Sport & Leisure
The UK’s toughest open-water adventure race will return to Glasgow for the fifth year in a row on Saturday March 23.
Everyone who enters has a chance to win two tickets to the game, a signed rugby ball and shirt, and a set of RHA wireless headphones.
Club manager Ian Campbell says it is important for Western to move forward and reach out to new members.
The new deal will see McCrea support every part of the club – including men’s and women’s teams, as well as Hillhead Jordanhill’s ‘minis’ programme for youngsters.
A dynamic sports fan is needed who can create great content and put those words together into an engaging match-day package.
Graeme Obree and Colin Gregor are among other top names throwing their support behind Katie Ford, who has epilepsy.
The facility will be the first and only one of its kind in Scotland.
Western Health & Racquets Club hope to offer a better tennis experience for players of all ranges with the new synthetic court.
Record number of competitors set to take to the icy waters of the Forth and Clyde Canal for epic West End challenge.
Young people and their parents sample activities from judo and Tai Chi to parkour and circus skills.