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JOINING US

THE CHEAP BUSINESS FORUM

This website is intended to be a source of information for existing members, prospective members, and the wider City community, and which we hope you will find to be of interest.

Also, a warm welcome to the Ward of Cheap Club, one of the twenty-two Clubs which are directly associated with the twenty-five Wards of the City of London.

The Club, with just under 150 members, exists to provide support to the Lord Mayor, and the Alderman and Common Councilmen of the Ward of Cheap in carrying out their duties on behalf of the Ward itself and of the City of London, to support and encourage activities aimed at enhancing the welfare of the Ward, and to arrange social functions, such as luncheons, for the benefit of its members.

Indeed, the Club provides an excellent and affordable means to learn about the history and governance of the City, and allows the opportunity to meet some of the people who have influence over the way the City operates.

EVENTS

Wednesday 18 October
Lunch for Ann Pembroke

Friday 20 October
Civi Luncheon , The Crypts

Friday 10 November
Silent Ceremony, Guildhall

Saturday 11 November
The Lord Mayor’s Show

Friday 15 December
Carol Service and Supper

WELCOME TO THE WARD OF CHEAP CLUB

The Cheap Business Forum is an initiative enabling firms and people working in the Ward to network, engage with their elected representatives and understand more about how the City of London Corporation is dedicated to providing a world class built environment and the infrastructure and services necessary for their businesses succeed.

The Forum holds two to three breakfast events a year with internationally recognised speakers. For more information, please contact Dr. Trevor Brignall trevor.brignall1@virginmedia.com.

JOINING THE WARD OF CHEAP CLUB

The Club welcomes enquiries from those interested in becoming members, whether living within the Ward, working within the Ward, or having a genuine interest in the history and traditions of the City and who wish to support the aims and traditions of the Club.  

The Ward Club will be holding its Annual Civic Lunch on Thursday 12 October in the Guildhall Crypts. The principal guest will be our Patron: Alderman, Lord Mountevans accompanied by Lady Mountevans.