Click hereVisit to St Bride’s Church & London Gin Distillery Wednesday, 13th January 2016 Membership Committee Tuesday, 19th January 2016 Carpenter's Hall 1030 Finance Committee Tuesday, 19th January 2016 Carpenters' Hall 1200 Social Committee Tuesday, 19th January 2016 Wax Chandlers Hall 1400 Court of Assistants & Lunch Tuesday, 26th January 2016 Carpenter's Hall 1030 Plumbers’ Table Monday, 1st February 2016 Ironmongers' Hall 1230
Christmas approaches and what a great way to celebrate with Livery friends by attending the annual Carol Service at 6.30pm on Tuesday 8th December 2015 at the Company's church, St Magnus the Martyr, Lower Thames Street, London. The service will be conducted by the Company's Chaplain, The Reverend Philip Warner. As usual we will be accompanied by the organist and choir of St Magnus.
Mulled wine will be served before the service and there will be a buffet supper with wine, coffee or orange juice afterwards. We do hope that you will be able to join in this annual celebration with your families and friends.
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Past Master Edward Hopkinson, Chairman of the Board of the Plumbing Museum and Workshop Trust, has written to say :"I am pleased to let you know that the IPM, Steve Hodkinson, has accepted an invitation to become a Director and Trustee of the Plumbing Museum and Workshop Trust. He was duly appointed as such during a full meeting of the Board held at the Museum on Wednesday the 25th November."
Congratulations to Steve. For more about the Trust and the other charitable work of the Company click here.
Liveryman Phil Mead and Liveryman Peter Cheesman will be at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum on the 4th December 2015 demonstrating lead casting in the Court Barn from 10.30 am to 3.00pm .Why not join them and see lead craftsmen at work.
The Trustees record with much appreciation the bequest to the Charity recently received from the executors of the Late Past Master Sir John Lea.
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A Conference Organised by RSPH, with speakers from Public Health England and the Health and Safety Executive, this meeting will provide delegates with information on:
* Practicalities of implementing Water Safety Plans for the management of Legionella, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and other waterborne pathogens in the healthcare environment
* How the Water Safety Group can function to make a real difference to water safety management
* How innovation can ease the burden and improve water safety
* What regulators expect
* The role that risk assessments play in the formation, planning and implementation of Water Safety Plans.
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On Wednesday 13 th January, you are invited to join the Master on Wednesday 13 January 2016 for a visit to the beautiful St Bride’s Church in Fleet Street, followed by a tour of the City of London Distillery situated in historic Bride Lane. Lunch will be taken at the Punch Tavern in Fleet Street.
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Steve Hodkinson, the IPM, explains to the Heating, Ventilating and Plumbing Magazine how the the Worshipful Company of Plumbers is an ancient London Livery Company, which supports the industry's aim of raising public health standards. He emphasizes that the Company still has a role to play.
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The Acturies.The Solicitors and SNIPEF. The Master highlights some of the latest functions and joins in congratulating some achievers Click on header to read the Blog.
Letters of thanks have been recently received from Spires - a lifeline for homeless and vulnerable people in the City, YMCA East London and More House School where we have helped in the development of their School of Engineering. Read the letters by clicking here.
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The Worshipful Company of Plumbers continues to expand its global reach with its latest International Member. David Bramma, the Property Manager for Royal Dutch Shell plc covering the Middle East and West Africa, was sworn in at a ceremony in Wax Chandlers’ Hall on Tuesday 17th November 2015 by our Master Mrs Erica Stary and the Clerk. We were able to catch David on a brief visit to the Uk from his base in Dubai to complete the ceremony, which was witnessed by his proposer Court Assistant Paul Flatt.
Prior to moving to the Middle East, David had many years’ experience working in the City of London and is looking forward to returning here when his contract in the Middle East is compete and strengthening his links with us. We welcome David to the Company