Annual United Guilds Service
Liverymen are invited to participate in one of the largest City Livery events in the calendar.
The annual United Guilds Service is attended by the Bishop of London and the Lord Mayor. First established in 1943, following the Blitz of 1940-41, it serves as a reminder of the religious origins of the Guilds.
All Livery companies attend, with a procession of Livery Master's of the Great 12, plus 12 other Livery companies by rotation.
The Butchers Company are allocated 23 spaces in a pew and we endeavour to ensure that the pew is occupied with Liverymen, with wives and partners, however priority is given to Liverymen in the first instance.
A lunch at Ironmongers Hall follows after the service, further details and the option to book will be circulated to those that reserve their places at the service.
- 29 March 2019
- 10:45am - 12:30pm
- St Pauls Cathedral
- Wives and partners, however priority is given to Liverymen in the first instance