Ten things to do in Glasgow this November
It’s getting colder are darker but the clocks going back (this Sunday!) doesn’t mean that you’ll miss out on getting out and about.
Get some fresh air
With a walk around some of Glasgow’s green spaces. Whether it’s to say hello to the highland cows in Pollok Park or the cheeky squirrels in Kelvingrove, we have some suggestions on our autumn walks page.
Book a table at Beat 6 and help The Beatson Cancer Charity
The company behind the renowned Six by Nico group of restaurants has announced that their new philanthropic restaurant in Glasgow will open on 16th November. The Beatson Cancer Charity, which supports the Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre, will get 100% of the proceeds from the restaurant.
Bookings are now open www.beat-6.co.uk
Get on your bike
With Glasgow hosting the COP26 climate conference, Love To Ride, is challenging you to show support and swap cars for handlebars. Cycle up 26 bike riding miles for transportation during COP26, you can earn Love To Ride’s special COP26 badge and be entered into a draw for some prizes from local businesses such as Paesano pizza.
Try out Glasgow’s newest Indian restaurant Namaste by Delhi Darbar
Heat up with a bowl of curry at the new Namaste by Delhi Darbar at St Enoch Shopping Centre. It’s at the VUE cinema end of the centre so extra handy for a before the pictures visit. We’ll be visiting soon so watch out for a review!
Dance in a club powered by body heat
SWG3 BODYHEAT – a radical new system of capturing and transforming the enormous amounts of energy generated by people at SWG3’s gigs and clubs.
This innovative new method of thermal control will drastically reduce the site’s energy usage, with potential savings of up to 70 tonnes of carbon per year.
Help save the Glasglopolis in this year’s new GlasGLOW
GlasGLOW is back and it’s under attack from a terrifying toxic gloop. It’s your chance to save the city, expose the truth and save the city’s annual pumpkin festival. Click here to book.
Eat sustainable food from Glasgow’s best chefs
Over 35 Glasgow venues are joining together as part of a new initiative designed to address food waste and its impact on climate change. Find out all about ithere.
Eat sushi and help plant a tree
Finnieston-based Japanese restaurant, Pickled Ginger has launched a new campaign ‘Plant One On Pickled Ginger’. The restaurant will plant one tree for every £15 spent in the restaurant.
Get that festive feeling early with the Christmas Market at St Enoch Square
There might not be a Christmas light switch on or even a market in George Square but don’t be sad as the Christmas Market will be on at St Enoch Square!
Think sausages, mulled wine and lots of goodies.
Try out the new menu at Mr Macgregors
The new autumn/winter menu has launched at Mr Macgregors in Netherlee. We have the full menu here. Special mention for the Winter ginger sponge ❤️
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