We would like to say thank you for being part of our special day. Your ability to keep a cool head and keeping everything and everybody moving in an unhurried manner was amazing. Allowing us to relax and enjoy our big day knowing that you had everything under control.
Mr & Mrs George and Jo Mellery-Pratt
At last I can sit down and write my thank you letters for the wonderful Installation Day you helped to organize for us. I know full well just what an imposition we placed on you, the choir, the host of Julie’s friends and of course the small matter of the Service and Dinner itself. It is a large tribute to you personally that everything went like clockwork.
It will live long in the memory and for this our collective thanks. You are a total star!
Mr Ian White
Master, WCO Innholders
I really felt I must write and thank you for all you did for all of us at the Candlemas service yesterday. I think we snatched a minor triumph from the jaws of defeat and a great deal of it is down to you. You must have been frozen waiting so long outside the church and your organization during the ad hoc service was masterly. Lunch seemed in turn to run itself which means you must have had everything completely under control.
Mr Hugh Thornton
Master Cook, WCO Cooks
John, you were spectacular last night!
Thank you so much for doing it and lending such presence to the occasion. And they obeyed your authoritative voice! Thanks again, and see you at yours in a couple of weeks.
I am so pleased mine is over!
A note to thank you for the huge amount of hard work and meticulous organization for last nights Subscription Dinner. That the evening was such a success was due in no small measure to all the hard work and detailed planning in conjunction with Paul. Thanks too for your wit and wisdom in planning the draw and acting as auctioneer. It will be fascinating to learn exactly how much the dinner produces for the Quincentennial Appeal.
Mr Jeremy Pope OBE
Past Master, WCO Innholders
I just wanted to write you a brief note to express a very big thank you to you for making the Trafalgar Night such a success yesterday. Your attention to detail and ability to coordinate the various groups, and me, showed that you have not lost your adept Royal Navy touch. From my point of view I really hope I have the privilege of working with you again.
Mr Christopher J Childs
Prime Warden, Blacksmith’s Company
A 30 year career in the Royal Navy from 1976 to 2006 concluded with a final appointment as Stewards Training Officer responsible for all professional Stewards’s training in the Royal Navy. This as well as serving on every type of Ship in the Navy and the Staffs of eight Admirals running residences both home and abroad gives John Cash a unique depth of experience in running any function to your benefit.
Having retired from the Navy and moved to the City of London to take up the position of Hall Manager and Beadle (ceremonial officer of the company) to the ancient livery company “The Worshipful Company of Innholders”. This has simply added to his already extensive knowledge and understanding of what is important to his clients to ensure that their day and function runs smoothly and efficiently from start to conclusion. John takes great pride in ensuring that every detail of any functions however, large or small is addressed ensuring the very best service is provided.
John has officiated as Maître de, Toastmaster and Master of Ceremonies at many high profile occasions including the “Trafalgar Night Dinner Celebrations” in the British Embassy Washington, Maitre de on the night of the 200th anniversary of the battle of Trafalgar onboard HMS VICTORY in Portsmouth. As well as an array of high profile functions in the City of London at various Livery Halls, The Mansion House, The Guildhall, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Mandarin Hotel in the West End.