News & Events

What the 29th March Coronavirus rulings are in full and what it means to your retailers at Faraday Park.

CovidToday sees the first of the coronavirus rule relaxations as progress along with the Government’s roadmaps. To the shopping centre, we still have to wait until April 12th before hopefully our non-essential retailers can open but today marks the first step – and the link will help us adhere to the new rules to ensure we get to the next stop on the roadmap.

Stay safe shoppers and continue to maintain Hands, Face, Space!

New Coronavirus Rulings from Monday 29th March 2021 (image covid) – Link (COVID-19) Coronavirus restrictions: what you can and cannot do – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)







Get ready to Spring Forward!


It’s that time of the year already folks, the clocks spring forward an hour tonight which means an hour less in bed – but it’ll be lighter on a night! It also means we’re so much closer to taking a foot along the roadmap back to normality.

So let’s not worry about an hour less, and look forward to Summer Time!




Black Friday event is on now at ScS

Black Friday event is on now at ScS


Our massive Black Friday event is on now at ScS!
Every sofa, flooring, dining range & big name brand is
REDUCED! Buy any carpet and ScS will pay for your
fitting! Plus many have guaranteed Christmas delivery
if you’re quick!
Sofas from only £299, This black Friday at ScS!









Are you supporting your local Small Businesses in Coatbridge, Scotland this Saturday?

Small-Business-Saturday-UK-2018-Logo-English-Blue-Hi-ResSaturday 1st December sees Small Business Saturday return to the UK.
Small Business Saturday is a grassroots campaign that highlights small business success and encourages customers to support small businesses in their communities. The day itself takes place on the first Saturday in December each year and the campaign aims to have a lasting impact on small businesses. In 2018 Small Business Saturday will take place on Saturday 1st December. Small Business Saturday was originally founded by American Express in the U.S. in 2010 and it remains the principal supporter of the campaign in the UK, as part of its on-going commitment to encourage consumers to shop small.