This free guide covers short descriptions of all the City Livery Companies, their coats of arms, contact details, and a map of livery halls.
The Livery Committee is a forum for communication between the livery and the officers at Guildhall and Mansion House, on any matter affecting the interests of the general body of the Livery.
Featured pages from across the site
A handful of pages picked to highlight the breadth of the work of the Livery.
Livery Schools Link works with livery companies and schools to benefit young people in education to improve student employability.
The Lord Mayor’s Show on Saturday 12th November was the busiest day for traffic on this website with over 1,400 page views. Here are some pictures from the event.
Alderman Vincent Keaveny, The Right Honorable Lord Mayor of London, has issued his final bulletin in which he reflects on his year of office.
Photographs from the Garden of Remembrance Service at St Paul’s Churchyard on Monday 7th November 2022 are now available.
The Company of Communicators’ 2022 Clarity in Communications Award has been won by the Worshipful Company of Marketors’ Outreach Committee.
The Livery Charity Chairs Group Workshop will be hosting Hot Topic #5 – Board effectiveness – via Zoom at 1600 on Monday 5th December 2022.
The final details the Garden of Remembrance Service at St Paul’s Churchyard on Monday 7th November are now available.
Read what people have to say about Livery Companies and Guilds.
We just want to say thank you so much for all the hard work and the lovely food you’ve been sending us, we really love it and enjoy it and it’s ever so healthy for all this hard work that we are doing. Thank you very much for supporting our welfare.
The Livery Companies and the City Corporation actively partner with our youth, whether this be through bursaries, career advice, or ‘just in time’ donations when it matters the most. This is a great display of our aligned commitments towards social mobility and creating equal opportunities.
Introduced to the history and workings of the square mile and all its intricacies nearly 10 years ago, I have ever increasing delight that there is still so much to learn, see and absorb, and of course share with others. Long may it continue.