Playing Their Part

Playing Their Part

Supporting the NHS, championing apprenticeships and helping Glasgow go greener - check in with what our family of Sponsors and Partners have been up to in recent weeks with the latest Playing Their Part.

SP Energy Networks

Official Community Partner SP Energy Networks have been continuing their essential work to keep the power flowing over the last month, helping to supply homes and businesses across the country.

They’ve been busy continuing their promotion of sport and engineering options for women and girls nationwide over the last month, including highlighting the ever-popular SP Energy Networks Warriors Championship.

SP Energy Networks have also been investing in the future with Scottish Apprenticeship Week, supporting the next generation of green energy experts who will help to build a better future, quicker.

The Malcolm Group

Long-serving club sponsor The Malcolm Group are supporting the NHS in the ongoing battle against COVID-19, as the leading providers of logistics, construction and maintenance services in the UK proudly assists the NHS by delivering essential services.

A fleet of uniquely-branded distribution units have been in service around Scotland since the start of March, with members of Danny Wilson’s squad on hand to help champion the partnership during a recent photocall at Scotstoun.


Official Club Sponsor KubeNet are helping one grassroots club get set for the resumption of rugby, after donating 1000 water bottles to Cartha Queen’s Park RFC.

The Glasgow-based technology company are proud sponsors of Cartha Queen’s Park’s women’s side, as well as long-term supporters of the wider club.

Mackenzie Construction

Mackenzie Construction have been giving back to their local community over the last few weeks, helping to support Irvine Meadow Football and Community Club provide children with a top-quality footballing venue to enjoy, as well as become a hub within the local community.

The Glasgow-based company have also been supporting Scottish Apprenticeships Week, celebrating the role that apprentices play in developing and securing the long-term future of businesses.

First Bus

Like SP Energy Networks, First Bus are also investing in a greener future for Glasgow after announcing a new fleet of electric buses will be rolled out across Scotland’s largest city by March 2023.

The new buses will remove over 10,000 tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere per year, and follows the earlier announcement of 22 all-electric buses that will be in service across Glasgow by the end of this year.


Leading hydration drink suppliers iPRO have teamed up with Scottish Rugby and CJ Lang & Son to get behind the NHS, donating their product to NHS Tayside and their Rest, Relax and Recharge rooms.

14 of these spaces have been created in hospitals and community care centres across the NHS Tayside region, ensuring frontline staff have an area of calm away from their working day.

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