The Weavers of Glasgow
On 9th March 2014 the Incorporation of Weavers of Glasgow celebrated its 500th Anniversary.
In the years 2002-2005 it also funded part of the cost of weaving tapestries for Stirling Castle.
Industry and Educational Awards scheme - To maintain its links with the modern textile industry, the Incorporation takes a keen interest in the support of promising young people likely to make a contribution to this, important Scottish industry. In this respect it organises an annual Industry and Educational Awards scheme, details of which can be downloaded here
The Weavers give funds to a number of charities and sponsors the Sma Shots Weavers Cottage, in Paisley.
Every year each new Deacon promotes and supports innovative and creative projects to their successful conclusion.
The Craft also makes substantial grants and donations to charities as well as maintaining its pensioners.
Apart from its educational and charitable works, the Craft maintains a long term fellowship of members (male and female) by participation in a number of social and sporting functions and sends four representatives yearly to sit in the Trades House.
Find out more about the Weavers on their dedicated website https://www.weaversofglasgow.org/
Deacon: Scott Gallacher
Collector: Christopher McEvoy Barton
Late Deacon: Mark Hamilton
Late Collector: Chrissy Scott
Ex Deacon Convener: Hamish Brodie
Honorary member: Ex Deacon Convener Ian Dunsmore
- Ex Deacon Aileen Brodie
- Ex Deacon Colin Brown
- Ex Deacon Alex McCluskey
- Ex Deacon Kenneth MacDonald
- Ex Deacon Susanne McCormick
- Jonny Mackinnon
- Halena Gauntlett
Email: Clerk: Susanne McCormick firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Clerk: Jackie Mullen
The Trades House of Glasgow
85 Glassford Street
Tel: 0141 553 1605
To apply to become a member of the Incorporation of Weavers please contact the assistant clerk, Jackie Mullen who will supply you with the relevant information and application forms.