The Worshipful Company of Paviors has traditions dating back to the Middle Ages and is one of the 110 Livery Companies of the City of London.

The Paviors are a City of London livery company with records dating back to 1276, but now with aims to promote the ‘craft of paving’ through its outreach programmes and fellowship.
The modern Lord Mayor’s procession is a direct descendant of that first journey from the City, and the pageantry of Pepys and Canaletto is recognizable today. Over the years, the Mayor’s journey became so splendid that it became known as the Lord Mayor’s Show.
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