Guided tour of Cutlers' Hall and a stay in a five-star London Hotel
Enter our free prize draw for your chance to win a guided tour of Cutlers' Hall and a stay in a five-star London Hotel
We are offering one lucky reader and a guest the chance to visit Cutlers' Hall in London, the venue for meetings of the Royal Mint Advisory Committee which plays a central role in the design of United Kingdom coins.
The Hall is home to the Cutlers' Company, one of the most ancient of the City of London livery companies, receiving its first Royal Charter from Henry V in 1416. The winner and his or her guest will be given a guided tour by the Beadle, who is the Company's ceremonials officer. They will learn about some of the customs and traditions of the Cutlers' Company, and will have the chance to view the Company's unique collection of cutlery and livery medals. In addition, they will enjoy a livery company lunch and meet the Royal Mint's Head of Historical Services, Dr Kevin Clancy.
Enjoy five-star luxury
Our prize includes a two-night stay at The Threadneedles Hotel, with evening dinner at 'Roast' in Stoney Street. The winner will also receive two London passes which provide entry to 55 of the capital's best tourist attractions.