In common with many City Livery companies, The Clockmakers’ Company has formed various charitable and services affiliations

UCL’s Astronomical Observatory in Mill Hill

ULOThe Clockmakers’ Company is affiliated to University College London’s Observatory at Mill Hill in North London.

HMS Protector

The Clockmakers’ and Wax Chandlers’ Companies are affiliated to the Royal Navy’s Ice Patrol Ship HMS Protector. Protector is a hydrographic research vessel, equipped with a variety of equipment for inshore and offshore oceanographic survey supplemented with Royal Navy Hydrographical and Meteorological specialist Officers and Ratings. She is charged with the “patrol and survey of the Antarctic and South Atlantic, maintaining a Sovereign Presence with Defence Diplomacy, and support of the global community of Antarctica”, however outside of the Antarctic summer, she returns to Northern Hemisphere waters, undertaking maintenance and refit work in Northern Europe and where possible visiting her Base Port (HMNB Portsmouth) and affiliated town, Cambridge, berthing in Ipswich.

(Picture: © Ross Watton & Naval Broadsides)

TS Dreadnought SCC

Greenwich and Rotherhithe Sea Cadets

TS Terra Nova SCC

TS Terra Nova SCC is a Sea Cadet unit based in Croydon, South East London … further information »


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The Clockmakers of London

New 88 page edition of “The Clockmakers of London” now published by Sir George White, with substantially revised text and a large number of stunning new illustrations. Read more about it  …. & you can buy it for £15 on this link.

Training to be a Clockmaker?

If you are looking for information about the training opportunities for a career in clock and watchmaking, see A HELPING HAND FOR STUDENTS Further details can be obtained from clerk@clockmakers.org

Antiquarian Horological Society (AHS) Lectures

A formal affiliation was signed in 2014 between the WCC and the AHS. WCC Liverymen and Freemen are encouraged to attend the excellent AHS Lectures, which are free to WCC members and include teas before and wine afterwards, so are very social and interesting events. List of forthcoming lectures in London is on the AHS site.

National Benevolent Society of Watch & Clock Makers