Livery Fair

STALL HOLDERS

The Livery Fair is a fabulous opportunity for livery companies and businesses wanting to gain exposure/network within their community and with the general public in addition to direct sales; with a uniquely captive audience of iindividuals celebrating their liveries and the ‘Freedom of the City’, specialist wool and textile trades, traditional crafts and sustainable industry.

Stall Holders include liveries – ancient and modern (and some of whom sponsor partner organisations/college students/award winners or small businesses), with skilled tradespeople conducting interactive demonstrations of their fascinating and ever-evolving trades and selling their wares.

The Livery Fair also brings together a number of specialist stall holders, displaying and selling their wool-based products, textiles, arts & crafts, quality gifts and food & drink. Other fun activities have included expert blade shearing displays, some wonderful rare breed sheep, the NFU children’s Discovery Barn, face painting and more!

All of this takes place in support of the celebratory re-enactment of Freemen exercising their right to drive their sheep over the Thames, toll free into the City to market.

We are extremely flexible with regards to what Stall Holders do and are always keen to discuss options and ideas for this unique event.

To view our 2023 Stall Holder list, please click here

To view our 2022 Livery Fair please click here.

VISITORS

The Livery Fair is a unique opportunity to be a part of recreating historic community activities that took place on and around London’s bridges.

Whilst being an integral part of the day for supporters of the Sheep Drive, the Livery Fair also enables a number of the City of London liveries – ancient and modern, to showcase to the public what they do and the charitable work they support, with skilled tradespeople conducting interactive demonstrations of their fascinating and ever-evolving trades.

The Livery Fair also brings together a number of specialist stall holders, displaying and selling their wool-based products, textiles, arts & crafts, quality gifts and food & drink. Other fun activities have included expert blade shearing displays and wonderful rare breed sheep.

All of this takes place in support of the celebratory re-enactment of Freemen exercising their right to drive their sheep over the Thames, toll free into the City to market.