• We’re good to go and open for business!

    Our partners at the Hall, CH&Co, have been busy working on how we can adapt events to the new normal and what it could look like for us. We're now taking bookings and looking forward to re-opening soon and welcoming guests back.

  • Plastering through the generations

    Gaches Traditional Plasterers have been plasterers of historic buildings since Gorden Gaches started the business in 1948. His son, Philip, who was recently awarded the certificate of Master Plasterer by the New Guild for the Plasterers Craft Guild, is now joined by his sons, William and Jude Gaches, who are both apprenticed to Philip.

  • Our Master and Wardens for 2020/2021

    We welcome Master Margaret Coates, Upper Warden Stephen Gilbert and Renter Warden Tim Stokes.

COVID 19 – IMPACT ON  PLAISTERERS’ HALL – UPDATE

The Worshipful Company of Plaisterers and Plaisterers Hall continue to comply with Government guidelines in respect of Covid-19 and as such are now open for limited use.  Every effort has been taken to ensure that the Hall and Offices are a safe environment for Staff, Members and Guests to use while complying with Government capacity limits.

Our Events and Catering partner CH&CO has worked hard to ensure the Hall is ready for bookings from 1 October 2020 and are now taking enquiries.  They can be contacted on the Plaisterers’ Company telephone number 020 7796 4333  and choosing Option Three. Please also see https://www.plaisterershall.com/

The Clerk’s Office is manned and can be reached on the above number choosing Option One, as is the Facilities Team who can be reached on Option Two.

The Master Plaisterer’s Charity 2020-2021

Each year the Master nominates their preferred charity and it becomes a focal point for fund raising throughout their year in office. Master Margaret Coates’s nominated charity for 2020-2021 is The Children’s Society.

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Plaisterers

1501

Plaisterers received its first charter, granted by Henry VII

About Us

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.

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