This striking Category B-listed former church retains its austere and imposing appearance, yet remains a hidden gem within the hustle and bustle of the West End. Now the heart of a vibrant mental health clubhouse, step inside to find a friendly and welcoming community.
Parking: Parking is chargeable
Accessibility: As the building was built as a church, the main space is very open. We have recently installed a lift that will take you from the ground floor to the first floor, otherwise there is a set of stairs from the ground floor to the first floor. There is also a small set of stairs on the ground floor leading to the cafe area, as well as a ramp in the rear of the building that leads to the cafe area.
The building is fully accessible, however some of the rooms that come off of the main hall upstairs have narrow doorways which can be difficult for wider wheelchairs.
Architect: Eric Alexander Sutherland
Building Date: 1924
Doors Open Day September 2018:
Tours: Tue & Thu 2pm; 30 minutes
Tour meeting point: In the caf� space
Booking essential - 0141 333 0099, firstname.lastname@example.org
Arts and Craft stall for children