Sadlers Hall :: Visitors' Map of London :: A-Z Maps
Sadlers HallBuilt in 1956, it stands in part on the site of the first Saddlers' Hall funded from a bequest made by William de Lincolne 1393, though it is thought The Worshipful Company of Saddlers existed as a fraternity of saddlers even before the Norman conquest. The first hall stood until it destruction in 1666 during the Great Fire of London and a second Hall of 1670, was also destroyed by fire, in 1821; yet a third hall was destroyed by bombing in December 1940. The modern hall is built in classical style with a double cube banqueting hall, the company retains a valuable collection of silver and other treasures.
The Saddlers' Company is still actively involved with the saddlery trade supporting trainees and apprentices through bursaries, awards and prizes, and promoting of British saddlery. It is also involved in supporting British equestrianism and has a wide range of educational and charity interests and activities.
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