The Foundation-funded exhibition, focusing on the development of maritime safety, is open from June 2018 to June 2019.
A free evening lecture on the construction of the Rogers building in 2000, where archaeologists from the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) were given the opportunity to dig under 71 Fenchurch Street and examine the eastern parts of the Roman and medieval cities.
2018 marks the centenary of the end of the First World War, a campaign which cost millions of lives and ushered in the age of modern warfare. The Lloyd's Register and its employees played an integral role in the war and our records tell a fascinating story. Inevitably, members of LR staff 'joined colours' and fought in the war. Fifteen of these men died either in battle or as a result of their injuries and are commemorated on our memorial.
Formed in 1882, the year the Ashes began, the Cricket Club brought great pride and loyalty from the staff at Lloyd's Register. The team would play matches against clubs from across the country and saw great success. Using the wealth of material in our archives, this lecture will explore the history of the LR Cricket Club from the people who played to the club's wider achievements.
71 Fenchurch Street will once again be participating in this year's Open House London event. On Saturday 22 September, for one day only, the general public will be able to walkthrough the historic Collcutt building (completed in 1901) and the Richard Rogers building (completed in 2000).