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Town Crier Livery

Michaels design team will help you create a totally unique livery.

From Medieval times, the town crier has been a primary means of news communication with the townsfolk. Royal proclamations, local bylaws, market days, adverts and newsworthy events were all proclaimed by the town crier.

With the long past of tradition and heritage of the 17th Century style Uniforms & Town Crier Liveries, Michaels are pleased to have a team of experienced seamstresses and tailors to make a bespoke but traditional Town Crier Livery that’s tailored for the Town Crier.

A selection of fabrics and designs that are suitable for the Crier

Town Crier Liveries are worn for long periods of time and have to be comfortable in all weathers. Over the years, Michaels have worked closely with Town Criers from the UK and around the world and have a selection of fabrics and designs that are suitable for the Crier.

Keeping the traditional style, every Town Crier requires a different and bespoke livery to both reflect their own personal history and also the history of the area they are representing.

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What our customers say

Michaels Civic robes couldn't have been more Helpful, Knowledgeable & Efficient..... Not to mention Professional & Approachable. I have happily given them 5 stars, for a 5 star service. Thank you.

Marc Ridley

Just purchased fabulous new Feathers for my Tricorn purchased from Michaels , excellent service and value for money and ideal for any Council looking to appoint a Town Crier and fit them out ready for the Platinum Jubilee Celebrations this year.

Bob Smytherman

On behalf of the Guild of Mace-Bearers please accept my sincerest thanks for attending this year’s Conference and Training in Southend-on-Sea. It was fantastic to get an in depth understanding of the Care of Civic Robes & Regalia and all the delegates went away armed with information that will assist them and their local Authorities.

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