Freedom and Livery Committee
- The prime function of this senior Court Committee is to ensure that the principles of the Company as laid out in the Charter and Ordinances are maintained.
This does not mean that Charter and Ordinances are applied as written as this would be impractical and prevent any advancement of the Company. The overall principles and spirit of the Company as laid out in these documents is however to be the guide for the conduct and function of the Company. This Committee is forward looking for the advancement of the Company.
Education & Technical Committee
- The Craft Aims and Objectives of the Company are
To: encourage excellence in plumbing
By: supporting and promoting the history of the craft
By: supporting and recognising individuals, organisations and institutions who achieve excellence in plumbing standards, education and technical development
By: influencing and raising the profile of key future plumbing developments related to safety, public health, sustainability and water conservation.
The Technical Committee will concentrate on Craft involvement and the educational and training aspects will be dealt with by the Education Committee.. Where appropriate, sub-groups will be used to focus on issues and provide reports to the Technical Committee. Sub groups will normally be chaired by a member of the Technical Committee and will report back to the Committee.
Charitable and Educational Trust
- An independent charitable trust with the trustees appointed by the Court.
Plumbing Museum & Workshop Trust
- The Trust is responsible for the Plumbers' Museum and Workshop at the Weald & Downland Museum at Singleton , near Chichester.