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.
This latest on-line home wine tasting experience, at 6:00pm on Wednesday 26 May 2021, takes us to the large and well-respected wine maker in Argentina, Bodega Tempus Alba.
An exclusive evening with Jools Holland on 8 October 2021 at Fishmongers’ Hall to raise money for the refurbishment of the roof of St Magnus-the-Martyr church.
What have we learned – Time Gentlemen Please!
There was an excellent attendance by women members of the Livery to hear the results of the survey undertaken during February and by participating they raised £100 for the Charity.
Past Master George Shaw was the Main Promoter of the Registration of Plumbers in 1886 and as such played a very important role in our history. Past Steward John Carnaby has written a very detailed article with illustrations on his life for those who would like to read it in full. Past Master Peter Brunner has assisted him in the production of an abridged version of the text for those with a little less time on their hands!
Introduced by the Master Dr Peter Rumley, Liveryman Tony O’Donnell the MD of his family business took us on an on-line tour around the Catchpole & Rye showroom in Kent displaying his bespoke sanitary ware produced and manufactured for the luxury market.
Through fundraising and by direct activity, we help charities and not-for-profits in the UK and around the world ensure a better future for both individuals and their communities. The City Liveries together raise over £50M a year and make a significant difference to the lives of millions. Become a part of our charitable history.