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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

  • The Installation of Dame Fiona Woolf DBE DL as our next Master

    Posted on 30th August 2018 The Installation of Dame Fiona Woolf DBE DL as our next Master

    Another year has passed and on 16th October Dame Fiona Woolf will be installed as Master for the ensuing year in St Magnus-the-Martyr Church, Lower Thames Street.  At the same ceremony, Dr Peter Rumley will be installed as Upper Warden and Nick Jones as Renter Warden.  They all look forward to the honour of serving our ancient Company.  Following the Installation Service, you are all welcome to a champagne reception at Vintners’ Hall, Upper Thames Street, which will be followed by a three-course luncheon with wine in the historic main hall.  Click here for flyer and booking form.

  • 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.

  • Ladle Dinner - a must for all Liverymen - Wednesday 21st November 2018

    Posted on 26th September 2018 Ladle Dinner - a must for all Liverymen - Wednesday 21st November 2018

    The Senior Steward, Ian Smith and Stewards invite you to join them in entertaining the Master and Wardens and in honouring the Immediate Past Master, Robert Burgon, at the 2018 Ladle Dinner and thanking him for all he has done in his year.

    For details and booking click here.

  • A Celebration Banquet in Guildhall

    Posted on 24th September 2018 A Celebration Banquet in Guildhall

    The events secretary of the City of London Branch of the Royal Society of St George and next year is the 125th anniversary of the society has written to our Company to inform us that the Guildhall has been booked for a celebration Banquet on Tuesday 23rd April 2019 and as the Queen is their patron they hope to have a member of the Royal Family in attendance and a guest speaker and hopefully the Mayoral party.

    He asks us to make anote of the date in our diaries.  The calling notice will go out towards the end of January and they hope to fill Guildhall and can only do this with the support of other City organisations, the cost of the event will be in line with other events held at Guildhall. (£125)

  • Thanksgiving and Remembrance at St Brides

    Posted on 24th September 2018 Thanksgiving and Remembrance at St Brides

    St Bride's Church off Fleet Street is recognised as the as the church of the media & the press.  It is also well used by and visited by Livery Companies.  The story of St Bride's is inextricably woven into the history of the City of London. By the time the Great Fire of 1666 left the church in ruins, a succession of churches had existed on the site for about a millennium.  The building's most recent incarnation was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1672 in Fleet Street in the City of London, though Wren's original building was largely gutted by fire during the London Blitz in 1940.

    The church has a varied programme of services this autumn to which Liverymen and their families are warmly invited.  The annual Act of Remembrance, on Sunday 11th November, carries extra significance this year as it falls on the centenary of the Armistice ending World War I. The choir will sing Duruflé's Requiem accompanied by the St Bride's Orchestra and our sermon will  be preached by Barbara Neubert, Anglican pastor of St Paul's Church, Berlin.

    For the full programme click here.

  • Art in the Garden of God

    Posted on 20th September 2018 Art in the Garden of God

    The Treloar’s Art Lecture will be delivered on 14th November.  17th Century Dutch art is quite different from anything that had gone before. It dealt with the real lives of its people: at times ordered, at others bawdy or self-important, and occasionally tragic.  This lecture will examine why this is so.

    Click here for booking details

Recent events

  • Our Golfers support the Lord Mayor

    Our Golfers support the Lord Mayor

    Our Golf Captain, Liveryman Richard Harvey reports

    “Four intrepid members of the Plumbers Company Golf Society joined sixteen other teams to play the annual Lord Mayors Charity Golf Day on Monday 17th September. The venue was the stunning Moor Park golf course in Hertfordshire – a course well known (and feared) to me, but a new one to my colleagues: Michael Munro, Luke and Tony Peters.

    The day began with the usual golfers fare of coffee and bacon rolls, Mulligans were purchased, nearest the pin entries were purchased and raffle tickets were purchased too (but we did get a goody bag!) – all in aid of the Lord Mayors Charity. We started well with Michael recording his name on the first “nearest the pin” - but sadly this was plundered by another player later in order.

    We completed our round and enjoyed Pimms on the magnificent terrace before a scrumptious three course lunch in the Mansion itself. A silent auction of wonderful things took place, and we were treated to a speech by the Lord Mayor Charles Bowman. We came very much “mid table” in the order of merit – a thoroughly decent performance by the Plumbers.

    We departed with full stomachs, happy hearts and dreams of what might have been.”

  • The “Ruby” edition of the Master’s Blog

    The “Ruby” edition of the Master’s Blog

    Well, not quite correct but this week does see the 40th Blog from our Master Robert.  He and the Mistress are still working hard at representing the Plumbers' in the City as well as ensuring that our own house is in good order.  Read the "Ruby" edition by clicking here.

  • He must have been exhausted.  Master’s Blog 39

    He must have been exhausted.  Master’s Blog 39

    Something every day, finishing with the Master’s Weekend in Edinburgh - phew!  Read the Blog by clicking here.

  • The Three Bridges, a Dram (or two) then a Wheelie!!

    The Three Bridges, a Dram (or two) then a Wheelie!!

    What a day.  All of the above plus a close up of the Kelpies and a magnificent dinner at the Museum of Scotland.  Thanks on behalf of the attendees were expressed by Past Masters John Rae and Charles Smith. This is but a taster, a fuller report will follow but click here for some pictures.