Journalists and photographers are of course free to watch the Show. To gain access to the press stands on the processional route you must be accredited. An accreditation form will appear here two weeks before the date of the Show.
There are several photographic and interview opportunities in and around the Lord Mayor’s Show, including the dawn coach rehearsal. Details will be published here as soon as times and dates are set.
Press releases put out by the City of London Press Office about the Show will appear here immediately, along with any others that seem useful.
Leading lawyer Fiona Woolf elected Lord Mayor of the City of London and outlines her ‘Tomorrow’s City’ vision
30 September 2013Alderman Fiona Woolf was today elected as the 686th Lord Mayor of the City of London to serve as the global ambassador for UK-based financial and business services from Friday 8 November. She becomes only the second woman ever to hold the post in its 800-year history following in the footsteps of Mary Donaldson in 1983.
Every year a selection of images are published to help people covering the buildup to the Show. They typically includes images from last year's procession, rehearsals and other preparations for this year's Show and of course the new Lord Mayor.
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For further information about these or any other subject, or to arrange an interview with Dominic Reid, please contact John Park at the City of London Press Office on 020 7332 1754 or by email at John.Park at cityoflondon.gov.uk.