Livery Fair 2024

Please see below our Stall Holders confirmed so far for this year

Wool & Craft Stalls (A-Z)

Helen Chatterton Textiles

Beautiful handcrafted textiles made in the UK. The ever popular Harris tweed collection made by Helen in her Edinburgh Studio, consists of Harris Tweed scarves combined with Velvet and Liberty backings, and lavender bags. Running concurrently is her City on Cloth collection of silk map scarves, also featuring lavender bags and silk backed notebooks.

Herdy & Herdy Sleep

We are Herdy. Born in the Lake District, inspired by our lovable Herdwick sheep. We design and create gifts, homeware and accessories that makes you smile. Herdysleep was founded in 2016 by Herdy, in collaboration with Uk’s leading luxury bed manufacturers Harrison Spinks. When you buy a Herdysleep product you support British manufacturing, upland fell farming and the Lake District’s Herdwick Sheep.

Knitting and Crochet Creative

Embark on a creative journey with our distinguished knitting and crochet classes, meticulously designed to cater to enthusiasts at both local and national levels. Our offerings are diverse, encompassing bespoke corporate packages and personalised one-to-one sessions, tailored to meet the unique needs of each participant. Delve into the world of yarn and stitches where the benefits extend beyond mere skill acquisition; knitting and crochet are celebrated for enhancing mindfulness, fostering a sense of community, and igniting a creative spark. Join us to discover the therapeutic and rewarding nature of these time-honoured crafts, all within a supportive and welcoming environment.

Ruskin Mill Trust

Ruskin Mill Trust is a leading independent provider of innovative and experiential education for young people with special learning needs. The unique educational method has been inspired by the ideas of Rudolf Steiner, William Morris and John Ruskin. Our schools and colleges across the UK provide students with holistic learning in the arts, crafts, commerce, agriculture, nutrition, living skills and the environment. We believe that each individual has the potential to shape their own future.

Spitalfields City Farm

& London City Farm Yarn

Spitalfields City Farm is an educational open farm and gardens with rare breed & rescue animals.

They will joining us the fair again this year with their rare breeds sheep, craft demonstrations, farm exhibition, wool and sheep related products. Their stall will also be supported by London City Farm Yarn.

Wool Pots

Wool Pots are a zero waste alternative to plastic pots. 500 million plastic pots are sent to landfill in the UK every year because they can’t be recycled. Wool Pots help plants, reduce plastic waste and help our planet. Use Wool Pots like a normal pot, when the plants are big enough to go out, dig a hole & place the whole Pot in – leave the collar proud of the soil, wool is a natural slug and snail deterrent. After seven weeks the pot mulches down and feeds the plant. No plastic, no disposal issues and no waste.

The Woolmen Charity Branded Goods

The stall will be selling Woolmen merchandise such as mugs, pens and toy sheep etc.

Livery Companies (A-Z)

The Worshipful Company of Bakers

The Bakers Company will be selling bakery goods: including bread, cupcakes, biscuits, preserves and single serve doughnuts.

The Worshipful Company of Basketmakers

For centuries our members were all professional basketmakers and we regulated their trade in the City. Today we welcome people from all walks of life. We continue to promote the craft of basketmaking and through our Charitable Trust we also help good causes and communities across London. We have earned a reputation as one of the friendliest Livery Companies, and our social programme extends from formal dinners to family days out, including our basketmaking days.

The Worshipful Company of Broderers

The Broderers are an ancient guild focused on the advancement of the high art of embroidery.

They will be selling embroidered articles made by the Grange at Bookham – centre for people with disabilities.

The Worshipful Company of Turners

The Turners Company will be selling turned goods in support of the Company Charity. There will also be a pole-lathe demonstration – the way wood was turned in medieval times.

The Worshipful Company of Upholders

The Upholders Company will be exhibiting nail board, upholstery work and stuffings. along with funeral trade exhibits.

The Worshipful Company of Woolmen

Learn more about the Woolmen Company and what it has to offer.

The Worshipful Company of Wheelwrights

Incorporated by Royal Charter in 167O the original purpose of the Company was to regulate the manufacture and quality of handmade wooden wheels. Today the Company is primarily a philanthropic and social organisation, with a particular emphasis on providing backing for wheeled mobility and education, as well as supporting the Lord Mayor and the City of London Corporation. In addition to supporting the Ancient Craft of wheelwrighting, the Company has strong links with the modern wheel and tyre industry and other mobility-related activities.

Food Stalls

Clare’s Catering

Clare will be selling her tasty lamb dishes.

Cluck Farmyard

A warm welcome to Cluck Farmyard, who will be joining us this year for the first time with their fried chicken tenders and fries, inspired by cuisines throughout the world.

Purbeck Ice Cream

Purbeck will be returning to the fair with their Award winning real dairy ice creams, fruit sorbets and plant-based vegan products. Made on their farm in Dorset with love.

Nut, Gluten and Egg free

Sabaho Coffee

Coffee, hot & cold drinks and Lebanese inspired bakes.