Facebook

The Coventry Freemen’s Guild has joined many of their fellow Freemen of England and Wales Guilds in creating two Facebook web sites.

The first site is simply called “Coventry Freemen’s Guild” and is designed for the public to view the basic details of our up and coming events and some pictures of the past events. This is at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Coventry-Freemens-Guild/1426741397565094?fref=ts

The second is a closed group called “The City of Coventry Freemen’s Guild” for members and associate members only at https://www.facebook.com/groups/cityofcoventryguild/

The second site also shows all of our up and coming events and even more pictures of interest to the Guild members and Associate Members who have asked to become a “friend” of this members only Facebook site. It is also available for Freemen from other Guilds (or Gilds as some of them are spelt) to share any of their events or announcements they may think Coventry Guild members may be interested in.

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  1. I sent you a change of address letter back in Sept regarding my uncle, William White formerly of 51, Newdigate Rd Bedworth, who currently receives a small payment from you of about £50 quarterly. Could you advise if you have registered this notification as I have heard nothing back from you. The house was sold in December and all mail before then has been dealt with.

    Many thanks

    • Mr Whitehead, you will need to contact Mr. David Evans, at Fox Evans Chartered Accountants, who administer the funds on behalf of the Coventry Freemen’s Charity.
      The telephone number is 024 7625 7317.

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