The Worshipful Company of Water Conservators

The Worshipful Company of Water Conservators

Who are The WET 10?

Who are The WET 10?

The Water Related Livery Companies, commonly known as The WET 10 are an informal group of both users and suppliers of water.    It was decided to use the name 'The WET 10', although in a typically British way, they are in fact neither necessarily 10 or indeed WET!

Current members of The WET 10 are the Worshipful Companies of Plumbers, Basketmakers, Gardeners, the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators, Tobacco Pipemakers and Tobacco Blenders, Scientific Instrument Makers, Launderers, Environmental Cleaners, Water Conservators, Firefighters and Watermen & Lighterman.

All depend on water in one way or another and all share a common concern for the long term health of the water environment.   The aim of the WET 10 is to promote awareness, to contribute to debate and to be an influence for the good in this key area.

What is a Livery Company and what does it do?

What are the benefits of being a member?

Where else can I get information about the Livery movement?

How are Livery Companies involved in the day to day activities of the City of London?

How do I join?

Can my business organisation join?

How do I get sponsors for my application?

How much will it cost in the first year?

Am I expected to give an annual donation to the Company Charity fund?

How long will it take before I become a Liveryman?

How many events do I have to attend each year and how much does it cost?

Where do the Trustees charity donations go?

What military affiliations do you have?

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How can I get more involved with Company Activities ?