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Worshipful Company of Fishmongers

  • Corporate body

The Worshipful Company of Fishmongers is one of the 110 Livery Companies of the City of London, being an incorporated guild of sellers of fish and seafood in the City. The Company ranks fourth in the order of precedence of City Livery Companies, thereby making it one of the Great Twelve City Livery Companies. The company's headquarters is Fishmongers' Hall, adjacent to London Bridge.

Alford, S E 'Olly'

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MA from Queen's College, Oxford.
History Master/Teacher at Queen Elizabeth's School, Barnet.
Business Manager for the production of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare presented by Queen Elizabeth's School Dramatic Society on 12-14 March 1959.

Harrison, Ernest William

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Master/Teacher 1931 - 1950.
Harrisons' house named after him and an earlier master of the same surname, G W N Harrison.

Timson, P

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MA Exeter College, Oxford.
Master/Teacher at Queen Elizabeth's.
Taught: Latin.
Master of Broughton House circa 1958 - 1962.

Owen, Captain John

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  • died 1679

Governor of the school, 28 July 1651 - February 1679. Alderman and fishmonger of London.

Pearce, John 'Poker'

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Maths master/teacher. Began his teaching career at the School in 1932, aged 23. In 1950 he became Senior Master, a post he held until he retired in 1971. Pearce House was created and named after him in 1971.

Fern, Harold E

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  • 20 April 1881 - 21 August 1974

Alderman Fern gave much of his time to the world of amateur swimming administration, who also served in local government and was a governor of the School from 1921 to 1965, including a period as chairman.

He came to Founder's Day on Saturday 15th June 1974, when he cut the ribbon to the Fern Building, which was named in his honour.

His name lives on not only in the Amateur Swimming Association's headquarters in Loughborough (Harold Fern House) and the Fern Building at School, but also in the School's H E Fern prize for Social Service, which he generously endowed.

Buckeridge, Stephen

  • Person
  • 1961 -

Born Hereford 1961.
Head of Art at Queen Elizabeth’s Boys School, 1992 - 2021.
2005 MA with Distinction in Fine Art and Theory (Painting), Middlesex University.
1982 - 1985 BA Honours (Painting), Falmouth School of Art.


‘Different’ London
‘Studio Confetti’ Terrace Gallery, (Curated by Karl Bielik)
Open ISO 21, The Old Lockup Gallery, Cromford, Derbyshire
Binary Part 2 Terrace Gallery, London (Curated by Karl Bielik and Jonathan Powell) (forthcoming)
This Year’s Model’, Studio 1.1, London
‘In the Land of the Sol’, Sol Space art retreat, Nouac, France

‘Binary part 1’, Shift Gallery, Cardiff. (Curated by Karl Bielik and Jonathan Powell)
'Art in time of Quarantine’, Nou Millenni Gallery, Barcelona
‘This Year’s Model’, Studio 1.1, London

A Tapered Teardrop. Terrace Gallery, London (Curated by Karl Bielik)
The London Group Open 2020, The Cello Gallery London
‘Offcuts’ Jeannie Avent Gallery, London
‘Transference’ Halesworth Gallery, Halesworth
‘Life and work of Hilary Peters’ Halesworth Gallery, Halesworth
Testing 1>2>3>4 (curated by John Bunker) Unit 3 Projects, London
‘This Year’s Model’, Studio 1.1, London

SFSA Painting Open 2018, The NO Format Gallery, London
BEEP PAINTING BIENNIAL, Elysium Gallery, Swansea
‘A Road Not Taken’ (curated by Terry Greene and Stephen Buckeridge), The Crypt, St Marylebone Parish Church, London
‘SFSA Drawing Open’, No Format Gallery, London
Testing 1>2 2018, (curated by John Bunker) Unit 3 Projects, London
‘This Year’s Model’, Studio 1.1, London

The London Group Open 2017, The Cello Gallery London

‘Small World’, PS Mirabel, Manchester ‘Painting Now’, Studio One Gallery, London
Testing 1<2<1<2 (curated by John Bunker) Unit 3 Projects, London
‘In/Expression’ (with Karl Beilik and Lorraine Robbins). Studio 1.1, London

‘Looking Forward’ Studio 1.1 London
Oxford Art Week, Braziers Park, Oxford
‘Art Converters’ Studio 1.1, London

The TIAF (The Independent Art Fair) London
The Griffin Open’ (selected by Ian Davenport) The Griffin Gallery, London
‘Conference of Birds’ I’Lectrik Artspace, London
‘Let the Grass Roots Grow’ (curated by Ronan Bowes), A-Side B- Side Gallery, London
‘Art Converters’ Studio 1.1, London
‘This Years Model’ Studio 1.1, London

‘Shooting from the Hip’, Centrespace, Bristol
‘Art Converters’, Studio 1.1, London
‘This Year’s Model’ Studio 1.1, London

‘Tumbleweed,’ the Searchers Gallery, Bristol
‘The Ludlow Open’, (Selected by Christopher Le Brun) Ludlow
‘This Year’s Model’ Studio 1.1, London

‘Ground Control’ (in association, Elements Art Space, Bath
‘Objects of Desire 2’, the Searchers Gallery, Bristol
‘Objects of Desire’, Centrespace, Bristol
‘Surface 2’, the Crypt Gallery, London
Koukan Gallery, London (solo show)

Artworks 2011 (Commended Artist – selected by Graham Crowley) Barbican Arts Group Trust, Blackhorse Lane, London
‘Surface’ the Crypt Gallery, London
Parallax International Art Fair, London

Kolczynski, Marek

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Teacher and Deputy Head at Queen Elizabeth's School, Barnet

Mortlock, Maurice John 'Jack'

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  • 24 April 1917 - 1942

Student at Queen Elizabeth's School 1928 - 1934. Killed in action in East Asia in 1942.

Wise, H B

Student at Queen Elizabeth's 1928 - 1934

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