Congratulations to our 2020 Hammermen Award Winners

We’re pleased to announce the 3 winners of our the Prince Philip Prizes and Scottish Engineering Awards!

Miss Katie Lyon – Glasgow Caledonian University – Prince Philip Prize for University winner
Mr Colin Scouller – Thales Engineering – Scottish Engineering Award Winner
Mr James Galbraith – Glasgow Clyde College – Prince Philip Prize for College winner

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Meet our new Deacon – Andrew Young

Following in my father’s footsteps, and those of many notable Scottish engineering Masters, in ascending to the top office of Deacon in our Craft, I can really only say that it is an absolute honour to do so. Treading a path which has been meticulously laid out by the generations of Deacons before me and experiencing the best the people of Glasgow have to offer by way of charitable giving and education is somewhat dulled by the trying pandemic circumstances in which we find ourselves.

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Apply for 2021 Hammerman Awards

The Incorporation of Hammermen of Glasgow, founded to promote metalcraft skills, wants to encourage and reward young people studying for this and its modern equivalents in the many forms of engineering established today.  The Craft is offering the above Prince Philip Prizes, for which the preliminary stage is participation in the Hammermen Awards, as presented below:

Up to 24 Hammermen Awards of £300