Scotstoun Leisure Centre
Monday and Wednesday - Evenings 7.30pm -9.30pm

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MONDAY - 7.30pm - 9.30pm

Monday sessions are suited for beginners.

WEDNESDAY - 7.30pm - 9.30pm

Wednesday sessions are suited for experienced playes

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Raymond MacHugh

I own a graphic design company Keywest which I have been running for the last 18 years, bizarrely I also have a restaurant in Dublin which I own with my brother running for 17 years, KEYWEST and MONA LISA. I can explain over a beer.

Somebody I've known for a while thought I was 35, sounds good to me!

What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Friday 5.30pm.

Favorite Newspaper?
The Guardian.

What would you die for?
My kids, Louisa & Pierce, pic above.

What is your greatest fear?
I don't have any great fears that keep me awake at night, however top of the list would be dying.

What attribute do you disapprove of in others?

If you could turn the clock back what would you change?

Pre Credit Crunch I would have put away more money to protect my business, I managed to scrape through this crisis, but just.

Favorite TV show?
At present - The Good Wife, The Mentalist and CSI Miami.

How would you describe your life?
Extremely happy and fulfilled. Married to Susanne for the last 14 years, we have 2 fantastic kids, Louisa 8 and Pierce 2. Pic Below

Favorite Movie?
Blade Runner.

Musical Tastes?
The Clash, Paul Weller, Richard Hawley, Ramones, Aztec Camera, T-Rex, The Coral and lots & lots more!

Favorite Track?
'Train In Vain' by The Clash

The Clash Train In Vain

Proudest Moment?
Has to be becoming a dad nothing in the world can touch that.

Favorite Food?
I love my grub and I do enjoy a good curry, I also crave good quality Italian, my wife is vegetarian and she makes some mean dishes, homemade grub every night what a lucky guy.

Biggest Influence in life?
Sir John Harvey Jones. If it was not for this guy my life would have been very very different, sadly missed, read more here; SIR JOHN

Anyone you dislike dead or alive?

Maggie Thatcher has to be the top of the list and next would be Tony Blair. Thatcher is an obvious one and needs no explaining. On the other hand I am a Labour man and Blair did bring us back from the brink however he got confused with responsibility and power and he and his counter part in the States are resposible for the deaths of over 100,000 innocent people. The only weapons of 'Mass Destruction' were Bush & Blair.

What is the most important lesson life has taught you?
'The most important things in life are 'not things'.

Favorite Place Visited?
A few; Florence, San Francisco (The nearest you will ever get to being in Glasgow) and Manhattan.

Most wanted gadget?
Got them all!

Volleyball, Poker, Playing with the Kids, Photography, PS3/Xbox, Wine and TV.

Favorite Sport?

Favorite Nephew - Aidan Millar