The Worshipful Company of Plumbers aims to support and make a difference within the ancient industry of plumbing. We assist and support charities and trainees, partner our industry through affiliations and work closely with the Lord Mayor and the City of London.

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Featured Event

Court Lunch

The Master and Wardens and Court of Assistants invite you to join them for lunch in the magnificent surroundings of the Armourers’ Hall on Wednesday 26th January 2022 at 1230hr for 1300hr.

Company News

Foundling Museum Visit

The Master has started his year’s social programme with a wonderful and at times humbling visit to the Foundling Museum in Brunswick Square, formerly a hospital and home to thousands of children forced to be given up by their mothers.

Featured Event

Caribbean Carnival – Social Function

The Master and his Consort have exclusive use of the October Gallery and are delighted to invite you to an exciting event including

  • A reception with Caribbean Cocktails and Canapes
  • A sumptuous selection of Caribbean food and drink
  • Presentation on the history and culture of Carnival
  • Caribbean Carnival musical entertainment
Company News

Plumbers’ Carol Service 2021

The festive season for 2021 got off to a great start with our Christmas Carol Service at St Magnus-the- Martyr.  Led by our company chaplain, Father Philip Warner, we enjoyed an evening of celebration, mulled wine and a buffet.

Company News

Plumbers’ Golf Society Programme – 2022

The Plumbers’ Golf Society is delighted to announce its programme for 2022, with nine great golf days, including a splendid 2-day break in the glorious Derbyshire Dales. The full programme can be found here.



City News

St Paul’s Cathedral in the 1960’s – The dome lead work being replaced.

Past Steward John Carnaby has sent another fascinating article on St Paul’s Cathedral, this time on the repairs in the 1960’s, once again showing the close links of the Plumbers’ company to its original construction and refurbishment.  It includes a film news article from the London Metropolitan Archives, now on ‘YouTube’.  There are some wonderful old images of the City in this video and the narrative is ‘classic’ 1960s!

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