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Religia Dacilor Dan Oltean.pdfArthur Guinness is proudest of his two sons, who joined the family firm in the 19th century and made the company what it is today.

We invited them to join us in the Central Hall Westminster on Sunday 13 May to discuss the family’s achievements in the UK and their heritage in the craft of brewing.

The son who followed in his father’s footsteps is Geoffrey Guinness, who succeeded as Chairman and CEO of Arthur Guinness, and the other son is Richard Murphy Guinness, who first tasted the company’s famous Black Stout in 1873 when he was only 5 years old. In the 1870s, the family had only one brewery in Ireland.

Spencer (right) was a bright student but his father had no work for him. “He was failing all his subjects. He’d be alright as long as he was on his own.” He hated being in the same school as his other sons and loved music and sport. He met the right woman and married her in the First World War, after one year in Italy and another in France. He returned to Ireland in 1920 and the family moved to Parkgate. To the day he died, Spencer was a house painter. He never stopped working. At one point he was working in the Maritime Hotel, where his mother Joyce worked. When that closed he took his tools on the bus to Kingswell’s Brewery in Ledbury, in Herefordshire. There he was offered the job of hoisting the beer barrels. A few years later his wife died in childbirth and Spencer re-married.

Richard Murphy Guinness was a long way from home when he moved to Dublin in 1873. His father had inherited a staggering business empire, but Richard was expected to be a brewer and he was expected to follow in his father’s footsteps. Richard’s first job was in Dublin, and then he came back to Parkgate. By his own admission he didn’t like the cold at first. But his father had him back in Dublin a few years later. And it was the 19th century that saw the start of Arthur Guinness and Sons.

Brian Laney, Managing Director of The Royal Mail & Head of Trade Relationships discusses the history of the Royal Mail, meets the old letter carriers on the job and meets some of the chief executives who have shaped the company.

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