Education, Enterprise and Charity Awards include:
Cardiff, Swansea and City Universities: prizes, travelling scholarships and work experience placements which help encourage high standards in metallurgy and mechanical engineering; two new prizes this year.
Central St Martins College of Art & Design: The Harold Hobbs Annual Jewellery Competition, three prizes and donated materials, for 2nd year BA degree students working with tin plate; a new 3rd final year prize.
Royal College of Art: a prize for an MA student working in ceramics or glass, incorporating tin or tin glaze.
City and Guilds of London Institute: one or more prizes annually.
City of London Freemen’s School; The Guildhall School of Music and Drama; Mansion House Scholarship Fund; and Livery School Link: support for bursary schemes and prizes.
Canon Barnet (Aldgate) and Thomas Fairchild (Hackney) primary schools: funding for visits linked to Livery Schools Link’s Food Journey Project.
Mudchute Park & Farm (Docklands).
Historic Royal Palaces: support for conservation / education projects.
The British Art Medal Society annual prize.
Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, supporting metals industry heritage.