Morisons is proud to support a number of organisations, charities and worthy individuals.
Not only does it put a smile on our faces and make us feel good, but our sponsorship enables great work to be carried out, whether it be a sporting achievement or enhancing communities through the development of projects.
Our key sponsorship initiatives currently include The Glasgow School of Art, an award winning initiative which we’ve supported for four years; and, one of Scotland’s top professional golfers, Swanston New Golf Club. We’ve also recently supported The Alzheimer’s Society, Enable and Alzheimer’s Scotland.
Glasgow School of Art Community Portfolio Clinics
The firm has been an avid sponsor of the Glasgow School of Art Community Portfolio Programme since its launch. The programme designed to widen participation and integration with GSA has literally transformed lives. A number of young individuals have gained access to further education courses, changing their career paths. The programme encourages people from identified communities, with an interest in the arts, and helps them compile a portfolio and provides advice on how to gain access to university, including the GSA. For further details log on to
Swanston New Golf Club
We act as solicitors for the Club and support it whenever possible having developed a very close affinity with the Club. Our support includes sponsorship of the Swanston Golf Course Guide and the 7th hole. It also hosted a Sports Quiz which we held for the members and guests and the annual Morisons’ Golf Outing, following which we received many favourable comments from our guests both with regard to the condition of the course and the quality of the service and catering.
Swanston New Golf Club is one of (very few!) recent success stories given the state of the economy. Contrary to the trend of diminishing membership numbers in Golf Clubs, Swanston has increased its numbers over the past 5 years from 280 to 990 – quite incredible really. It has a thriving Clubhouse and Restaurant – and you don’t have to be a member to use the Restaurant and Bar. It has a full “public house” licence and so is open to everyone.
With two balconies with stunning views across the Pentland Hills on one side and north over Edinburgh to Fife on the other and serving local produce, in some cases from their own 700 acre farm, a visit to Swanston New Golf Club is a must! We like to identify with success and to be part of it!
For more information log on to www.swanstongolf.co.uk.