Our Motto: Let Brotherly Love Continue
The 46th Livery Company of the City of London
Proudly supporting the 282 East Ham Air Cadets
Historic Trade: supporting education & training
The purpose of the Worshipful Company of Plaisterers is to support and make a difference to the plastering industry, the charities we assist, our affiliations with the Armed Forces, and the Lord Mayor and the City of London.Read More
The Company is proud to maintain its close relationship with the plastering and drylining industry. The prestigious annual Plaisterers’ Training Awards take place on Tuesday 7th November 2017.Read More
The Company is proud to continue its long tradition of good fellowship in the beautiful surroundings of Plaisterers' Hall, which provides one of the finest venues in the City of London for banqueting and catering.Read More
PLAISTERERS’ SUCCESS AT THE GEORGIAN GROUP CRAFT PRIZES
The Georgian Group staged its inaugural Craft Prize awards at Goldsmiths’ Hall on 9th May during the 2019 London Craft Week festival. The awards,...
Follow Timothy Cooke OBE in
his year as Master.
Become a Member
The Company welcomes enquiries for prospective members.
Hire the Hall
Plaisterers' Hall is now the pre-eminent City venue for conferences, road shows, presentations, parties and wedding receptions.
The Plaisterers' Training Awards recognise the highest standards of achievement in training and education within the UK plastering trade.
The Worshipful Company of Plaisterers is the 46th Livery Company of the City
of London and exists to encourage excellence in all aspects of plastering.
The Company Today
The Company is governed by the Master, two Wardens and a Court of Assistants, supported by a number of specialist committees.Read More
The Worshipful Company of Plaisterers was originally formed as a trade guild of the City of London to regulate the quality of plastering in the City and to safeguard the welfare and interests of plasterers.Read More
Our links with the Armed Forces
As long ago as 1513, the Worshipful Company of Plaisterers, paid a sum of '20 shillings' towards equipping 300 men with arms for the French War.Read More