Encouraging trainee plumbers

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Our Master this year is Robert Burgon

I will serve the Company in its promotion of the plumbing industry, its charitable activities and support for the City of London institutions.

Supporting the Craft

Historic lead crafts still have a place in modern society. Witness them in our museum at Singleton.

Latest news

  • GDPR - Our Privacy Notice

    Posted on 24th April 2018

    In compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation the Plumbers’ Company Privacy Notice can be found by clicking here.

  • The Cricket Match approaches

    Posted on 14th March 2018 The Cricket Match approaches

    To Plumbers'  Liverymen from the Clerk

    Following the save-the-date on the website, I am delighted to attach full details of the forthcoming Charity Cricket match at the Royal Household Cricket Club.  On Tuesday 10th July 2018, at this exclusive location, the Plumbers Cricket XI will take on the Royal Household XI.  A colored brochure, copy attached , has been sent by email to all the Livery.  Places are limited so please use the attached to book and pay for your places.  Booking and payment will secure your place on a first come, first served basis, subject only to security clearance.  If you have any further questions, please direct these to the contacts in the leaflet.

  • Do you wish to see a Doctor or a Plumber?

    Posted on 8th April 2018 Do you wish to see a Doctor or a Plumber?

    On Monday 21st May, the Plumbers' Company Annual Lecture for 20187 will be delivered by Professor Mala Rao OBE, Senior Clinical Fellow Imperial College London and Trustee Wateraid UK.  She has a concern for and understanding of the health impacts of climate change and environmental degradation have grown over the past few decades.  An NHS public health physician by background, her career has spanned public health practice, policy and research, in the local, national and global arenas. Deeply committed to health and social equality, she has become internationally recognised for championing access to safe water and sanitation and for raising awareness of the impacts of climate change on health, especially the health of women and children. 

    An opportunity not to be missed for Liverymen and guests, Corporate Members and their guests, trainees, apprentices and graduates to hear about the challenges of water and health.  Find out more and book by clicking here.

  • You are invited to a Court Lunch in Apothecaries’ Hall

    Posted on 27th March 2018 You are invited to a Court Lunch in Apothecaries’ Hall

    On Tuesday 24th April the Master, Wardens and Court of Assistants will host our Company's second "Masters and Clerks" luncheon, in the splendid surroundings of Apothecaries' Hall, to which we have invited the Masters and Clerks of other Livery Companies with whom we enjoy a particularly close relationship. We are fortunate that Sheriff Neil Redcliffe has agreed to be our guest speaker.

    The lunch follows the regular Court meeting and all Liverymen are cordially invited to attend. It will be a splendid opportunity to meet and socialise with many of our fellow Livery Companies. Click here for details and booking.

    Apothecaries Hall is a Grade I listed building at Black Friars Lane, London.[1] It is the headquarters of the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London, one of the livery companies of the City of London. It is one of the largest livery companies (with over 1,600 members in 2012) and ranks 58th in their order of precedence. The building, originally part of the Dominican priory of Black Friars, was called Cobham House prior to its purchase by the society in 1632.

  • The Plumbers’ Company Annual Review 2017

    Posted on 27th March 2018 The Plumbers’ Company Annual Review 2017

     

    The Annual review 2017 is now available by clicking here.

     

     

  • Legionella and Building Water Systems

    Posted on 25th March 2018 Legionella and Building Water Systems

    Plumbers and building service engineers may be interested in the following link to the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers(ASHRAE) Proposed Revision of Guideline 12-2000, Managing the Risk of Legionellosis Associated with Building Water Systems that is out for Second Public Review:  Click here

Recent events

  • Our Company Curator retires

    Our Company Curator retires

    During the past 10 years, Liveryman Andrew Hunter-Blair has been the Company Curator.  Among the tasks required of our Curator are maintaing a catalogue of our treasures, researching their history, liaising with Guildhall, Livery Companies and others on matters appertaining to the treasures and planning, organising, and presenting exhibitions of the Treasures as required by the Company.  Andrew has arranged the display of our treasures on two occasions during his tenure of office.

    At the Court Lunch on 24th April, the Master thanked Andrtew for his hard work and presented him with a minature silver Plumbers Company ladle.

    A new Curator will be appointed in the near future.

  • Walking, praying, plumbing and tennis - all in the Master’s week

    Walking, praying, plumbing and tennis - all in the Master’s week

     

    Read the latest Blog from the Master by clicking here.

  • Plumbing throughout the World

    Plumbing throughout the World

    A full wrap of all the wonderful activities, events and highlights that took place around the world on World Plumbing Day 2018 is contained inside this edition of the WPC Newsletter. Some particular highlights were the inaugural events held in Huai'an, China, Cebu in the Philippines and Lagos, Nigeria.

    Read all about it and much more from the World Plumbing Council by clicking here.

  • A report from our Golf Society

    A report from our Golf Society

    The Plumbers Golf Society were out in the sunshine at the Harry Colt designed Betchworth Park GC in Surrey. Daniel Flowers, Anthony Lowe and David Hannam were our team in the “Pewterers Challenge” organised by last years winners of the Quaiche, our friends at The Worshipful Company of Horners. Colin Richards and his team put on a great day for 30 golfers from 8 Liveries and The City Livery Club.

    The winners this time were The Farriers.

    Our team had a most enjoyable day with David Hannam our top scorer with 30 points. Our prize winner was Danny Flowers with a Nearest The Pin award on the tricky par 3 13th hole - well done Danny.

    Our next event is at Brookmans Park GC on May 2nd. For further information and to join our merrie band of golfers please contact our Secretary Mick Munro.