Livery Companies gather for the United Guilds service at St. Paul’s Cathedral

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A special service to mark the work of the Livery Companies in the City of London was held on 31st March at St Paul's Cathedral.

With the Lord Mayor, the Bishop of London, Sheriffs and Aldermen in attendance, the ceremonial aspects of this event mark it out as a significant Livery service.

The Fuellers were present in strong numbers and afterwards had a wonderful buffet lunch at Baker’s Hall. The Master Baker gave the Fuellers a very warm welcome, explaining the significance of the three magnificent stained glass windows in their dining hall, signifying the three times their hall has suffered the effects of fire. Moving swiftly on, he wished our company every success and hoped that such informal gatherings would foster closer relations between our two Companies.