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Berwin Leighton Paisner
The Pool Of London Partnership
The Fishmongers' Company
The Mabey Group
Mowlem plc
The Mercers' Company
The Glaziers Company
London Bridge Hotel
Listed below are the sponsors that financed the construction of this website. If you would like to be a sponsor or to just make a contribution to the museum project please get in contact.

Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) is a premier City law firm with expertise in many major industry and service sectors. Based in Adelaide House, its landmark offices by London Bridge, BLP is growing, ambitious and innovative, as well as nurturing and supportive, with an ethic of excellence and quality.

It was Chambers and Partners’ ‘UK Law Firm of the Year 2005’, as well as The Lawyer’s ‘Law Firm of the Year’ in 2004. It has an office in Brussels, and, as well as its USA/French alliance partner and a German ‘best friend’, and it works with preferred firms around the world.

For more information on BLP and Adelaide House, click on the link or visit their website.
The Pool of London Partnership is the regeneration agency working to improve the physical, social and economic environment of the high-profile Pool of London area which stretches from London Bridge to just past Tower Bridge on both sides of the river Thames.

The Pool of London Partnership works closely with a wide range of public, private and voluntary sector organisations as well as policy makers and residents, raising aspirations and facilitating linkages between major developments, education, training and quality of life. For more information on the Pool of London Partnership, click on the link or visit their website.
The Fishmongers' Company is one of the twelve Great Livery Companies of the City of London and among the most ancient of the City Guilds, with an unbroken existence of more than 700 years residing at Fishmongers' Hall.

For more information on the history of the Hall and the Fishmongers' Company, click on the link or visit their website.
The Mabey Group of Companies is a major British engineering organisation which specialises in bridging, steel fabrication, plant hire and construction products. They supplied temporary bridging during the reconstruction of London Bridge.

For more information on the Mabey Group, click on the link or visit their website.

Mowlem plc are one of the largest Construction and Development Companies in Europe and has been behind many of the substantial contracts in London for over 200 years.

For more information on their history and their services, click on the
link or visit their website.
The Mercers' Company is the first of the twelve Great Livery Companies of the City of London and among the most ancient of the City Guilds, and was incorporated by Royal Charter in 1394.

For more information on the history of the Mercers' Company and the Hall, click on the link or visit their website.
Glaziers Hall is a Georgian listed Livery Hall situated on the South bank of the River Thames alongside London Bridge.

For more information on the history of the Hall and the Glaziers Company, click on the
link or visit the Glaziers Hall website and the Glaziers Company website.
London Bridge Hotel is an independently owned 4 star establishment located in an historic part of London and has established itself as a local landmark as well as a favourite choice for both business and leisure guests.

For more information click on the
link or visit the London Bridge Hotel website.



The London Bridge Museum & Educational Trust gratefully acknowledges the use of images and help for this website from the following organisations and people.

Chorley Handford Realistic
English Heritage (National Monuments Record)
Fishmongers' Hall
Glaziers Hall Limited
Gospatrick Home (for Gordon Home - Author of "Old London Bridge" 1931 Bodley Head)
Guildhall Library (Corporation of London)
Imagika Designs Ltd.
Mowlem plc.
Lake Havasu City Tourist Board
Museum Of London
Peter Jackson FSA (Artist, Historian and Author of "London Bridge" - 2002 - Historical Publications Ltd)
Peter Froste
Southwark Local Studies Library

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