Welcome to Broad Street Ward Club
The Chairman's second event is a private tour of Trinity House with optional supper afterwards on Monday 11th October 2021 at 6.00pm
More details here: https://www.broadstreetwardclub.org/future-events
Broad Street Ward is one of 25 Wards in the City of London. It is situated in the heart of the City and contains seven Livery Companies within its boundaries - the Worshipful Company of Carpenters, the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, the Worshipful Company of Drapers, the Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers, the Worshipful Company of International Bankers, the Worshipful Company of Arts Scholars and the Worshipful Company of Plumbers. The Ward is also home to the Guild of Entrepeneurs and the Guild of Freemen.
The Broad Street Ward Club is an easy and enjoyable way to gain an understanding and appreciation of the traditions, history and current workings of the City. It is one of the liveliest social organisations in the Square Mile and has a varied and busy annual programme. It's a good first step into the Civic and social activities of the area and an excellent way to meet and socialise with a wide range of members and others involved in the City.
Please browse around our website for further information on the Ward, Club Membership and Events. Alternatively Click Here to send us a message and we will get back to you.
Here is the latest (September 2020) copy of the Broad Street Ward Newsletter, published twice a year by the City of London (click the image to expand).
Click Here to see an archive of these Newsletters.
President : Sheriff Prof Michael Mainelli (Alderman)
Chairman : Cdr James Nisbet MA VR
Deputy Chairman : Judith Rich OBE
Honorary Secretary : Christine Cook
Honorary Treasurer : Judith Bingham
26th July 2021
On Monday 26th July we welcomed our very own Common Councilman, Sheriff Christopher Hayward to give us a talk about his ‘Vision for the City of London’. Chris in his usual enthusiastic and engaging style led us through a number of key projects that have been and will be completed in the Square Mile including the bold design of a ‘tulip’ shaped building that will become a central tourist attraction. As the City starts its recovery from the pandemic both economically and culturally, there is plenty of positive development going on thanks to our hard working Common Councilmen. Chris has been at the heart of the planning for many iconic buildings in the City and is passionate about shaping a vibrant and green environment fit for generations to come. Our thanks go to him and his assistant Gemma for giving up their time to enlighten us on what the future holds.