Categories: Food & Drink, Liveries & Guilds
Charter granted by King Henry VII in 1486. The City's second oldest guild. (Weavers is the answer to your question.)
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This naked boy sitting on his pannier (basket) is thought to refer to the bak...
Near this site stood the shop belonging to Thomas Faryner, the King's baker, ...
Commerce, Food & Drink
Birthplace of British rock 'n roll and the popular music industry. Mickie Mo...
First London coffee house, opened by Pasqua Rosée. The Telegraph produced a ...
Company Secretary to the Dairy Supply Company in 1888.
The meeting place of the Wolf Club of which in about 1826 Edmund Kean was a l...
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12,210 brave WW1 seamen remembered on the monument at Tower Hill.
23,831 brave WW2 seamen remembered on the monument at Tower Hill.