Playing Their Part

Playing Their Part

A new campaign, supporting grassroots rugby and welcoming visitors once more - check out how the Glasgow Warriors family of Sponsors and Partners have been Playing Their Part in recent weeks.

SP Energy Networks

Glasgow Warriors and Official Community Partners SP Energy Networks have teamed up to launch the new ‘Get Active’ campaign, a series of activities designed to improve both physical and mental well-being.

The Warrior Nation will be encouraged to get out and about across the month of May, with a variety of challenges including something for everyone, from local walks to quick and easy recipes.

Supporters of all ages are also encouraged to share their attempts at each activity over the course of each week – simply tag both Glasgow Warriors and SP Energy Networks on social media using #SPENGetActive, and encourage your fellow members of the Warrior Nation to have a go.


With many attractions across Scotland in the process of re-opening, Official Club Sponsor Leidos have been doing their bit to help one of the country’s most popular destinations get set to welcome visitors back once more.

The Fortune 500 company – a global leader in science,
technology and engineering – has been helping Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh with
renovations and upgrades to their showdome, transforming it into a fully
digital 360˚ Planetarium experience for all the family with the use of
state-of-the-art 6K technology.

The work underlines Leidos’ commitment to supporting education for all, as well as enriching communities both across Scotland and worldwide.

Photos taken pre-COVID-19.


Official Club Sponsor KubeNet have once again been underlining their support of grassroots rugby, continuing their long-standing partnership with Cartha Queen’s Park RFC.

The Glasgow-based connectivity, business telecoms and cyber security specialists have provided new playing strips and coach kit for three of the club’s girls teams, with the U14, U16 and U18 squads all benefitting from KubeNet’s generous support.

University of Strathclyde

After 123 days, Strathclyde Sport finally opened their doors once more this week following the easing of Scottish Government restrictions.

A real team effort saw the facilities welcome people back on Monday 26 April, with bookings now open for activity slots across the complex.


Following the easing of Scottish Government restrictions, Braehead Shopping Centre is now open once more for non-essential shops.

The centre offers free parking, a free shop mobility service and over 100 of your favourite high street brands, including M&S, Apple and and River Island Kids as well as food court options such as Yo!Sushi and KFC.

Braehead’s number
one priority is keeping our customers safe, so when in centre make sure you
wear your face covering, use the hand sanitisation stations and follow the one
way system – for more
information visit

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