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Review of S & S Argento, The Plaza, East Kilbride Shopping Centre, East Kilbride
I have bought quite a few items in s&s argento and everything has been beautiful they have such a wide range of different things I always go there when I'm looking for a... Read more »
Review of Creative Window Blinds, 42 Dalsetter Avenue
I ordered blinds too and was told two separate times for fitting. Neither of which materialised. I tried calling but at only a quartet to five, they appear to be closed already. This... Read more »
Review of Village Blinds, 20 St. Bryde Street, East Kilbride
As a family business for over 30 years, Village Blinds in 20 St. Bryde Street is closed forever. This company no longer exists due to 'other' companies claiming they are. They have no... Read more »
Review of West Of Scotland Housing Association, 135 Stamford Street
I lived at 135 stamford street in the 60st i went to barrowfield school then bernard street sec my name linda clark had six sisters three brothers some of my family still live... Read more »
Glasgow, Scotland's largest city and the United Kingdom's third largest city, is a hive of tourism and industry and has a metroplitian population of over 1 million. The city boasts a wealth of modern architecture, cultural delights and a retail paradise that make it the third most visited destination for tourists in the United Kingdom after Edinburgh and London.
Glasgow is the focal point for Scotland's business and Industry. Since the 1980's the city's skyline has become adorned with ultra-modern high-rise developments which house the businesses that make Glasgow one of the top 20 financial centres in Europe. It is also the second largest retail space in the UK outside London.
Many areas of Glasgow radiate a cosmopolitan ambiance. The city has many beautiful parks and fine buildings and is situated on the River Clyde in the West Central Lowlands.
Glasgow is home to some of Scotland's finest galleries, theatres and libraries and holds a yearlong calendar of festivals that suit a wide variety of tastes, including film, comedy and jazz.
Locals, known as 'Glaswegians' have a distinct dialect described as the 'Glasgow patter'. Billy Connelly and Robert Carlyle are just two of the many famous Glaswegian celebrities who have been inspired by the city's culture.
Read more about Glasgow in the About Glasgow section.