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Trades House of Glasgow Business Lecture - Tuesday 29th June 2021

The Trades House of Glasgow Business Lecture :Entrepreneurial Leadership, Talent and Diversity: recovering into a ‘new normal’ took place on Tuesday 29th June

The Lecture was given by by Professor Eleanor Shaw, Associate Principal and Professor of Entrepreneurship at Strathclyde University

For anyone who was unable to attend the webinar, it can be viewed here

Trades House Annual Lecture - Tuesday 15th June 2021

The Trades House of Glasgow Annual Lecture took place on Tuesday 15th June in conjunction for the first time with the City of Glasgow College. The Lecture was given by multi award winning (and Master Chef winner) Chef Gary Maclean

Gary spoke about how he started his career, his discovery of teaching and competition, how he passes his ethos of hard work and ambition onto the future of the industry, his love of Glasgow, the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and how he risked it all for a TV show

‘If I can still chase my dreams, I can inspire students to start chasing theirs’

The Lecture can be viewed by clicking here




The Deacon Convener's Charity Appeal - Art Sale

Fundraising for the Kinship Care Initiative

Ex Deacon Rose Mary Harley is once again taking part in the Kiltwalk and will be walking 10 miles

She is inviting you to join her to raise as much money as we can for the Kinship Care Initiative

As the event is being held virtually this year, you can walk, run, dance or just jump around and raise vital funds – so long as it is done between 23rd and 25th April

The Hunter Foundation will then donate 50% on top of every penny raised!

The link to register is:

Once signed up, please join the team fundraising page: ‘Kinship Care Initiative 2021’

Or, if you would like to sponsor Rose Mary, the link to do so is:

If you have any questions please contact Katrina Tilston:

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