Providing Charitable Support

Our Charitable Trust supports Chloe Treharne, a mezzo soprano studying on the Masters programme at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama

Support the Craft

Craig, from New College Durham, was the winning student plumber in this the Centenary Year of the JB Wilkinson Shield Award.

Proud to be part of the City

The Master Nick Gale says ‘The Plumbers are proud to put something back into our Craft, our Charity and the City; Come and join us’

Latest news

  • Now six new dates for your diary!

    Posted on 2nd September 2014

    Sample Plumbers' Fellowship.  Early booking is recommended to ensure a place.

    11th September   The “New River Head” Walk from Manor House to Islington  Click here

    There has been a slight change of the leader.  Darian Mitchell (Chair – Amwell Society) will lead us with her neighbour Peter Darrah along the same route and timings etc.    Darian has also arranged a special visit to the fine panelled Oak Room or Court Room, which is the original 18th century Director’s Board Room taken from the old water house at the River Head and incorporated into the new 1920s Thames Water Board offices.  These offices have been developed in to private residences and the Board Room is only opened by special arrangement a couple of times a year. So this is a real Plumbers treat

    28th September St Michael's Day Service  The service of veneration to the Patron Saint of the Company, St Michael the Archangel, will be held this year at 11am on Sunday 28th September 2014 at St Magnus-the-Martyr Church, Lower Thames Street, EC3 followed by lunch in the crypt.  Book here

    29th September Election of the Lord Mayor Alderman Alan Yarrow, the Alderman for Bridge Ward, in which the Company Church sits, is standing for election this year.  Click here

    14th October The Imperial War Museum & the New First World War Galleries  Click here.

    22nd October Come and be a witness at the Installation of the next Master.  Click here

    8th November Bonfire Night Cruise on the Thames Click here

    Have you remembered your Quarterage?  Click here

  • Bing Bong at The Queens Club 10th September

    Posted on 27th August 2014 Bing Bong at The Queens Club 10th September

    The Worshipful Company of Feltmakers’ Inter Livery Tennis Competition is held each year in September, at the prestigious Queens Club in London.  The Competition is open to all Livery Companies and each Company may enter one or two teams of mixed doubles of which at least one member in each pair will be a member of the Livery. In all there is a maximum of sixty players permitted.

    Are you interested in representing the Plumbers'.  For details click here

  • Election of the Lord Mayor 29th September

    Posted on 27th August 2014

    Exercise your right as a Lveryman and participate in the Election of the nect Lord Mayor.  Alderman Alan Yarrow, the Alderman for Bridge Ward, in which the Company Church sits, is standing for election this year.

    The election will be followed by lunch in Paiter Stainers' Hall.  For details and booking click here.

  • Getting to know your City

    Posted on 26th August 2014 Getting to know your City

    1   Knowledge of the City Lectures by Registered City of London Guides during October.  Click here for details

    2   An invitation from the Secretary of the United Wards' Club.  Click here

  • A Grandstand View

    Posted on 7th August 2014

    Tickets are now available for a Grandstand seat at the Lord Mayor's Show on 8th November 2015.  Please note that those wanting to buy Grandstand Tickets must apply direct and not through the office.  For flier and booking form click here.

  • A New Livery Year approaches.  Installation of the New Master 22nd October

    Posted on 5th August 2014

    The new Master and Wardens will be installed in St Magnus-the-Martyr Church, Lower Thames Street, followed by the Installation Service on Wednesday 22nd October 2014.  After the Service, the Master-Elect, Steve Hodkinson, and his wife Jane invite you to join them for a champagne and canapé reception at Vintners’ Hall, Upper Thames Street. This will be followed by a served 2-course lunch with wine in the historic main hall, to which they would be delighted if you could join them.

    For further details and booking form click here.

Recent events

  • Some stats for our web site

    In August 2014, there were 601 users over 986 sessions. 4,232 pages were viewed, an average of 4.21 per session.  90% of the sessions were viewed in the UK.

    For monthly use this year click here

  • She has done it!

    She has done it!

    Wendy Hamilton, accompanied in part by Joe Sibthorpe, has completed her walk round the Isle of Wight in support of the Plumbers' Museum at Singleton.  She is very foot sore having walked the complete 74 miles in two days.  Click on the heading for details from Wendy. Now is the time for those of you who sponsored her to pay up. You can still add your support.  Click here.

    Well done and thank you Wendy.  PS She has raised over £4,000

  • New Livery Golf Champion

    New Livery Golf Champion

    Thirty Golfers, Liverymen and their guests, enjoyed a great day at New Zealand Golf Club in Surrey.  After a cup of coffee and bacon roll to fortify everyone, we all set off in pairs in great golfing weather - no wind, warm and not too sunny. The Club laid on a very welcome drinks station half way round the first 9 holes and the Master joined us on the course in his chauffeur driven buggy to watch us coming in - thank you to John Demont, our Chairman and the driver, who had a shoulder injury and couldn't play.

    Click on header for more details

  • Five New Liverymen

    Five New Liverymen

    At the meeting of the Court on 29th July,  James Quiggin, a Building Services Engineer, proposed by UW SL Hodkinson and seconded by PM DJ Hamilton, Malvern Tipping, a Chartered Surveyor proposed by PM CG Sneath and seconded by IPM CJ Yuill, Barbara Abraham, a Tax Adviser proposed by Snr Asst EFM Stary and seconded by PM JAN Lockyer, Trevor Wilson, a Retired Policeman, proposed by Past Std RJ Harvey and seconded by Snr Std D Attwood and Kingsley Poulton, a Property & Technology Consultant, proposed by Asst PD Flatt and seconded by PM MS Samuel were clothed in the Livery.