It's a bit light all around to be honest. Especially the track which is too slow and too low volume. I ran under 33.00 and we were doing 4-5x1M in about 4.55 in winter with a lap jog rec. But mile reps can be tough mentally if you try doing them solo.
Great day at the marathon, managed to bike most of the course until security chucked me off around Herries Road. They took all the bumps out of Pollok Park
then stood by Jury's Inn for the start loop and the half way marker, after that was getting too cold and wet in cycling gear so dashed back home to watch lap 2 on telly. Intriguing mens' race wasn't it. Nice to see the Scots showing their neighbours the way home but Steve Way was pretty incredible too. Hope everyone else enjoyed it. I'll also be out watching the bike road race and time trials too. (Too stingy to actually buy a ticket for anything I'm afraid).
Why are you trying to get a private one, is it because you are curious but have no symptoms? Just asking. I have had several at BUPA but as part of a package, you could try calling them and see if they could quote you for just a stress test, or try Spire Hospitals and do the same. Some sports venues may be worth a shot, I live in Glasgow and happen to know you can get one at Hampden for £120
and they have a cardiology professor on the team to do the interpretation.
Usually if you do a VO2max test they will hook you up to an ecg too but you may not have someone fully qualified to interpret it so not a good route in this case. I got a VO2max test with ecg at UEA for £50 once but not sure they do it anymore.