The Prime Warden was delighted to present Regina Mitchell with the Saddlers Trophy for Excellence in Saddlery at the recent Capel Manor College Graduation Ceremony. The Saddlers’ Company has provided means tested bursaries, funds for equipment and materials, and prizes for excellent since the College was established. Sustaining the traditional craft of saddlery and providing training opportunities for those interested in a career in the saddlery and leather sectors remains a key pillar in the Company’s charitable works.
Godfrey Morris, recently retired Master Saddler at The Royal Horse Artillery and now owner of Crowncraft Leather, was […]Learn More
Hugh Taylor; Prime Warden, Past Prime Warden Mark Maffey, and Catherine Morris; Trade, Equestrian, and Charities Advisor of […]Learn More
Inspired by Abbey England’s latest ‘podcraft’ Saddlers’ Company explores how you, as a customer or producer of leather […]Learn More
This is the next in our series of showcasing entrepreneurs from within the Saddlers’ Company. Michael started his […]Learn More
Neil Kagan welcomed the Saddlers to the Urdang Centre at City, University of London where students and staff […]Learn More