Created: 16 Nov 2007 16:35
Updated: 10 Mar 2015 12:41

The Clubhouse was heaving with 130 members attending the end of season laying up supper and prize-giving last Tuesday. Queens Waterman, Chris Livett was piped in to the prize-giving ceremony to give trophies and medals to the many Club members who have contributed to the Club and achieved recognition in the last year.After eating and drinking, Chris Livett entertained us with his tales of the riverbank. Having spent a colourful career working on the Thames, from the docks to running the rubbish barges which take away the waste of London, he had amusing anecdotes to tell of his various activities. These ranged from coordinating the river sequence for Pierce Brosnan in The World Is Not Enough (although judging from the punchline this could have been a salty story) and quipping with Ken Livingstone about tying his rubbish barges up outside City Hall.He commented on how pleasantly surprised he was by the buzz about the Club: If this is the laying up supper, the fitting out dinner must be something else!Read the full list of winners

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