On the 21st of September 2022 a meeting was held in Trinity Hall where the members were given the opportunity to re-swear their Oath of Loyalty to His Majesty King Charles III. As each member upon entrance to the Trade, automatically swears an Oath to the Sovereign, it was thought that this event should not be missed.
The Aberdeen Baker Incorporation were delighted to donate £1340, after raising the funds at their recent summer ball, to the wonderful local charity Archway.
Archway is a parent-led local charity based in Aberdeen providing care and support to children and adults with learning disabilities and their families.
Archway was founded in Aberdeen in 1986 by a group of parents of children with learning disabilities who were looking for respite.
The Aberdeen Baker Incorporation had a new members outing to mark the joining of Mr Tristan Ross to the Trade.
The golf and dinner at Meldrum House was organised by Mr Tristan Ross and Ex Deacon Cameron Ross. A fantastic day and evening was had by all topped off by wall to wall sunshine.
A fantastic evening was held at Trinity Hall for the Aberdeen Bakers Incorporation Summer Ball. There was a five course meal provided by our resident chef. After the meal the Graham Geddes band provided the evening’s entertainment. Photographs were taken by Ken Taylor.
The Aberdeen Baker Incorporation held their Term Tea on 16th May 2022. A background to the dinner was given by Ex Deacon Ian Brown. …
On the morning of Wednesday 23rd August 2017, Aberdeen Bakers Incorporation member Gregory Russell was admitted as burgesses of Trade at the start of the full council meeting at Aberdeen Towns House. He were proposed for membership by Deacon Convener George Esson. Having met the requirements for admission and undertaking to pay the necessary dues to the Lord Provost they then accepted the responsibilities incumbent by law as a true and faithful of a City Burgess of the city of Aberdeen.
Deacon Convener George Esson pictured with Gregory Russell.
The newest member to the Aberdeen Bakers Incorporation, Alan Leith, was admitted as a Burgess of Trade on the morning of the 29th June 2016 at a ceremony in the City Council Chambers in the Towns House.
Presided over by the Lord Provost with the full Council in attendance, Late Deacon Convener David N Parkinson, standing in for Deacon Convener Sandy McKinnon, proposed Alan for admission as a free burgess of the City.
After paying the customary dues of five shillings Scots in a white purse to the Lord Provost. Alan was presented with his Burgesses Certificate.
On 14th March 2016, Georgette Cobban of Home-Start Aberdeen was presented with cheque by Norman Hutchison, Deacon of the Aberdeen Baker Incorporation. Home-Start Aberdeen provides families with emotional and practical support in their own home environment. Families – who are mainly referred to Home-Start via health visitors and social workers – may be facing a variety of challenges. These include ill health, disability, domestic violence or substance misuse.
The Essay prescribed by the Aberdeen Baker Incorporation: ‘To take up the liquor and seasoning and mould six half loaves of good and well crusted bread, chaff and roll up one and one half dozen bath buns’.
The bakery chosen was J.G. Ross Ltd of Inverurie. The Oversman appointed was Ex Deacon Cameron Ross with Ex Deacons John Russell and Clive Sangster as Essay Masters.
The Incorporation met after completion and inspection of the Essay, agreed it was ‘sufficient’ and Alan Leith was admitted as a member.