Glasgow in London Dinner 2021


We are delighted to announce that the Glasgow in London dinner will go ahead this year on Tuesday the 7th of September.

Due to the success of previous events, this year’s dinner will be held in a larger venue, Plaisterers’ Hall.

Join us for a Champagne reception and three-course dinner with wine as well as traditional Glasgow toasts and songs. Tickets cost £125.

To apply for a reservation, download the form below and return to  katrina.tilston@tradeshouse.org.uk



The Trading Post – May 2021 Newsletter

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Painter's palette with a paintbrush dipping into paint

Deacon Convener’s Charity Appeal – Summer Art Sale

(In aid of MS Lanarkshire and Cerebral Palsy Scotland)

CALL FOR ENTRIES

Now is the opportunity for all aspiring artists and photographers to display their talents by donating artwork to our online art sale.

We are looking for donations of paintings, drawings or photographic art by Trades House Members, or by your friends, or family members with talent. Donations will be sold in our online sale with all proceeds being given to
MS Lanarkshire and Cerebral Palsy Scotland.

There’s still time to get your brushes out and your cameras clicking, as the closing date for entries has been extended to the 14th of May.

An entry form should be requested from and returned to jackie.mullen@tradeshouse.org.uk before the closing date.

Spring GIN TASTING EVENT

for the DC APPEAL

We are delighted to confirm that our next tasting event will be with Arbikie Craft Gin and details are on the invitation below. This follows the successful Wine and Malt Whisky tastings in recent

months. Early booking is advised. Tasting packs, costing £30, will be sent once you have registered so please confirm to me at dalgleishkt@gmail.com

Full joining and payment details will follow, after registration.



Nominations now open for ScotEng Young Engineer of the Year Award

Nominations are now open for the ScotEng Young Engineer of the Year Award. The award, formerly known as “The Incorporation of Hammermen of Glasgow Award” has recognised and celebrated the best young engineers in Scotland for over 25 years.

Is there a young member of your team who has shown excellence, innovation, and imagination within your industry? Nominate them for the Young Engineer of the Year Award to give them the opportunity to be recognised for their work, be presented with the Hammermen trophy, and a £1000 prize.

Criteria

The winner will be invited to attend the Scottish Engineering dinner where they will be presented with the Hammermen Trophy. The presentation of the award money and a small retainer trophy will be presented at The Hammermen of Glasgow Annual Dinner. It is a condition of the award that the winning candidate must attend both events.

  • Entry is open to recognised engineers who are 35 years of age or under at closing date.
  • Entrants must be employed in the engineering industry in Scotland.
  • Entrants must be able to demonstrate that they are in or have taken a major role in an engineering/technological project which has or will significantly improve the technology and/or competitiveness of their employing organisation.
  • The individual’s entry must include a formal confirmation of its content by a senior manager from the company.

Submit a nomination.