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.
Past Master Chris Sneath has received the St Michael Medallion, the Worshipful Company of Plumbers’ highest award in recognition of his outstanding service to the plumbing and heating industry.
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. Now with special guests Ruby Turner and Louise Marshall.
After 18 months we were at last able to enjoy each others’ company again on a balmy late summers’ evening at Salters’ Hall.
The annual Plumbers’ Lecture this year has been postponed to 4 October 2021 because of the Covid outbreak and will be delivered by our own Master in the excellent facilities provided by the Royal College of Physicians next to Regents Park. After refreshments at 1700hr, the lecture will be given at 1800hr and followed by a drinks reception and dinner. Full details can be found in the lecture flyer.
The Worshipful Company of Plumbers won the 2019 City Livery Yacht Club Race and we are defending our title in the 2021 race which takes place on Saturday 25th September 2021 at Cowes Isle of Wight.
So come and join us. Make a weekend of it. It’s great fun!
It’s back! After an unavoidable gap the popular twice-yearly Plumbers’ Table lunch is back at the Ironmongers’ Hall! Do join us later this month – over 40 attended the last one.
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