WIN a 3 course dinner with a bottle of wine for two at The Hilton Garden Inn
Flick to page 23 of the latest Skyline magazine to find out more!
To be in with the chance of winning all you have to do is answer the following question by 24th November and send your answer, name and company to Karha at Reception@skypark-glasgow.com
Question: What is the name of the new restaurant at The Hilton Garden Inn?
WIN afternoon tea for 2 with Prosecco at 200 St Vincent Street!!
To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is email Karha your name and company at email@example.com
200 SVS are also offering all you lucky Skyparkers 20% discount off spa treatments – visit the Skyperks page for more info.
Advanced Physiotherapy: Change of service
Sue Simpson’s Advanced Physiotherapy Clinic no longer operates at Skypark, but all existing patients can continue using the service at the Burnside clinic. For more information and appointments please contact Sue via the following methods:
– Tel : 0141 613 3683 (Appointment Line)
(Be ready to leave message with your name/contact no and Sue will call you back later same day or within 24hrs)
– Text: 07817 110 171
(Text as opposed to mobile is on silent, not answered when treating patients)
(She will get back to patients looking for appointments later same day or within 24hrs)
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(it all helps to spread the work to others who may benefit from this form of very effective treatment)
Terms and conditions including costs are on the website.
Note : Skypark discounts are no longer applicable, unless a treatment was started at Skypark and treatment is ongoing, rate is agreed by prior agreement.
A new clinic will open in Perth in January, Sue will be there 2 days a week.
It will be staffed by another experienced Physiotherapist (trained in Sue’s Advanced Techniques) and an experienced Massage Therapist who also does some advanced techniques.
Note: All appointments need to be pre-booked, appointments on the day, within 24-48hrs or during that week are always subject to availability and ususally the week is booked up ahead.
Urgent requests for prompt appointments are catered for if there are any cancellations with advance 24hrs notice.
Operation Paisley – Alien Pursuit – SKYPARK TICKET OFFER
When: Saturday 14 October
Cost: £3 adults/£1 under 16s + bkg fee*
Where: Starts Paisley Arts Centre
Max group: 8 persons
Skypark Deal: 8 tickets for the price of 6
Your mission, should you choose to accept, it involves the protection of a town called Paisley, in a county called Renfrewshire, near a city called Glasgow, on an island called Great Britain, on a planet called Earth.
For your own safety, the specifics of your mission will not be revealed until the point of action, but expect to encounter a vast array of challenging challenges which will channel your unique ability and test your skills to the limit … and beyond.
Choose your team carefully – pick agents you can communicate with verbally, non-verbally, psychically, non-psychically, visually, non-visually – agents you can trust. You will be expected to follow leads and read minds. The minds of aliens.
Operation Paisley – Alien Pursuit is an interactive game (part treasure hunt, part immersive theatre) led by actors, traders and volunteers, using multiple locations across Paisley.
Participants book in advance, in group sizes of up to 8, with each team given a time slot at ten minute intervals. Each team starts their journey at the allotted time and uncover a series of clues which take them on a journey through the town, in and out of shops, cafes and public areas. The experience lasts an hour. As part of the experience happens outdoors please bring appropriate footwear/clothing. The game is suitable for ages 7+ and each team must include at least one adult.
Are you game?
To book the Skypark deal call, 0300 300 1210 and quote ‘Skypark’
Suitable for ages 7+
10am-5pm (Every 10 minutes, excl between 1pm and 1.50pm)
Please arrive 10 mins before your allocated time (latecomers may not be admitted)
Big Licks Ice Cream Opens At Skypark
Big Licks has opened at Skypark 5, bringing its first ice cream and dessert restaurant to the West End of the City. Specialising in artisan ice creams, desserts and drinks, the company has taken 2,187 sq. ft. of retail space on the ground floor of Skypark 5, Finnieston.
A spokesperson for Big Licks said, “We are delighted to announce we are now open in Skypark. We are looking forward to bringing our tantalising combinations of heart-warming desserts and gelato to the West End and to play our part in growing Finnieston’s thriving food and entertainment destination.”
Commenting on the deal on behalf of Skypark, Estelle Forrester Retail Director of Savills said: “Big Lick’s decision to locate here is a welcome endorsement of the success that is the Skypark community. With this letting now complete, I am pleased to confirm the availability of a 3,981 sq ft retail unit suitable for occupation as a temporary let or on a long-term lease.”
Skypark 5 is located adjacent to Skypark 1 and offers a unique business hotel concept to allow those working on campus to play as well as work with a nursery, car valet, Sweat! Gym, social events, and beauty services all on site. It has immediate access to all the transport links, restaurants and leisure facilities that Finnieston has to offer.
Savills are the agents acting on behalf of Skypark for retail lettings.
JLL and Ryden are the joint agents acting on behalf of Skypark for office lettings.
Phoenix Futures’ Scottish Residential Service Opens Art Exhibition at Skypark
A new art therapy collection called Perceptions, inspired by the perspectives of the residents of Phoenix Futures’ Possil based Scottish Residential Service, is to open in Skypark’s donated gallery space from 16th October to 10th November 2017.
The exhibition is the product of a series of creative groups run by artist and former Skypark exhibitor Jenny Robertson, on behalf of Phoenix Futures Scottish Residential Service, which supports individuals and communities in their recovery from drug and alcohol misuse.
Commenting on the exhibition Jenny Robertson, who will also show some of her own work on the same theme, said: “The collection is called Perceptions as each resident will depict something they perceive as important to them, or something as seen from their perspective: a narrative will accompany each piece to give the viewer an insight into the mind-set of each artist.”
Jenny added: “My pieces depict ways in which perception can be distorted according to the viewers’ own experiences, anxieties and fears.”
David Brockett, Service Manager of Phoenix Futures’ Scottish Residential Service describes how the exhibition will help its’ residents and communities. He said: “As a Therapeutic Community we promote and encourage creativity through art, recognising an individual’s talent as well as the collective therapeutic value art provides. So getting the opportunity to express ourselves through art and being able to display this work in Skypark has been of great benefit and reward for the individuals involved as well as our community in general. We hope to challenge stigma, raise awareness of addiction, and show the people of Glasgow what the culture of recovery means to us!”
Lisa Kirsop of Resonance Capital, who handles marketing and tenant services on behalf of Skypark Trustees commented: “We are pleased to welcome Phoenix Futures’ exhibition and residents to Skypark. Our donated gallery will provide a creative platform to help the Service and its’ residents raise awareness of the great work carried out by the Charity.
“Our donated gallery space is open to the artistic community from established to up and coming artists giving them the option to exhibit work beyond a traditional gallery space.”
The exhibition is free and open to the public and will take place in Skypark 1.