Fellowship at the livery

"Since 1709, The Fan Makers have moved with the times from an era when fans were both a sophisticated fashion and communication item to today where fan blades in turbines power highly sophisticated aircraft and ships. Across the generations, our livery members have supported tirelessly charities in very challenging environments, moving with the times to put something back into society. Fan Maker membership across all age groups, for the past 300 years, has generated a unique camaraderie reflecting the traditions of the City of London. I am so proud to be a part of something which is truly timeless and which still inspires and communicates to all age groups in today’s ever-changing world"

- Carole Plant, Liveryman

Our Societies

To promote the friendships and connections that are built within the livery, we house a number of societies wherein our members can socialise and share in their common interests, all with a little competitive spirit.

The Shooting Society

The Shooting Society welcomes all members who enjoy shooting to join them at the annual inter-livery clay shoot. Other shooting events, both clay and game, are held each year on an ad hoc basis. There is no membership fee and each event is attended on a pay as you shoot basis. It’s all about enjoying the day and whatever your standard of shooting you’ll fit in.

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The Golf Society

The Society was established in 1932 and the following year became a member of The Livery Companies Golfing Society which organises the Prince Arthur Cup, the most prestigious golf competition in Livery circles.
The ethos behind the Society is for friendly social occasions with the standard of play being of less importance.

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