The Worshipful Company of Lightmongers

The Worshipful Company of Lightmongers is one of the modern Livery Companies, being number 96 in order of precedence within the City of London, which now number 110, with a further Company awaiting the award of Livery.

Our aim is to maintain a thriving Livery Company bringing all the different sectors of the lighting industry together, under four pillars of activity.

Fellowship – Charity – Education – Hospitality

Fellowship:  A place where the industry can come together to meet a wide variety of people involved in, or linked to, the lighting industry in convivial surroundings.

Charity: Enriching both our lives by giving and the lives of others in receiving, through our Charitable Trust.  Our main focus is toward charities supporting those who suffer from sensory impairment of sight and/or hearing.

Education: Encouraging apprenticeships in lighting, providing financial awards to top students and providing merit awards for exceptional performance to members of our military affiliations.

Hospitality: Through a programme of social activities to host partners and guests both personal and business, in impressive venues, such as the wonderful Mansion House.

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  • L-R: John Wilson (Beadle); Colin George; Farhad Rahim; John Humphrey; Mark Sutton Vane; Kevin Theobald; Graham Smith; The Master; Heidi De Lucchi; Paul Town; Chris Murphy; James Thorpe; Gino Stocchetti; Mark Lester.

A warm welcome to new Liverymen and Freemen

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Lightmongers Carol Service December 2019

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