The Worshipful Company of Water Conservators

  • REVIEW OF RECENT EVENTS

     

    2017

    The annual Interlivery Pancake Race  >>> 

    At the Mansion House for the Myddelton Lunch with the Lord Mayor  >>>

     

    2016

    Tribute to Past Master Peter English  >>>

    News from HMS Scott  >>>

    The Company Newsletter - Lord Mayors Show edition  >>> 

    Our Magic Tap in the Lord Mayor's Show, BBC interview - see from 51 minutes  >>>

    The Annual Banquet at the Fishmongers Hall  >>>  

    The Sheep Drive  >>>

    Michaelmas Court Lunch at Trinity House >>> 

    Installation Court Dinner at The Painted Hall, Greenwich  >>> 

    Election Court Lunch at Barbers Surgeons' Hall   >>>

    A visit to HMS Scott  >>>

    The Interlivery Pancake Race  >>>

    The Myddelton Lunch at Drapers Hall  >>> 

     

    2015

    More news from HMS Scott  >>>

    Michaelmas Court Lunch at Trinity House   >>> 

    Installation Court Lunch on HQS Wellington  >>> 

    Visit to HMS Scott  >>>

    Election Court Lunch at Cutlers' Hall  >>>

    Visit to the College of Arms  >>>

    Wet 10 Debate   >>>

    News from HMS Scott  >>>

    Pancake Races   >>>

    The Lord Mayor joins us for the Myddelton Lunch at Trinity House  >>>  

    Blue Plaque excerpt from Thames Water's magazine (pp 16&17)  >>> 

     

    2014

    News from HMS Scott  >>>

    Blue Plaque to mark the Great Conduit  >>>

    The Banquet   >>>  

    Michaelmas Court Lunch  >>>

    Driving sheep over London Bridge  >>>

    Water Conservators Golf Day  >>> 

    Michaelmas Court Lunch  >>>  

    Installation Court Lunch  >>>  & more photos  >>>

    Tour of the Fine Rooms at  the Royal Academy  >>>

    Rowing the Water Forget-me-Not from Kew to Richmond   >>> 

    The Election Court Lunch   >>>

    The Interlivery Pancake Race  >>> 

    ´╗┐The Lord Mayor joins the Master at the Myddelton Lunch  >>>

     

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