JAMES WATT DINNER
MORE than 400 guests attended the James Watt Dinner in Glasgow when some of the most famous names in Scottish engineering were honoured. Among the inductees to the Scottish Engineering Hall of Fame were Robert Stevenson, the founder of a family dynasty of lighthouse engineers, and Alexander Graham Bell, who invented the telephone. The event was organised by the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland and the speaker was Reverend Ian Miller, formerly of Bonhill Church. More than £4,000 was raised in the charity raffle.