Pullman at the Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey.
He addressed the inaugural parade in Greater London of Junior Volunteer Police Cadets, which took place in the Borough of
He visited Borough Commander Victor Olisa in Tottenham.
He visited the Sheriff and Under Sheriff of San Francisco and discussed the jail ministry
with the clergy of Grace Cathedral.
He discussed cadets in Greater London with Colonel Hugh Purcell.
The High Sheriff and his wife attended the annual display of work by prisoners organised by Fine Cell Work in Middle Temple Hall.
He discussed the work of London Youth Support Trust with Rob Whitmore, one of its founders.
The High Sheriff, his wife, the Under Sheriff and Chaplain visited David Ahern, CEO, Shannon Trust to discuss their work on literacy in prisons.
They held a meeting with Terry Drummond,CA, to discuss the work of Chaplains in the prison service.
They held a meeting with Terry Drummond,CA, to discuss the work of Chaplains in the prison service.
The High Sheriff and his wife attended the garden party of the High Sheriff of Surrey and talked to several charities about their work there.
On 28th June in an annual ceremony on the date of the first policeman to die on duty, the High Sheriff laid a wreath in memory of members of the Metropolitan Police who had died in the course of duty and spoke to many of the families attending.
The High Sheriff and his wife attended the garden party of the High Sheriff of Hertfordshire and discussed the work of the shrievalty in that county.
Service of Dedication - High Sheriff of Greater London, St Nicholas, Chiswick on
21 May 2013
Click here for the Sermon by the Right Reverend the Bishop of Kensington
The High Sheriff of Greater London and his wife attended the opening of the London Youth Support Trust's special new building in Tottenham by the Mayor of London and LYST CEO Rob Whitmore.
The High Sheriff attended the Prison Fellowship and talked to Natalie Cronin, CEO, and members of staff about their programmes for prisoners.
The Society of Royal Cumberland Youths, founded in 1747, rang the bells of St. Nicholas Church, Chiswick to mark the appointment of a Chiswick man as High Sheriff of Greater London.
On 1st May the High Sheriff of Greater London joined the Commissioner of Police
of the Metropolis in congratulating recipients of Long Service and Good Conduct
awards at the Peel Centre in Hendon.
On 2nd May the High Sheriff, his wife and the Under Sheriff visited the Bishop of
Southwark to discuss issues of law and order in Greater London.
The High Sheriff of Greater London was sworn in by the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales on 12th April.
On 18th April the High Sheriff, his wife, the Under Sheriff and
Chaplain visit Wandsworth Prison including a visit to the Fine
Cell Work workshop and later the High Sheriff and his wife visit
the chief executive and staff of Fine Cell Work in Buckingham
On 19th April the High Sheriff and Under Sheriff visited Nick Hardwick, HM Chief Inspector of Prisons.
On 25th April the High Sheriff and his wife attended the William Wilberforce Ball, organised by the Chief Executive of the William Wilberforce Trust, The Reverend Paul Cowley, Chaplain to the High Sheriff.