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February 14, 2024

THE MASTER & MISTRESS CUTLER VISITED THE 72010 HENGIST – 13.02.24

On Tuesday 13th February 2024, The Master and Mistress Cutler visited the Standard Steam Locomotive Company, based at CTL Seals in Ecclesfield. During the visit, the Master & Mistress Cutler saw the progress on 72010 Hengist, a Clan class locomotive being constructed for use on the railways. They were able to gain valuable insight into […]

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February 6, 2024

CELEBRATING OUR 400TH ANNIVERSARY WITH A COMMEMORATIVE POCKET KNIFE PRESENTED BY EGGINTON BROS LTD & STEVEN COCKER – 05.02.24

On Monday 5th February 2024, the Master Cutler, Mr Charles Turner DL, was presented with a limited edition “400 years of The Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire” George Wostenholm Clipt Point Barlow Pocket Knife. This special commemorative knife celebrates the long-standing history of The Company of Cutlers and serves as a symbol of the Company’s […]

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January 26, 2024

SCCI AGM AND INAUGURATION OF THE NEW PRESIDENT – 24.01.24

On Wednesday 24th January, the Master Cutler was delighted to attend the 166th Sheffield Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) AGM and welcome their 115th President, Alexis Krachai. It also gave a good opportunity to say farewell and thank you to outgoing President, Karen Mosley, who was the longest-serving President since WW2. The Master was […]

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January 16, 2024

THE MASTER CUTLER MEETS WITH STEVEN COCKER – 16.01.24

Today, one of Sheffield’s modern “little Mesters”, Steven Cocker, presented a special knife to the Master Cutler to mark the Company’s 400th year. The presentation took place at Cutlers’ Hall in front of visiting Year 5 and 6 students from Coit Primary School, who are taking part in a Cutlers’ Company “Better Learners Better Workers” […]

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January 2, 2024

An evaluation of the Economic Impact of Post-COVID Working Practices on Sheffield City Centre – Report commissioned by the Sheffield Property Association

At the attached link is a report on research conducted by the Sheffield Property Association into the impact of post-COVID working practices on Sheffield City Centre. We believe that it would be of interest to our Freemen and Friends and their businesses. Although this is focused on Sheffield, there should also be relevant lessons for […]

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