City Livery Companies

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City Livery Companies

London’s 110 livery companies, the oldest of which trace their history back to medieval times, are today committed to charitable giving for schools, crafts, training, almshouses and much more besides. 

St Paul’s is proud of its shared history with the City Livery Companies and is fortunate to have enjoyed their support, in some cases, over many hundreds of years. This ongoing partnership is invaluable in helping us welcome and engage people with our worship, learning and heritage.

The Chapter of St Paul’s is most grateful to the following Livery Companies who have generously supported the Cathedral over the past year or are supporters of our current capital projects:
 
Actuaries, Air Pilots, Apothecaries, Armourers & Brasiers, Arts Scholars, Bakers, Barbers, Blacksmiths, Brewers, Builders Merchants, Butchers, Carmen, Carpenters, Chartered Accountants, Chartered Surveyors, Clockmakers, *Clothworkers, Coachmakers & Coach Harness Makers, Cooks, Coopers, Cordwainers, Curriers, Cutlers, Distillers, *Drapers, Dyers, Environmental Cleaners, Fan Makers, Farmers, Farriers, Feltmakers, *Fishmongers, *Founders, *Girdlers, Glass Sellers, *Glovers, *Gold & Silver Wyre Drawers, *Goldsmiths, *Grocers, Haberdashers, Horners, Information Technologists, Insurers, **Ironmongers, Joiners and Ceilers*Leathersellers, Lightmongers, Marketors, Masons, *Mercers, *Merchant Taylors, *Musicians, Needlemakers, Parish Clerks, *Pattenmakers, Pewterers, *Plaisterers, Plumbers, Saddlers, Salters, *Scriveners, Security Professionals, Shipwrights, Skinners, Solicitors, Stationers & Newspaper Makers, *Tallow Chandlers, Tin Plate Workers, Tobacco Pipe Makers, Turners, Tylers & Bricklayers, Vintners, Wax Chandlers, Weavers, World Traders.
*Indicates support of a Choristership, which are also supported by the Order of the British Empire, Morden College, the United Guilds Trust, the Imperial Society of Knights Bachelor and the Friends of St Paul’s Cathedral.


For more information please contact Sarah Beddows at development@stpaulscathedral.org.uk