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Merchant Taylors' Hall,
30 Threadneedle Street,
London, EC2R 8JB

+44 (0)20 7450 4445
info@mtaylorsevents.co.uk
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ABOUT OUR VENUE

Do you have an important client reception or staff party to arrange? Perhaps the responsibility for a major conference sits on your shoulders? A training awayday for key personnel? A roadshow? An awards dinner? Or maybe the chance to push the boat out for a gathering of very special friends? Whatever the event, you’ll know exactly what you want to achieve. And bringing it all together perfectly is what we’re good at.

From ten people to 700. Tailored to your vision and budget. Organised with flair and precision. An unforgettable event at Merchant Taylors’ can start right now with a call to 020 7450 4445.

I would like to say a huge thank you to you and your team for contributing to the success of our event yesterday. As always, the staff on the day were amazing, so helpful and friendly. It is such a huge relief from a customer’s point of view to work with the venue as it is the collaboration that makes such a difference.

A special mention to Keith, James and Michaela – what absolute stars and you are very lucky to have such talented people on your team working with customers.

Lucy Heavens, Director of Global Marketing Programs

OUR HISTORY AND HERITAGE

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1327

In 1327, King Edward III’s Royal Charter established the Fraternity of Tailors and Linen Armourers, later known as The Worshipful Company of Merchant Taylors.
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1300's

Linen Armourers who originally belonged to the Guild made the padded tunics known as gambesons worn under armour.
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1400

The Great Kitchen at Merchant Taylors’ has been producing fabulous food for over 500 years.
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1450

The original 14th century floor of the Hall was made of beaten clay covered with rushes…and can still be seen today.
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1503

Henry VII first recognised the Guild by the name of Merchant Taylors’ in 1503.
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1607

James I enjoyed dining in private at Merchant Taylors’ in 1607 in the room known today as the King’s Gallery.
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1814

Alexander I of Russia and Frederick William III of Prussia dined in the Hall in 1814.
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19th Century

The Duke of Wellington was made an Honorary Freeman of Merchant Taylors’.
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Our friendly, approachable staff are available for you to contact at any time.

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