City Livery Company, The Drapers, is one of the oldest being given its Royal Charter in 1361. Every year it records it activities in an annual review, outlining its members visits, achievements and charitable aims.
Like many, its core function then was the cloth trade (along with Wool Makers, Clothworkers, Taylors, Sheep Men, Drapers etc).
These days it has considerable charitbable aims, with main activities being all things cloth – conservation, research as well as mentoring those in the trade.
Its fabulous Hall is next to the Bank of England in central London.
We have been working with the Drapers Company since 2012.
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