Jason Clark joined the Livery in July 2019. A member of the CIPHE Disciplinary Committee, the Institute has published an article on him in its P&H magazine. With its and his permission you can read it here.
Who has been the most eminent member of the Worshipful Company of Plumbers? It would be difficult to argue against John Embree, who was the Sergeant Plumber from 1639 -1661, and Surveyor of the King’s Works from 1653 – 1660. This year marks the four hundredth anniversary his binding as an apprentice.
Past Steward John Carnaby and Past Master Peter Brunner have written this interesting article on this eminent plumber, who was installed as our Master in 1647.
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.