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Skyline Still from Kiss Me First by Axis Animation




Contents 04 new at skypark... 05 Axis Animation creates online universe for TV drama - KISS ME FIRST 06

bala sport shines spotlight on the workers that make Fairtrade footballs

16 Skypark ‘lifts the lid’ on new Piano Project 18 graham mckean EXHIBITION 19 macrame exhibition & workshops 20 MILLINERY WORKSHOPS

08 Tedx support


10 peninsula recognised for creating an inclusive environment

22 new service: high3 23 ON-SITE AMENITIES 24 WILD FIG POP-UP

10 Ceridian Tech meetup


11 SKYPARK ANNUAL EVENT 12 launch foods opens AT SKYPARK to help feed glasgow’s children




WELCOME Hello and welcome to a bumper summer issue of Skyline!

THE TEAM Stephen Ellis Asset Manager

Angela Higgins Specialist Advisor

Malcolm McFetridge Centre Manager

As well as feeling inspired by our fabulous weather, we’ve taken inspiration from seeing amazing speakers and star band VanIves at TEDx 2018’s ‘rethink’ event; this year our summer event changes up in celebration of the creative animation and technology stars based right here! Please save Friday 28th September 2018 for 'Animation & VFX Tech Fest’ at Skypark, headlined by Axis Animation plus many more. With VanIves providing the soundtrack, you will enjoy a complimentary drink, the best in street food with the afterparty at SWG3. Keep up to date with the event on our website and social media pages. We've got lots of creative stuff lined up to entertain tenants over the next few months on-site. Elsewhere, we welcome the Piano Project’s Baby Grand Piano to Skypark 1 reception! This fantastic social enterprise encourages the idea of ‘playing the piano’ in public locations including Skypark across the City. So why not pop along, lift the lid and tinkle the ivories! New on the art front, Kirsty Porter macramé expert, who has designed for the retailer Warehouse, TV series 'Outlander' and the recent Netflix film 'Outlaw King' launches a new macramé exhibition and series of summer workshops; what a great way to relax, get creative and socialise! The creative theme continues with Say It Ain’t Sew, who is bringing the disappearing art of hand sewing to unite, empower and encourage people as well as fascinator making workshops with Ultimate Design Hats.

Lynne Feighan Deputy Centre Manager

Karha Hughes Concierge

Lisa Kirsop Marketing Director

Finally, we introduce Loraine Patrick our new site marketing executive who is based on-site! Loraine will be delighted to meet you and welcomes your feedback on everything happening on-site from Skyperks and events, to our new pop-ups and street food offers. Happy Summer and we hope you enjoy the rest of Skyline! Best wishes

Lisa Kirsop

Loraine Patrick Marketing Assistant

Catherine Davidson Admin Assistant


WHAT’S NEW AT SKYPARK... Northwood moves to Skypark

On the up… Congratulations to three of our tenants who’ve expanded their operations, with a move to even larger suites onsite! McCann Complete Medical remains in SP1, taking an additional 2,302 sq ft, with Stream Technologies and Startline doubling their floor spaces in SP5 from 3,467 sq ft to 6,321 sq ft and 3,324 sq ft to 7,438 sq ft, respectively.

A big welcome to Northwood Lettings Agency, which has moved into the ground floor of Skypark 5. The company is a specialist in professional lettings, property management and estate agency services, ideally placed to help those on the move. Why not pop along and meet the team or visit to find out more about living in the City and Finnieston.

If your company has expansion plans on the horizon, why not contact our management team, to discuss what you’re looking for here. Contact to find out how we can help.

Loraine boosts Skypark marketing team This Summer we welcome new start Loraine Patrick, who joins us to boost our marketing on-site and help plug your business in to the wider Skypark community! With her ear to the ground Loraine, a former journalist, will become a friendly face as she picks up on your views, news and events around Skypark. Whether it’s making the most of your business event, or connecting with other companies or fundraising for charity, Loraine will help you share what you’re doing and make the most of it here! If you want to get in touch, Loraine Patrick will be available at Skypark, four mornings per week. Contact:


Axis Animation creates online universe for TV drama Kiss Me First “Animation is considered by many the domain of children’s and family audiences, we’ve long believed that modern audiences will embrace animation as a storytelling medium just like any other.” Axis Animation is the creator of the digital world featured in the TV drama Kiss Me First. The leading UK production studio builds the online universe of Azana, blending live action with CG across animated content for a new virtual reality thriller for Channel 4 and Netflix. Created by Bryan Elsley (Skins, Dates), Kiss Me First is an innovative thriller based on Lottie Moggach’s debut novel. When her mother dies, lonely

girl Leila has to learn how to manage living on her own. Leila has a digital avatar, Shadowfax, and when she logs onto the virtual reality game Azana she feels truly alive. It’s there that she meets the mysterious Mania aka Tess and discovers the secret paradise called Red Pill. But Adrian, the leader of Red Pill, tells her she has to be invited to join and blasts Shadowfax out of the game. The next day, at Leila’s workplace, Tess/ Mania turns up - in real life and Leila wants to know why.


Richard Scott, Axis executive producer on Kiss Me First, comments: “Kiss Me First really is a unique project for television. We are so excited to create animation for an audience of this type. Animation is considered by many the domain of children’s and family audiences, we’ve long believed that modern audiences will embrace animation as a storytelling medium just like any other.” Look out for Kiss Me First on Channel 4 and Netflix and to find out more on Axis Animation visit


As World Cup fever takes hold, Skypark tenant Bala Sport shines a spotlight on the workers that make Fairtrade footballs

The World Cup always focuses global attention on the beautiful game and this year’s tournament in Russia was no different. But spare a thought for all those match balls that were used - and how they were manufactured. Skypark tenant Bala Sport shines a spotlight on the workers forging a path to bring Fairtrade to football.

Bala Sport’s range of high quality football, rugby and futsal balls are proving popular in schools and with an increasing amount of ethically minded grassroots clubs throughout the UK and beyond making them their ball of choice too. Milan club AS Velasca prides itself on its unique artistic qualities as well as the technical aspects of the game. Bala Sport is delighted that its Fairtrade match and training balls were chosen by the Italian club.

It seems like the world goes football daft during the FIFA World Cup tournament. Players with sky-high salaries battled it out in Russia in the beautiful game’s most prestigious event. Sports ball manufacturers who usually churn out around 40 million footballs a year increase that amount to around 60 million during world cup years. If you want to get your hands on the actual official match ball, the Adidas Telstar 18 will set you back £130, it’s a top-notch ball of course. But does anyone ever think about who’s making our footballs and how much they’re paid?

Closer to home, multi-award-winning women’s team AFC Unity in Sheffield is also determined to use Bala Sport Fairtrade balls to spread the word about ethics in the game, and do things right. “We find we don’t have to be preachy about things; using Bala balls has made our players and opponents alike think about where the footballs we all play with come from, and if we can all do some good with that.

Bala Sport won’t be making a world cup ball anytime soon. FIFA doesn’t allow any other certification mark to appear on a ball alongside their own FIFA marks. That’s only a minor frustration to Bala Sport co-founder, Angus Coull though.

“It’s sometimes very difficult to get quality alongside ethics, but we’ve found it with Bala. Now we get to play football and make a difference while doing it, which is what we’re all about.” Jay Baker, Manager, AFC Unity.

“Although we make and test our footballs to the same standards as FIFA balls the key thing for us is that we put the workers first. As well as ensuring at least the minimum wage, safe working conditions and access to union representation, we pay an extra 10% cash sum, not to the factory, but direct to the workers through democratically run Fairtrade committees.”

Bala Sport also provide a customised ball service for clubs, school and corporate clients. The minimum order quantity for the standard custom template where customers can choose colours and have 4 panels featuring their own logos and text is 100 balls. A fully bespoke service is also available with a minimum order size of 200 units. During the last weeks of the summer term, switched on schools around the UK have been taking part in Fairtrade World Cup tournaments, guided by the Fair Trade in Football & Rugby Campaign. Pupils represented countries where Fairtrade products are produced and learned about how Fairtrade makes a difference in the lives of the men and women who make the all-important piece of kit, the ball.

Through these says Coull, the workers in all parts of the production process, including hand stitching, have a say in how this cash fund is invested. “Typically projects such as free eye and other health checks and subsidised glasses, free school books and backpacks for workers’ kids, free transport to and from work for those living in rural areas and free safe drinking water are funded. Workers at both factories Bala Sport use Sialkot have used Fairtrade Premium funds to help build water purification plants, these have been built outside the factory gates so that anyone in the community can access free, safe drinking water, not just workers” says Coull.

So whether you are enjoying watching your favourite team play that crucial match, or having a kick about yourself remember there’s a Glasgow based co-operative that’s supporting developing country ball workers and making sure they get a fair deal and a better go in life.



Skypark supports TEDx Thanks to TEDx we’re buzzing, energised and looking forward to 2019! get inspired with TED talks from the stand out speakers if you couldn’t make it along! Visit

On 1st June, courtesy of Skypark, 300 school children and Skypark tenants ventured to the annual Scottish gathering of TEDx, a unique platform of wonderful speakers that descended from across the globe on Glasgow’s Armadillo, sharing diverse and revolutionary ideas to explore the theme ‘Rethink...’

Top (clockwise): Kirsty Wark, Journalist, Broadcaster and Writer; BBC Radio Scotland presenter Clare English and Jason Leitch; TEDx Youth event and the team of volunteers

TEDx is all about inspiring everyone to make their own ‘impact stories’, sparking change through sharing ideas, listening to speakers, participating in discussions, meeting new people to getting hands on experience from innovative companies. Stand out entertainer Karen Dunbar gave her insight on the power of humour as a tool not as a weapon and Dr. Jack Kreindler founder of


the Centre for Health and Human Performance shared his knowledge on fighting cancer with technology. Simon Bowers, investigative journalist shone the spotlight on corporate tax evasion working on the Paradise Papers and Panama Papers; Shona McCarthy Director of Edinburgh Fringe on why we turn to creativity and culture when all else has failed; Professor Sethu Vijayakumar founding Director of Edinburgh’s Robotics Centre, and a collaboration with NASA on the Valkyrie humanoid robot being prepared for missions to Mars.

Peninsula scotland recognised for creating an inclusive environment Skypark tenants, Peninsula have been certified as Disability Confident Committed Employers for the year 2018 – 2019, recognising their work in creating an inclusive and supportive environment.

governs treatment of disabilities within the workplace, including the provisions of the Equality Act 2010. Under the Act, it is a legal requirement for employers not to discriminate directly or indirectly on the basis of disability, one of the protected characteristics and to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ where possible.

The Disability Confident Committed scheme encourages employers to sign up to a number of commitments and to demonstrate that they provide an inclusive and accessible recruitment process, offer interviews to disabled candidates, anticipate and provide reasonable adjustments, support existing employees with any long term health conditions to enable them to stay in work and to participate in at least one activity that will make a difference for disabled people. As a leading provider of Employment Law, HR and Health & Safety services, Peninsula frequently advise businesses on the relevant legislation which

Ceridian hails first tech event a success

Although most employers do not deliberately intend to discriminate, the application of the legal requirements does require careful consideration on a case by case basis and the employment tribunal statistics for the last quarter of 2017 demonstrated a 45% rise in disability discrimination claims lodged compared with the previous quarter. If your business has any questions relating to disability, discrimination or inclusion within the workplace, Peninsula can help. To find out more, contact 0808 198 7944 or visit Peninsula, Skypark 5, 45 Finnieston Street, Glasgow, G3 8JU

Ceridian Europe has hailed the success of its first business networking event ‘Lets Talk Tech’ held on 6th June at Skypark. The event featured two prominent leaders from the City’s tech community, Dr. Mark Dunlop, of Strathclyde University and Scot McCrae, founder of Candidate.ID Loretta Perry of Ceridian Europe said ,“Glasgow has a growing, vibrant tech sector and ‘Let’s Talk Tech’ was a great opportunity for the City’s business community to hear the latest insights from academic and business thought leaders in this sector. We thank Scot McCrae of Candidate. ID, a specialist in nurturing talent through best practice in marketing and Dr. Mark Dunlop a leading research at Strathclyde University, who spoke on the impact of mobile devices on user behaviour”.

To find out more on the next in the series of Ceridian Europe events to be held later this year, please contact:


save the date 28th september 2018 skypark tech fest swg3 after-party animation - vfx - technology tesla - the vanives - dj and more to be announced... Headlined by Skypark-based Axis Animation, producer of high-end genre animation for the television, film and video game industries, all tenants are invited to save the date and join our Animation VFX & Tech Festival at Skypark and after-party at SWG3, featuring music production collaborative VanIves and DJ. Animation VFX & Tech Fest celebrates the work of our very own Skypark-based animation and technology companies, bridging with the Digital Media Quarter and collaborating with neighbouring venue SWG3. The free event at Skypark kicks off with Axis headlining, and VanIves set, demos by technology leaders Spire Global, Filament PD, Freedom One Life and many more, plus Tesla demo, street food and licensed bar with a complimentary drink on entry. The after-party at SWG3 features Axis Animation VFX and set by VanIves plus guest DJ (7.30-midnight). Skypark tenants: ÂŁ10 | General admission: ÂŁ12

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Launch Foods Opens in Skypark to help feed Glasgow’s children A

huge welcome to the wonderful team at Launch Foods, a brilliant not-for-profit enterprise, that is on a mission to feed the City’s primary school children in communities that need it most, by providing 7,500 meals over the summer holidays and school term for children who would otherwise go hungry.

As part of the effort to feed local children, Skypark is donating space to Launch and also calling for companies here to help them put a stop to childhood hunger.

Launch Foods sets out to solve the issue of food surplus going to waste, by prepping 350 free children’s meals everyday. Over the Summer Launch is working with the charity Achieve More Scotland, that runs sports activities, by producing healthy nutritious free food for the kids participating in these free events. As part of the effort to feed local children, Skypark is donating space to Launch and also calling for companies here to help them put a stop to childhood hunger. Launch is urgently asking for sponsorship for or a donation of a vehicle that can tow their Airstream truck to distribute food to children across Scotland in the coming months. Please look out for regular Launch updates, that will give details on how you or your team or business can get fundraising and donating or give some practical help. Craig Johnson who runs Launch Foods said, “It’s 2018 and there is no excuse for this situation, our kids are going hungry and as a community we must work to show our kids we care. Every day across Scotland, our children spend their evenings hungry without a proper meal and the situation gets worse over summer with the absence of school meals. Meanwhile, food producers throw away surplus food. We felt we should do something to connect the two. “We ask suppliers to donate surplus food from which we create a menu of


delicious treats that kids love, such as burgers, chicken wraps, smoothies and pasta. Scottish kids were consulted on the types of food they’d like to eat and even created some of the smoothie recipes. All the food on the menu is healthy, packed with (sneakily hidden) vegetables, and is low in fat and salt. We even make our own healthy ketchup. In line with the socially conscious cause, all of the packaging is compostable and biodegradable. “Over the summer, Launch Food’s shiny silver food truck will be working with Achieve More Scotland providing in excess of 7500 meals feeding our kids that need it most. Beyond this, we will feed kids after their school day. Launch is a 365 day operation, it is not just for holiday hunger.” Craig finished, “The more money Launch Foods generates, the more kids we can feed – it’s as simple as that. If anyone feels they would like to contribute they will be feeding kids in Scotland. Kids you pass in the street, kids many of you will know. It’s Scotland’s kids and they shouldn’t be going hungry.”

If you or your company can provide practical help, sponsor, donate or fundraise please contact Craig on:


FUN IN THE SUN! We hope you all enjoyed the first of our Street Food events with StrEAT! Thanks to everyone who came along and enjoyed the food, games and music. We aim to make this a regular event for Skyparkers so stay tuned for updates. Sign up to our mailing list here: to stay up to date on all things Skypark and don’t forget to follow our Facebook page -

Our regular street food pop-ups continue every Thursday - each week will feature a new & exciting trader from our pick of the best street food traders in Scotland! Expect some mouthwatering menus and special lunch deals! Check out for news of the latest traders in each week, menus and special offers.


Photos by Kris Kesiak Photography


Skypark ‘lifts the lid’ on new Piano Project Calling all pianists! Skypark is lifting the lid on the City’s Piano Project, a cause that sets out to put the ‘playfulness’ into work places and public spaces, by providing free-to-play pianos at a range of venues, and turning Glasgow into a city of pianos! All piano enthusiasts are invited to have a go and tinkle the ivories, with the arrival of the Project’s beautiful white baby grand piano – a recent star of the BBC drama ‘Ordeal by Innocence’ – with a new life in Skypark 1 reception area. Driven by the idea of bringing people together through music, Tom Binns started The Piano Project, a social enterprise that sets out to create opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to play the highest quality acoustic pianos in Glasgow and beyond. Tom said, “Our project is all about quietly embedding more opportunities for ‘playfulness’ into the fabric of the City. The interaction that can happen around these pianos and the opportunity for people to break out of patterns of behaviour that keep us stuck, and make some music, is one antidote to isolation, loneliness, social anxiety, the process of dealing with grief and loss. It’s all about playfulness as this helps bring a different, flexible, state of mind that feeds back into how we live our day. We hope that Skypark tenants will enjoy the chance to play as they go about their work.”

Ongoing health and wellbeing initiatives that the Piano Project runs, include Glasgow Piano City; that offers free piano tuition for people coping with isolation, loneliness and long-term health conditions. Playing it by Ear sets up acoustic pianos in public parks and spaces offering free piano lessons to anyone with an interest. The Piano Project in partnership with Galgael and KibbleWorks, are developing a new range of high-quality products, by recycling pianos, creating employment and reducing waste. Instruments are also loaned out to venues across the City for performances, events, conferences, festivals, workshops or private occasions.


The Piano Project’s baby grand piano at Skypark, will be open to tenants and the public from 7am-10pm Monday to Friday. Other participants in the project include King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and the Riverside Museum. If you’re interested in finding out more or donating a piano to be refurbished and used as part of Piano Project’s ongoing initiatives please contact Tom Binns on or call 07940224365. 17

To find out more on exhibiting in Skypark’s donated gallery please contact:

‘Selfie’ by Graham McKean

Satirical Artist Graham McKean hosts successful EXHIBITION at Skypark Graham McKean, the Irvine-based artist recognised for his highly collectable satirical and contemporary style has been showing his paintings in Skypark 1 this summer. The collection featured a selection of work including the iconic large oil painting ‘Helping Hands’ referring to people helping each other in business, something McKean feels strongly about. His pieces are often related to politics and business and are very current, with a touch of humour, the pastel ‘Selfie’ sums up the mobile phone generation! In 1996, after 17 years as a graphic designer, Graham McKean decided to commit himself totally to his Art and

now works from his WASPS studio based in Irvine, Ayrshire.

will enjoy and see the fun side of life as they go about their work.”

As a result of his exposure to the art world, McKean has regular private commissioned work for both personal and corporate clients, which forms a large part of his business. His work has become highly collectible and is held in private and public collections worldwide.

A review by the late W Gordon Smith (Art Critic, the Scotsman) described the work of Graham McKean as a cross between the artists John Byrne and Stanley Spencer, but with an ‘interesting bite’.

Graham McKean said: “My paintings are inspired by the humour that I see in everyday situations and that are topical in the news, so it’s great to bring the collection to Skypark’s gallery walls, a completely different venue from a traditional gallery. I hope that people


The exhibition ran until 12 July and the originals are available to buy. Please contact The Studio Fine Art Company on 0141 340 9713 or email: Prints of the collection are also available.

macrame exhibition and workshops “The workshops are ideal for beginners and sociable, a great way to meet new people or come with friends to relax and get creative after the working week.”

With a glowing client list and a renewed interest in the art of macrame, Kirsty Porter founder of Hygge Macrame, has been busy creating wall hangings for high street store ‘Warehouse’, TV series ‘Outlander’ and the recent Netflix film ‘Outlaw King’. We’re delighted that Kirsty will also share her passion and skill in a new Skypark exhibition and beginners workshop series, featuring macrame textile design, right here this summer! Interior designer, Kirsty Porter launched Hygge Macrame 4 years, ago and it has gone from strength to strength. As well as designing for Warehouse, TV and Netflix, Kirsty is taking this 13th century artisan craft to a new generation through parties and workshops across the country. Kirsty said, “I launched 4 years ago starting with a passion for terrariums and all things botanical, but now use my interior design experience to create macrame and textile pieces for the home and commercial places.

Kirsty’s exhibition begins with an opening night on 13th July in Skypark 1. There will be 3 beginners classes running on a Friday evenings from 6-8.30pm on 27th July, 17th August and 7th September, priced at £30 per person and includes all materials. “The workshops are ideal for beginners and sociable, a great way to meet new people or come with friends to relax and get creative after the working week. The exhibition opens on 13 July, and it’s a good opportunity to see some designs and get inspired for your first project.”


To find out more on Hygge Macrame please contact or visit

Come and enjoy a creative evening where you’ll learn how to make your very own fascinator!

Any age and level of skill can enjoy this easy and fun workshop where you get to create your very own fascinator! Pick colours, styles and designs, and create a stunning piece that you can wear to your next event, party or gathering!

Materials to make your first piece are included in the course. There will be a selection of extra materials and feathers on offer to buy on the night. There are only a few spaces available for each workshop so book now to make sure you don’t miss out!

The course is a tutorial in feather manipulation, making fascinator bases as well as other exciting methods! Create your very own beautiful fascinator to wear. The two-hour workshop will involve an overview of a few millinery techniques and different styles.

Classes take place from 6-8pm on Monday 23rd July and 6th August. £30 per class. Visit for more information and to book a class. 20

Say It Ain’t

hand sewing & alteration classes every wednesday “A stitch in time saves nine and in more ways than one”, says the highly creative Iona Barker, founder of Say It Ain’t Sew, who is bringing back the disappearing art of hand sewing to unite, empower and encourage people to be creative right here at Skypark! Iona’s sewing classes have been so successful that they are back by popular demand in July and August. Iona says: “Our sewing classes have gone from strength to strength at Skypark and it’s wonderful to return and hopefully we can keep the enthusiasm going. The idea of the group is similar to the sewing bees that our mums and grannies were brought up on as a way of supporting each other and sharing skills. We believe that creativity can save lives, improve mental wellbeing and bring people together in an encouraging learning environment. Our classes promote positive mental health, cognitive skills, hand-eye coordination, self esteem, social skills, problem solving, and of course the skill of hand sewing.” Classes run every Wednesday from 5pm-7pm, in Skypark Reception Meeting Room throughout July.

“A stitch in time saves nine and in more ways than one”

Say It Ain’t Sew is a not for profit organisation. To book a class or find out more, please contact: or visit


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NEW service



...for Individuals and Companies Sacha McKenzie a joint founder of Skypark-based Pocapoc, design and branding agency, has launched High 3: Holistic Wellbeing that treats individuals and company groups to help the workforce improve creativity, energy flow and boost performance.

“We look forward to launching our group energy workshops that will focus on aligning energy levels to encourage maximum productivity, creativity, and wellbeing.”

A range of traditional individual therapies are available from reflexology, reiki, hopi ear candling, and launching this Autumn group energy workshops, tailored to meet the needs of a business and boost its performance. A qualified Reiki and Reflexology Practitioner for 15 years and a Member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists, Sacha McKenzie said: “Our treatments are dedicated to personal transformation and wellness through holistic therapies. We focus on the person’s whole wellbeing, their physical, emotional and spiritual wellness. “As the owner of a branding agency that develops brands and personalities of companies, I have been drawn to look at the whole company from a holistic viewpoint. Similar to individuals, a brand operates on different channels of energy. We look forward to launching our group energy workshops that will focus on aligning energy levels to encourage maximum productivity, creativity, and wellbeing.” To book an individual treatment or find out more on a group energy workshop for businesses, please contact: or visit and High 3: Holistic Wellbeing, is located at The Treatment Room, Level -2, Skypark 1.

Treatments Reflexology is based on an ancient form of therapy to harmonise and balance the body. The therapist works on reflex points on your feet, hands, and ears that are thought to relate to specific organs and glands in the body.


Reiki is the ancient Japanese method of healing using energy to balance the body and mind. Reiki is believed to improve just about any aspect of life, from physical health to emotional well-being to stress reduction and mental clarity.

free bike maintenance Available on the first Tuesday of each month with Dr Bike from our local ‘Bike For Good’. The service is offered on a first come first served basis, so early drop off is recommended. Please leave your bike with Dr Bike at the level -1 underpass, by the bike racks from 1pm. Gears will be adjusted, brakes tightened, cables and blocks replaced as required, everything oiled and greased and given a once over. Major issues will be diagnosed and a fault report provided.

dry cleaning, ironing & laundry delivery Be prepared for that important meeting or social event with our handy dry cleaning and laundry delivery service! Majestic Laundrette in Finnieston, provide a daily (Monday – Friday) pick-up and delivery service direct to your office. Collection and delivery will be made to your office reception by calling 0141 334 3433. We have secured exclusive discounts for everyone at Skypark - quote ‘Skypark’ when booking! Visit www.skypark-glasgow. com/amenities/dry-cleaning/ for full details and a price list.

acupressure massage Anna from Pressure Drop Massage is in Skypark every second Friday, offering seated acupressure massages, with no need to remove any clothing and no use of oils – the perfect express massage to fit into your busy schedule and get you ready for the weekend! A 25 minute massage is £18, and bookings are taken between 11am and 3pm. Please contact Anna at for further information and bookings.

amazon lockers We have dedicated Amazon lockers for your convenience on level -2 in Skypark 1. If you have an amazon account you can add Skypark as your self service/collection address. Use our postcode G3 8EP to search delivery options.

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corporate launches, private dining, canapé functions, boardroom lunches, location catering for the film, TV and media industries

Done well, whisky and food matching can be every bit as good, if not better than food and wine. Justin does it well. Very well. The quality of food never ceases to amaze me, from relatively simple lunches to multi-course whisky pairing banquets, they always get it right. Wild Fig offer a combination of high quality, consistency and reliability, which is why we are delighted to serve their food with our finest single malt whiskies on a regular basis at Glengoyne. Stuart Henry - Brand Heritage and Commercial Manager | Glengoyne Distillery Wild Fig worked with us to host a prestigious corporate event for our client in Glasgow City Centre. We were incredibly impressed with the quality and creativity of the food; the slick event management and the professionalism of the whole team. We're looking forward to working with them again and would like to thank Nicola, Justin and the team for their hard work and superb service. Lisa Mennie - Skylark PR, Glasgow Immersed in the world of food through his father, a chef of reputed standing Justin Maule was a talent from a young age, winning Scottish Junior Cook of the year at the age of 11, the youngest ever to do so. He has since worked in some of the finest kitchens in Scotland - The Herald Magazine’s food critic, Ron McKenna rating his cooking as ‘excellent’.

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wild fig pop-up 16 - 20 July, skypark 5 If you enjoyed breakfast with Justin and Nicola from Wild Fig back in May, you’re in for a treat - they are back serving morning coffee, cakes and lunches from 16th to 20th July in Skypark 5. Keep an eye on our event and social media pages for updates.


Can you help? Here’s an easy way to do your bit for charity - take a donation tin for your office! Finding Your Feet is a charity that support amputees, and they’re based on level -1 beside Sweat gym! Contact to organise your donation tin, or if you just fancy popping in to say hello and find out how you can help they would love to see you!


SWEAT! Glasgow has just launched a brand new group exercise timetable with a class to suit everybody! From Bootcamp to Bodyrock there’s no better way to get fit for summer. Those of you who regularly attend classes will know that training in a group is a fun and social way of getting fit and if you haven’t tried one before, here are 3 reasons why you definitely should!

Motivation: working out with friends or a group of like minded people helps to keep you motivated to regularly attend your class. Plus, it pushes you to work harder to keep up with the pace of the class. Accountability: if you just don’t feel like going to the gym some days it’s easy to talk yourself out of it when you train alone. If you attend classes, knowing that your class mates will wonder where you are if you don’t go, will keep you motivated to show up! That buzz! there’s nothing like it! Whether your group training is in a dance class, yoga, Body Combat or HIIT training, when the music is playing and you look around and see everyone working hard together, you get that ultimate buzz that training on your own doesn’t give.

So set yourself a goal this month to try something new and book one of our brand new classes. Pop into SWEAT! Glasgow today to find out more about our class timetable. 26

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