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We have a new Master - 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

  • Ladle Dinner 2017

    Posted on 31st October 2017 Ladle Dinner 2017

    The Senior Steward and Stewards invite you to join them in entertaining the Master and Wardens, and in honouring the Immediate Past Master, Brian Wadsworth, at the 2017 Ladle Dinner and thanking him for all that he has done in his year. We are fortunate to have the opportunity to dine at the splendid Cutlers’ Hall.

    Click here for more details and booking

  • Start your Christmas at the Guildhall Christmas Market

    Posted on 29th October 2017 Start your Christmas at the Guildhall Christmas Market

    Join Livery Companies in sipporting the Red Cross.  Get into the festive spirit with the sights and sounds of the Guildhall Christmas Market this November.  The market is open for one day only on Tuesday 28 November. However, there are also limited tickets available for a preview event the night before, and a special Syrian supper with Loyd Grossman and the Aleppo Supper club.   All proceeds will go towards the lifesaving work of the British Red Cross both in the UK and overseas.

    For details click here.

  • Our Master

    Posted on 25th October 2017 Our Master

    What do we know about Robert Burgon, our Master for the next year?  Well he is a Scotsman, married to a charming wife Sheila, is a church organist, enjoys jam and chutney making and is an expert at cryptic crosswords.  Now you may well ask are these the attributes for the Master Plumber?  

    The real answer is in his biography written for the member’s section of this web site.  Click here for details

  • We are moving - 1

    Posted on 18th November 2017

    Well at least our living demonstration of lead at Singleton is.  Whilst the Company will maintain a static display of Plumbing artefacts at the Weald and Download Museum at Singleton our live demonstration Lead craft facility will be moving to the living museum a short distance away at Amberley in West Sussex.

    Work has already started on the move and the Plumbing Museum Trust are planning to have the facility up and ready in March for opening of the 2018 session at Amberley.

  • Magic Circle encore

    Posted on 7th November 2017 Magic Circle encore

    Following an enjoyable visit to The Magic Circle in London last September, (click here for the report),  there were several disappointed Liverymen and guests who were unable to attend due to a limitation on numbers. If there is sufficient demand, it is proposed to arrange a further visit early in the New Year.

    If you are interested, please e-mail Sharon at the office with numbers by the end of November

  • Summoned by Bells - The Company Carol Service

    Posted on 2nd November 2017 Summoned by Bells - The Company Carol Service


    The Master and Mistress Plumber, Robert and Sheila, look forward to welcoming you to the glorious setting of our Company Church, St. Magnus the Martyr, Lower Thames Street, to celebrate the coming of Christmas.

    Click here for details and booking.

Recent events

  • Master’s Blog 4

    Master’s Blog 4

    BLord Mayor’s Show, Plumbing at Singleton, Livery Companies & apprentices.  Read the latest Blog from the Master by clicking here.

  • The Plumbers’ welcome the New Lord Mayor

    The Plumbers’ welcome the New Lord Mayor

    We look forward to supporting Lord Mayor Charles Bowman during his year as the 690th Lord Mayor of the City of London.

  • We Remember

    We Remember


    Cannon Street Railway Station

  • Master’s Blog 3

    Master’s Blog 3

    Remembrance, Thanksgiving, Ironbridge Memorial Lecture, Plaisterers' Awards and the Horners' Lecture.  A busy week and the Lord Mayor's Show still to come.  For details click here and for the composite Blog here.