Encouraging trainee plumbers

Our Charity encourages trainee plumbers through the provision of bursaries and awards.Click the yellow button below.

Proud to be part of the City

Erica Stary our Master proudly states ‘The Plumbers are proud to put something back into our Craft, our Charity and the City; Come and join us'

Supporting the Craft

Historic lead crafts still have a place in modern society. Witness them in our museum at Singleton.

Latest news

  • Being part of the City

    Posted on 26th June 2016 Being part of the City

    *   Read the lates Livery Briefing from the Livery Committee by clicking here.

    *   Join the Launderers' for their Annual Lecture on Monday 19th September by Kevin Maynard, Station Manager of the RNLI Tower Lifeboat Station  It is FREE.  Click here for details and booking form.

    *   Consider membership of Broad Street Ward Club, our Ward Club.  Click here to find out about the Ward Club

    *   Join Liverymen from other Companies in the City Livery Club.  Details click here.

    *   A memorial service for the late Sir Gavyn Arthur, 675th Lord Mayor of London, will take place at 2.45pm on Monday 17th October 2016.  The service will be held at Temple Church.   A Choral Evensong is being held in memory of the late Sir Richard Nichols, on Thursday 30th June at 5pm at St Giles Cripplegate.

  • Activities in the City

    Posted on 23rd June 2016

    City Events that you may be interestded in

    6 July  City BeerFest  http://www.citybeerfest.org/

    14 July  HAC and Royal Yeomanry Concert Guildhall               FREE More here

  • Livery Golf Society

    Posted on 21st June 2016 Livery Golf Society

     The Golf Society's programme is now underway. Already three events have taken place :  our member's day was at Brookmans Park on the 5th May. We entered teams in the Prince Arthur Cup at Walton Heath, where 54 livery companies competed in this prestigious competition, and at Porters Park in a day organised by the Pewterers. All were very enjoyable.

    The season continues with inter-Livery days at Verulam, Sunningdale Ladies and Wildernesse. Our own major

    Golfing Day at New Zealand Golf Club is on July 29th where we hope to have at least 30 competitors. The Master plans to join us for lunch and present prizes. ( We do eat as well as play golf.)  All members of the Livery are welcome to join the Society and New Zealand and Wildernesse are still open to new members.  If interested, please contact the Hon Sec, Liveryman Don Munro.  We have also entered a team in the Lord Mayor's Golf Charity Day at Stoke Poges on July 11th. This is being organised by The City Livery Club Golf Society on behalf of the Lord Mayor's Charity Appeal. It also celebrates their half centenary as an independent society. Unfortunately it coincides with the last day of the Master's Weekend. The diary is rather crowded at this time of year. There are three golfing days within a period of eight days.  If you are a golfer, come and join us. Follow the example of our latest recruit, Liveryman Albert Chinn, who is 83 years old and a liveryman for 25 years. He plans to join us at New Zealand Golf Club.

  • A letter from a Sheriff of the city of London

    Posted on 15th June 2016 A letter from a Sheriff of the city of London

    The two Sheriffs of the City, Alderman Charles Bowman and myself will be touring the City on horseback on 27th July, and raising funds for the Sheriffs’ & Recorder’s Fund in the process.  This very worthwhile cause provides small grants to London ex-offenders, helping them into work and changing their lives.
    Wearing our full Shrieval kit, complete with swords, we will have a mounted escort of officers of the HAC Light Cavalry, and City of London Police.  It should be quite a sight and, as a complete novice on horseback, I am learning to ride for the occasion - I need all the support I can get!

    Charles and me would be really grateful if you would sponsor us – we suggest a donation of just £10.  This can be done via our Just Giving page– http://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sheriffs, or by texting to CBCR66 £10 to 70070
    Very many thanks indeed for your support.

    With all best wishes,

    Christine  (Dr CH Rigden, Sheriff of the City of London, Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, London EC4M 7EH)

  • A Past Steward rides for our Charity -  let us support him.

    Posted on 14th June 2016 A Past Steward rides for our Charity -  let us support him.

    Past Steward Mike Horwood is asking you to give extra support to our Charity by sponsoring him as a participant in the Lakesman Triathlon.  Click on the header for more details.

  • Autumn Festival 27th September Stationers’ Hall

    Posted on 14th June 2016 Autumn Festival  27th September Stationers’ Hall

    The Master, Mrs Erica Stary, is delighted to invite you, your partner and any other guests you would like to bring to join her for the Autumn Festival Dinner to be held this year in Stationers’ Hall. The Stationers’ Company is one of the oldest Livery Companies of the City of London and was founded in 1403.

    Details & Booking Form click here.

Recent events

  • He has done it!!

    Past Steward Mike Horwood has reported "I completed the course in 6hrs 50 mins, albeit 5.5 miles longer [118.5 miles] because a number of us were misdirected! I really hope we can raise a decent amount for our charities."  He was competeing in the Lakesman Triathlon  (click here) in order to raise money for the Plumbers' Charity.  If you have not already supported him you can find details on our web site by clicking here.  Please support this magnificant effort by Mike.

  • Master’s Blog 26

    Master’s Blog 26

    Lead planters, Great Fires, a Court of Law, York Minster, Shrieval Election and the APHC.  Click here for the full narration.

  • City View

    City View

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  • Presentation of Planter to Alderman Dame Fiona Woolf DBE

    Presentation of Planter to Alderman Dame Fiona Woolf DBE

    At a special ceremony on 21st June 2016, the Master Plumber, Mrs Erica Stary, formally presented a lead Planter to Alderman Dame Fiona, who in turn presented it to the City of London.  It was received by Graeme Smith, Chairman of the Chairman Open Spaces & City Gardens for the City. Also present for the ceremony where the Chief Commoner, Michael Welbank MBE, the City Chamberlain of London, Dr Peter Kane, the Remembrancer, Paul Double and the Clerk to the Chamberlain’s Court, Murray Craig.

    Click here for more and for video click here