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New members welcomed to The Furniture Makers’ Company

The Furniture Makers' Company is pleased to announce the admission of five new liverymen and four new corporate liverymen. The ceremony took place during our March Court meeting on 5th March at Furniture Makers Hall, London.

The new members were warmly welcomed by Amanda Waring, Master of The Furniture Makers' Company, and were invited to join the Court of Assistants and guests for a black-tie dinner at the hall. Among the new corporate liverymen are representatives from esteemed companies. This was mentioned by the organisation on LinkedIn.

Top L-R: Matthew Thomas, James Keen, Terry Brazier, Carolyn Mitchell, Helen Welch, Malcolm Walker, Stuart Burlton, Nichola Pass and Mark Tuley. Bottom L-R: Senior warden Brian Ahern, Master Amanda Waring, junior warden Debbie Johnson.

Here's an introduction to the new members

1. Terry Brazier: A retired antique furniture restorer, Terry Brazier brings with him years of experience from the furniture restoration industry, having established his own restoration company in 1982.

2. Stuart Burlton: As the managing director of Make An Entrance Ltd, Stuart Burlton oversees the manufacturing and retailing of entrance mats. His extensive background includes experience in the motor industry.

3. Carolyn Mitchell: Serving as the sales and marketing director at Hypnos Contract Beds, Carolyn Mitchell is also the chairwoman at Commercial Interiors UK, formerly known as British Contract Furnishing Association.

4. Malcolm Walker: With over 50 years of experience in the furniture industry, Malcolm Walker's expertise spans from being the director of product for Furniture Village to running his own consultancy business.

5. Helen Welch: Founder of the London School of Furniture Making, Helen Welch established the school in 2013 to offer furniture making craft courses. Her background includes years of experience as a maker/installer.

6. Mark Tuley: Mark Tuley brings a wealth of experience in the mattress industry, having served in various roles including sales director and chief commercial officer at Sealy UK.

7. Nichola Pass: As the marketing director at Sealy UK, Nichola Pass is responsible for revitalizing the Sealy brand and developing the marketing function.

8. James Keen: CEO of Hypnos Limited, James Keen represents the fifth generation of the Keen family to lead the renowned British bedmaker. He is deeply committed to the industry and its heritage.

9. Matthew Thomas: Serving as the director of public affairs at Furniture and Home Improvement Ombudsman, Matthew Thomas is dedicated to engaging with stakeholders across various sectors.

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