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2017 GMC Community Activities

January – GMC Business Manager James King became a Freeman of the City of London at a ceremony at Guildhall. Upon receiving the freemanship, James said: “It is such an incredible honour to follow in the footsteps of some of this country’s most eminent leaders across all walks of life by becoming a Freeman. It is a proud moment for me and I promise to abide by the rich traditions of the City and uphold them wherever possible.”
January – GMC sponsored a table for 10 at the Worshipful Company of Plumbers Charity Luncheon at Skinners’ Hall. GMC CEO Prem Goyal attended the event alongside his distinguished 9 guests, including Former Mayor of Southwark Althea Smith and Robert Browne MBE, Master of the Worshipful Company of World Traders. The charity luncheon was graced by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, who was awarded the title of Honorary Liveryman of the company at the event.
January – GMC CEO Prem Goyal supported and attended the Boxing4Life staff and trustee social in East London. At the event, Prem congratulated many of the charity’s dedicated volunteers on the service they provide to 8-18 years olds in the community. Boxing4Life teaches young people non-contact boxing to develop their social and emotional skills and was original financed through the Home Office’s Communities Against Gangs, Guns and Knives Fund.