A steamy day out in London

David Vaughan

The Lord Mayors show  in city of London is one of the year’s major spectator events. With over 100 floats, marching bands and military exhibits featuring horse mounted cavalry it attracts large crowds along the route which passes many well-known London landmarks. Floats and displays by the ancient livery companies of the city are always a major part of the parade and one of these is entered by The Worshipful Company of Paviors whose task it was originally to keep the London streets and pavements clear of muck, and to round up any stray animals such as dogs and pigs.

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