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The Trades House of Glasgow was established in 1605 and is now a registered Scottish Charity widely viewed as a centre of excellence in the administration of trusts and legacies with benevolence is at its very foundation.
Its 14 Incorporated Crafts have helped shape Glasgow into the city it is today and has made its mark by playing a pivotal and progressive role in training and fostering trade and industry through a wide variety of initiatives including Craftex, the School Craft Awards, Modern Apprentice of the Year Award and School Citizenship Award.
The Trades House of Glasgow is based in the Trades Hall of Glasgow where tours are available on request. Find out more at www.tradeshallglasgow.co.uk
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