2000 – A New Century

2011 THE VERY REVD DR JOHN MOSES, DEAN OF ST.PAULS, BECOMES AN HONORARY FREEMAN

2012 AD London Olympics

2020 HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES BECOMES AN HONORARY COURT ASSISTANT

Representation of the weaving industry in the Livery today reflects the UK textile specialisms in the craft and design of top class woven cloths in suitings, furnishings, ceremonial, and hi-tec structures. The weaving industry being smaller today but more specialised. A conscious effort is made towards involving Company’s members of all ages in its affairs, by familiarisation with UK weaving, by assessment of charitable applications, by membership of committees, and by involvement in social events. The Company is committed to encouraging diversity, equality, and inclusion among its membership with the aim of ensuring that all members feel respected and able to give of their best.

Past Upper Bailiffs

A list of all previous Upper Bailiffs since 1600 can be found in the attached document.

The Upper Bailiff's Badge

The Upper Bailiff’s Badge, presented to the Company in 1878 by Frederic Ouvry when he was Upper Bailiff.

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The Weavers' Company Crest

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