The official charity of The Worshipful Company of Engineers. RedR is the leading training and recruitment charity working in international disaster relief. Our work saves and rebuilds the lives of people affected by disasters worldwide by ensuring that the right people, with the right skills are available to respond.
The Royal Academy of Engineering is the UK’s national academy of engineering. It’s activities and those of the Worshipful Company of Engineers are complementary.
The Worshipful Company of Engineers is a member of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee. Founded in 1939, it is the oldest All Party Parliamentary Group and a major focus for scientific and technological issues providing a liaison between Parliamentarians and scientific bodies, science-based industry and the academic world. It holds debates on a range of topics of interest to members of the Company. Liverymen are invited to consider attending and contributing to these open debates and networking with delegates. There is often a discussion dinner (at own cost) after debates.
There is a lot of general information about the Livery Companies of the City of London on a website hosted by the Livery Committee.
Membership of this Club, based in the Baltic Exchange at 38 At Mary Axe is open to all Liverymen and Members of Ward Clubs. Rooted in the ancient heart of the maritime and insurance part of the City, the Baltic Exchange not only provides a Club room and library (with coffee facilities and newspapers) but the benefit of the bar and brasserie within the Exchange. The Club runs numerous events during the year with many special interest groups. Membership applications are invited and further details are on their web site.