More than 30 full and part-time staff have been made redundant at the Glasgow School of Art bar and club after liquidators were appointed.
What Every Woman Wants rose from the single store in Glasgow’s Argyle Street to become a landmark of the UK high street in the 1970s and 80s.
Taking into consideration the planning assumptions and based on previous major summits/conferences (e.g. Nato Summit Wales 2014), the initial costings demonstrate that the event will cost potentially several hundred million pounds.
Pupils will battle through fatigue and tiredness to swim 15 minute slots each every hour, for 24 hours. The event, which is sponsored by a number of island businesses, will be officially opened by two national swimmers. A DJ will also keep youngsters entertained with music throughout the event.