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

  • Powerful Women

    Posted on 18th June 2014 Powerful Women

    Guildhall Friday 19th September

    Enjoy a wonderful evening in the Old Library and the Great Hall of the historic Guildhall for a celebration on Powerful Women in Opera portrayed in some of the most wonderfully tuneful arias, choruses and orchestral interludes ever written by Verdi, Bizet, Berlioz, Bellini, Saint Saens and Ciliea. The Chelsea Opera Group, under the baton of Gianluca Marcanó, will be joined by two spectacular singers, Nelly Miricioiu (soprano) and Nino Surguladze (mezzo soprano), both of whom have sung with the Royal Opera and the Metropolitan Opera.  The opera scenes will be narrated by the well-known actress Hannah Gordon.  The performance will be a powerful operatic feast sandwiched between delicious bowls of food and lubricating wines that will transform a stellar evening into something quite out of the ordinary.  Afterwards  you can linger over wine and cheese – a perfect end to a busy week!

    For details click here.    Read a  new letter fromm the Lord Mayor

  • The Lord Mayors Ball 17th October 2014 Guildhall

    Posted on 24th July 2014

     On Friday 17th October, Alderman Fiona Woolf CBE, The Rt. Hon The Lord Mayor of London, is hosting a gala ball for 700 special guests in the Great Hall of Guildhall.  This prestigious event, chaired by Lady Barbara Judge, is the inaugural Lord Mayor’s Ball and promises to be a memorable occasion of great food, fine wine and dancing.  Music will be provided by the Earthlights Boogie Band and funds raised will go to four community based charities benefiting from the Lord Mayor’s Appeal 2014; Beating Bowel Cancer, Raleigh International, Princess Alice Hospice and Working Chance.

    7pm Canapé Reception | 8pm 3-Course Dinner | 10pm The Earthlights Boogie Band |1am Carriages

    Dress Code: White or Black Tie

    Click here

  • A bit of culture and supporting the Red Cross

    Posted on 21st July 2014

    Throughout 2014 the British Red Cross International Fundraising Committee will be holding ‘ART for LIFE’. This exciting project includes three different art events. The Art for Life launch party & auction of donated artworks; an exhibition of Joan Miro's iconic 'Tapestry of Tarragona' and the fantastic art collection of the Catalan Red Cross; and the Children 4 Children art competition.

    Some wonderful pieces have been generously donated including a signed Picasso etching, a first edition (1863) Francisco de Goya etching; and artworks from: Turner Prize-winners Grayson Perry CBE and Tracey Emin CBE RA; Arne Quinze, Ken Howard, Fabrizio Plessi, Maximilian Wiedemann, Luc Waring, Kate Shaw, Nasser Azam, Edward Burtynsky and many other works.

    For details click here.

  • Chains of Office and Badges - Sheriffs Elect

    Posted on 19th July 2014

    You are invited to contribute towards these important Chains of Office and Badges.  Details can be found by clicking on the relevant name Alderman and Sheriff-Elect Dr Andrew Parmley ,   Sheriff-Elect Fiona Adler.  Your chance to support the City.

  • Cityview

    Posted on 15th July 2014


    Cityview is the magazine of the City Corporation and keeps you up to date on our current work and plans for the future.

    It is published twice a year (December and June) and supplemented by Cityview Online, a web-based magazine also published twice a year, for viewing online or to download. Click here for the latest issue.

  • A new email address?

    Posted on 12th July 2014

    If you change your email address please change the details in your record in the membership database.  Only you and the office staff can change your details.  When you make any changes please send an email to the Clerk at

    Failure to notify the office about a changed email address will mean that you will miss out on important information.

Recent events

  • The Lord Mayor visits the Plumbers’ Museum at Singleton - History & Craftsmanship in action.

    The Lord Mayor visits the Plumbers’ Museum at Singleton - History & Craftsmanship in action.

    The Lord Mayor, Alderman Fiona Woolf, Court Assistant of the Plumbers Company accompanied by consort and husband Nicholas, were welcomed by the Master at the Weald and Downland Museum in Singleton. The highlight of the trip round the various buildings showing crafts of yesteryear was to be found in the Court Barn - the Plumbers' Workshop.  Decorative lead work was produced under The Lord Mayor's watchful eye. She then visited exhibitions of other Livery Companies and saw active examples of their crafts.

    Nearly 120 Liverymen with families and friends sat down for a very enjoyable lunch in the magnificent Gridshell Building.  Food consumed, the Master Plumber welcomed The Lord Mayor, her consort, Fellow Masters from the Builders Merchants, Constructors, Fuellers, Glaziers, Lightmongers,  Masons and Tylers & Bricklayers, Liverymen and all their families and guests. He then made a number of presentations to The Lord Mayor culminating in a magnificent example of decorative lead work: a lead planter commemorating her year as Lord Mayor and decorated with her coat of arms and that of both the City and the Plumbers' Company. A limited edition of smaller lead  planters will be fashioned at Singleton and sold with the profit going to the Plumbers' charities.

    All in all a great family day out demonstrating not only the craft of plumbing but also that of other Livery Companies and all with our special guest, The Lord Mayor of the City of London.

    For more pictures click here.  Support the Museum by sponsoring Wendy Hamilton on her walk round the Isle of Wight.  Details click here.

  • The Fellowship of the Company at it’s best

    The Fellowship of the Company at it’s best

    The Master's Weekend (or as for this year the Master's Mid Week Break) is one of the highlights in the Plumbers' Company year.  This year was no exception as 66 Liverymen and wives thoroughly enjoyed a few days of Lancastrian hospitality organised by Gales Incorporated - that is the Master and his family.  Click on the heading for al writeup and look at a few pictures by clicking here.

  • What an achievement!

    What an achievement!

    A small band of Plumbers who manned the Bottle Tombola stall in the yard of the Guildhall on the Lord Mayor's Gift Day raised the magnificent sum of £1,632.48 for her charities.  See

    Did you buy a ticket at the Company Tombola Stand?  If so click here to ascertain if you are a winner.

  • Welcome to our first Spanish International Member

    Welcome to our first Spanish International Member

    In Palma Mallorca, Dr Esteban  Delgado was welcomed into the Company by Past Master Rodney Cartwright.  The Clerk administered the oath for Freedom of the Company using Skype.

    Esteban is the Chairman of Preverisk, a company that provides a safety  and food and water hygiene programmes for the hospitality sector.