In 2021 the Saddlers decided to support Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s ambition to ‘Plant a Tree’ for the Jubilee.
As part of an ongoing ‘Green Canopy’ initiative, Members have funded the establishment of a new copse at Blenheim aimed at reducing and ultimately removing the impact we all have on the planet. Plans are also afoot to connect City of London charities that the Company supports with opportunities at Blenheim.
Seen here planting the first of 380 saplings, is the Prime Warden, Lucy Atherton.
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Founded in 1363 the Worshipful Company of Saddlers was a medieval guild responsible for the regulation of the saddlery trade...Learn More
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