The Worshipful Company of Pattenmakers is a City of London Livery Company which was awarded its Royal Charter in 1670, but the Company is first recorded as a trade association for the makers of pattens in 1379 and the trade itself dates from the 12th century or earlier.
The Company continues to draw its membership from the footwear industry and from many other walks of life. The Company’s main focuses of activity are charity, fellowship and participation in the life of the City of London.
Company Granted Livery
Association Formed with Shoe Trade