Air Training Corps 282 Squadron
The Plaisterers became involved with Air Cadet Squadron (282) in 2011. The Air Cadets get the opportunity to participate in a range of activities including visiting RAF stations, learning to fly and even parachute, participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Awards, play in the Cadet band and participate in outward-bound courses and pursuits and much, much more.
Plaisterers' Training Awards
The Plaisterers’ Training Awards recognise the highest standards of achievement in training and education within the UK plastering trade. Since their introduction in 2001 the Awards have grown significantly in content and importance. The Awards recognise crucial aspects of training, education and life-long learning that has now become a priority focus within the British construction industry.
Plaisterers' first heritage plastering student completes training
The Plaisterers’ Company works in partnership with the Prince’s Foundation to support students on the Foundation’s Building Craft Programme. This has been made possible through the Plaisterers’ Charity using a legacy from Past Master Paddy Wettern, a gift from the Spurling Family (to mark their 200-year association with the Company), and the John N Robinson Bursary, and other donations from Liverymen. The first recipient is Esme Walker (see picture), a 27-year old plasterer from Skelmersdale in Lancashire.
Plaisterers received its first charter, granted by Henry VII
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 Motto: Let Brotherly Love Continue
Plaisterers prepare for Christmas!
St Vedast was packed to capacity on Monday 2nd December for the company Carol Service and 285 members and guests…Read more
Training Awards 2019
Another very successful Awards lunch took place at Plaisterers’ Hall on Monday 25th November when it was a pleasure to…Read more
The perceived wisdom is that things get busier towards the end of the year and so it proved in November….Read more