NHS Livery Kitchen Initiative

Although we haven’t been able to enjoy each other’s company and the excellent fare at Livery Halls during the lockdown, a number of their kitchens have not been idle. They have been providing free meals to key NHS workers at London Hospitals under the “NHS Livery Kitchen Initiative” and the Plumbers’ Company through its charity has given financial support to this excellent philanthropic venture. You can see here how it is progressing and what your donations have helped to deliver.

Lockdown education in Nepal for
disabled and disadvantaged children

Many of you will recall the announcement last July of an Honorary Doctorate for Liverymen Tim Gocher for his work on sustainable development through the creation of the Dolma Impact Fund.

 

PMWT Amberley – Keeping cccupied during lockdown

Plumbing Museum and Workshop Trust (PMWT) volunteer, Liveryman Peter Cheesman, is putting his leadwork skills to good use during the Covid-19 shutdown.

Make cost free donations to the Plumbers’ Charity

Did you know you can donate to our Charity, whilst you shop online, at no expense to you!  I expect your online shopping has increased over the last few months, and many of you are probably using Amazon to fulfil your needs.

By making one small switch 0.5% of your qualifying spend will be donated by Amazon to our Charity at no cost to you. So how do you do it? Simple. Rather than shopping directly from www.amazon.co.uk, you simply start your purchase at smile.amazon.co.uk

Medical Detection Dogs could sniff out COVID-19

The Medical Detection Dogs charity hopes it will be able to train dogs to sniff out Covid-19 and play a vital role in preventing further spread of the pandemic in future. 

Inter-Livery Pancake Race 2020

The Plumbers’ competed once again in the Annual Inter-Livery Pancake Race on Shrove Tuesday in aid of the Lord Mayor’s Appeal.

Fun Day at Amberley

On a very cold January day Peter Cheesman’s volunteers and the Walsh Family showed that when you give Plumbers some lead to melt, pour and burn they have real fun at the Plumbers’ Museum Workshop Trust at Amberley Open Air Heritage Museum.

 

Me da se (“Thank you” in Ghanaian)

The Village by Village Clean Hands Saves Lives (CHSL) programme has completed another successful village project.

Neil Kerfoot, the Charity’s Chief Executive, has sent a report directly from Ebenezer Gyampoh, who heads and delivers the projects in the country to get his insights.