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The worshipful company of bakers welcomes new members from both the trade and city. Discounted membership is available for applicants under 40 years with further discounts for those under 30.

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The worshipful company of bakers is as active today as at anytime since our first written record in 1155.

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Central to what we do, our charitable activities embrace Trade, City and community.

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Education & Industry

Encouraging young people to train as bakers and supporting them when they enter the industry remains a key objective for the worshipful company of bakers.

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Show your support for the worshipful company of bakers and promote your business.

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5-120 people, office space, meeting rooms, receptions, exhibitions, lunch or dinner, formal or informal- bakers hall caters for all 

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Bursary Courses Application Window Extended

BURSARY COURSES 2020: There’s still time to apply! 

The Worshipful Company of Bakers is delighted to announce that the applications window for the 2020 bursary courses has been extended to Monday 10th February 2020, so there is still time to apply!

Two courses have been arranged for this year:

Sunday 26th – Friday 31st July at the Richemont School in Lucerne

Tuesday 15th – Thursday 17th September at the Bakels Innovation Centre, Bicester, Oxon.

Full details of the courses, the entry criteria and the application form may be found on the Education and Industry link above. The same form is used for both courses.

Candidates will be notified on Friday 14th February if they are required for interview.

Welcome to the Worshipful Company of Bakers

The Bakers' Company can trace its origins back to 1155 and is the City of London's second oldest recorded guild.

The Company’s membership is drawn from those living and working in the City of London; from those working in the Baking Industry or Allied Trades and from those who wish to support charitable activities and see history and tradition maintained.

The Bakers’ Company continues to be closely involved with the baking trade and a high proportion of its members are Master Bakers or Allied Traders.

However, an equally high proportion have City, not Trade, backgrounds. Both are equally welcome as this combination of backgrounds enriches the Company.

Through the Benevolent Fund and individual member’s activities the Company is heavily involved in charitable works.

16 December 2019

Bakers’ Coat of Arms returns to Bakers’ Hall

We are pleased to announce the Deputy Master, Paul Morrow, has kindly refurbished and returned our external Coat of Arms to its rightful place, on the outside of the Bakers’ Hall. Please take time to enjoy viewing it, when next here.

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16 December 2019

Bakers’ Coat of Arms returns to Bakers’ Hall

We are pleased to announce the Deputy Master, Paul Morrow, has kindly refurbished and returned our external Coat of Arms to its rightful place, on the outside of the Bakers’ Hall. Please take time to enjoy viewing it, when next here.

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