Gallery

Images and videos that capture the wonderful essence of the Sheep Drive & Livery Fair 2021.

The Lord Mayor of London, The Right Honourable William Russell with Amanda Owen, The Yorkshire Shepherdess and Guests, leading the first drive of the day!

“The Cadets, led by Ms Danielle Lucas – from various detachments forming No. 4 Company, The City of London and North East Sector of the Army Cadet Force“.

Amanda Owen, The Yorkshire Shepherdess, adding a touch of style – another beautiful shot from Andy Sillett Photography.

A morning photocall with our Sponsors.

A huge thank you to all our Sponsors for their generosity in supporting a wonderful day – The Campaign For Wool, AON, TENACTIY, Dr Henrik Paulsen and Lord Ranger CBE.

Our Headline Sponsor The Campaign For Wool, with Canadian Campaign For Wool & British Wool Guests.

Special Guests visiting Stall Holders at the Livery Fair.

The Seamarks – their sheep and dogs.

EweTube: View Chino the sheep with GoPro preparing for the big day!

The Guild of Young Freemen, including Master Louise Starling at The Worshipful Company of Woolmen & THE WOOLSUST FUND Stall.

Formalities with The Guildable Manor of Southwark before setting off.

Our hard working Woodlands Farm Trust and other City Farm Volunteers, the Seamark Volunteers, Ian Roper of Westpoint Farm Vets and the RSPCA – for keeping all four legged participants and visitors behaved and well cared for!

With thanks to the The Company of Communicators for all their support on the day.

Stall Holders – North side of Southwark Bridge.

The Worshipful Company of Upholders – Master Wendy Shorter-Blake MBE, with Beadle Roy Theobald inviting Company Masters to add a brass nail to his board, which has travelled with him to events for c10 years – with the most nails added at the Livery Fair 2021!

Derek Hunt of the The Worshipful Company of Glaziers captures the wonderful atmosphere of the day including interviews with The Lord Mayor of London talking about the Guilds and The Master of the Glaziers. 

EweTube: Watch Derek Hunt’s wonderfully fun video.

The Lord Mayor of London about to try his hand at spoke shaving with The Worshipful Company of Wheelwrights – and more Stall Holders.

Book signing at the Waterstones stall with Amanda Owen, The Yorkshire Shepherdess.

BBC London News filming at the Ruskin Mill Trust stall – sponsored by The Worshipful Company of Woolmen.

EweTube: View BBC London News Footage.

Stall Holders – South side of Southwark Bridge.

Simply enjoying the day!

Andy Wear – Fernhill Farm treating visitors to some expert blade shearing displays.

More business taking place at the Upholders stall, with Special Guests including Alderman Vincent Keaveny getting ahead of the game!

A lovely family day out.

The Wild Wool Shepherdess family on a City adventure with their beautiful sheeprugs.

Participants and visitors – Dressed for the occasion.

More Stall Holders and a new friend.

A celebratory thank you to our hosts – The Beautiful Southwark Bridge, The River Thames, The London Borough of Southwark and The City of London Corporation! With fabulous water displays from the London Fire Brigade – Lambeth Fire Boat, the Little Ship Club inviting potential & new members to visit their riverside premises and some lovely new friends and followers at Urban Herdwick.

Twitter: View London Fire Brigade’s – Lambeth Fire Boat Water Display.

The real stars of the day – The North of England Mules!

Master of the Woolmen, Alderman Sir David Wootton – participants, guests and visitors!

End of a wonderful day…

… and as the sun sets, thank you to the City of London Corporation Cleansing Dept. and Veolia for ensuring Southwark Bridge is Sheep Shape and ready to re-open”.

With special thanks to our partners at Square Events.

And ultmatley – the Woolmen’s Management and Administration Team who worked tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure the event was safe and enjoyable for all!

Primary Images by Andy Sillett Photography. Additional images courtesy of Square Events and Stall Holders.

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