Today presents a rare chance to see one of London's oldest traditions as The Worshipful Company of Woolmen stages sheep drive across London Bridge
The Worshipful Company of Woolmen are raising money for charity and focussing the spotlight on British wool and sheep at 10am
Six hundred freemen, friends and families and a flock of sheep will gather at 10am on Sunday 29 September and invoke the ancient right to drive sheep across one of London's most famous landmarks. Twenty Suffolk and Texel sheep are part of this traditional and worthy pageant.
Bill Clark, Master of the Worshipful Company of Woolmen, said: "We want people not only to witness, but also to take part in a uniquely British tradition. "The point of this event is to raise awareness of the London Liveries and the important work that they do with charities."