Sir Andrew Parmley
|689th Lord Mayor of London|
11 November 2016 – 10 November 2017
|Metropolitan Mayor||Sadiq Khan|
|Preceded by||The Lord Mountevans|
|Succeeded by||Charles Bowman|
Andrew Charles Parmley|
October 1956 (age 61–62)
|Alma mater||Royal Academy of Music|
Parmley was born in Manchester, the third of three sons. Having shown an early interest, he started playing the organ, passing the ARCO at 16 and the FRCO aged 18, then won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music. He then studied for a Masters at Manchester University, then studied at Royal Holloway, and Jesus College, Cambridge.
Parmley has been Director of Music at Forest School near Snaresbrook, then at South Hampstead High School, and the Grey Coat Hospital in Westminster. He is currently Principal of the Harrodian School.
Livery companies and the City
His Mother Company is The Musicians, of which he is a Past Master. He is also a Past Master of Parish Clerks', The Worshipful Company of Glass-Sellers of London, and is the first from that livery to be elected as Lord Mayor.
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