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አማርኛ (Amharic)

ለ COVID ክትባትዎ አስተርጓሚ እንዴት ቅድመ-መያዝ እንደሚቻል

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

العربية (Arabic)

كيفية استخدام مترجم الهاتف للحصول على التطعيم والفحص وخط المساعدة COVID (PDF)

(How to Use Telephone Interpreter for COVID vaccination, testing and helpline (PDF))

معلومات عن الاختبار الذاتي (التدفق الجانبي)

COVID-19 Vaccine video

لقد تلقينا لقاح كوفيد-19

(COVID-19 Vaccine ‘Selfie’ videos)

বাংলা (Bengali)

আপনার কোভিড টিকার জন্য কীভাবে আগেভাগে একজন দোভাষী বুক করতে হয়

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

কোভিড-১৯ ভ্যাক্সিনেশন প্রোগ্রাম (টিকাদান কর্মসূচী)

(Information on the COVID-19 Vaccine)

Cesky (Czech)

Jak si předem rezervovat tlumočníka pro vaše očkování proti COVID

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

English

Information on COVID-19

Information on COVID-19 Vaccination

COVID-19 Vaccination ‘Selfie’ Videos

برای ساخت (Farsi)

How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination

چگونه می توان برای واکسیناسیون COVID خود مترجم را از قبل رزرو کرد

Person Centred Virtual Visiting (available by clicking the text below)

Person Centred Virtual Visiting, in Farsi
Français (French)

Comment pré-réserver un interprète pour votre vaccination COVID

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

ગુજુરાટી (Gujurati)

તમારા કોવિડ વેક્સિનેશન (COVID) માટે ઈન્ટરપ્રિટરને પહેલેથી કેવી રીતે બુક કે નોંધાવી શકાય

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

हिंदी (Hindi)

कोविड-19 टीकाकरण जानकारी

(COVID-19 Vaccination)

کوردی (Kurdish)

Meriv Çawa Meriv ji bo Aşiya COVID-a xwe Interpreter-ê Pêş-Pirtûke

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

Person Centred Virtual Visiting (available by clicking the text below)

Person Centred Virtual Visiting, in Kurdish
Lingala

How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination

Luganda

Engeri y’Okwekwata nga bukyaali Omuvunuzi w’okugemebwakwi okwa ssenyiga omukambwe COVID

(How to Pre-book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

简体中文 (Mandarin)

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

如何为您的COVID疫苗预预订口译员

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHhUaEGawrI&list=PLFZZF0a0RYPbu0bBrVht5MRy18_k6fIQL

以人为本的虚拟探视

(Person Centred Virtual Visiting – available by clicking the text above)

Afaan Oromoo (Oromo)

Talaallii Vaayirasii Koronaa (COVID-19)

How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID-19 vaccination

پښتو (Pashto)

ستاسو د COVID واکسین کولو لپاره د ترجمان ژباړن څرنګوالی

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

Polski (Polish)

Program szczepień przeciw COVID-19

(The COVID-19 Vaccination Programme)

How to Use Telephone Interpreter for COVID vaccination, testing and helpline (PDF)

Wirtualne odwiedziny w szpitalu (aby z tego skorzystać, proszę kliknąć na poniższy tekst)

(Person Centred Virtual Visiting (available by clicking the text)

Português (Portuguese)

Visitas Virtuais Centradas na Pessoa (disponível ao clicar no texto abaixo)

ਪੰਜਾਬੀ (Punjabi)

ਕੋਵਿਡ-19 ਵੈਕਸੀਨ ਬਾਰੇ ਜਾਣਕਾਰੀ

(Information on the COVID-19 Vaccine)

Romani

Informatii despre COVID-10

(Information on COVID-19)

Ockovanos proti COVID-19

(Information on COVID-19 Vaccination)

Română (Romanian)
Русский (Russian)

Как заранее пригласить переводчика на вашу вакцинацию от COVID

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

සිංහල (Sinhalese)

Slovensky (Slovakian)

Telephone Interpreter

(Information on COVID-19)

Information on self-isolation during COVID-19

Očkovací program COVID-19

(Information on COVID-19 Vaccination)

Soomaali (Somali)

Sida loogu sii diyaariyo turjubaanka tallaalka COVID, Imtixaanka ama Khadka Caawinta

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

Kiswahili (Swahili)

Jinsi ya Kabla ya Kitabu Mkalimani wa chanjo yako ya COVID

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

தமிழ் (Tamil)

கோவிட் (COVID) தடுப்பூசி போட்டுக் கொள்வதற்காக, மொழிபெயர்ப்பாளர் ஒருவரை நீங்கள் எவ்வாறு முன்-பதிவு செய்து கொள்ளலாம்?

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

ትግርኛ (Tigrinya)

ንሓደ ተርጓሚ ነቲ ኮቪድ ዚብሃል ክትከላኸለሉ እትኽእል ክትከላኸለሉ እትኽእል መገዲ

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

Türkçe (Turkish)
  • COVID Aşınız İçin Tercüman Önceden Nasıl Ayarlanır

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

اردو (Urdu)

کوویڈ ویکسینیشن، ٹیسٹنگ اور ہیلپ لائن کے لئے ٹیلی فون انٹرپریٹر کا استعمال کیسے کریں  (PDF)

خود کی جانچ سے متعلق معلومات (لیٹرل فلو)

کوویڈ – 19 کے بارے میں معلومات

(Information on COVID-19)

کوویڈ – 19 ویکسینیشن ےک بارے مںی معلومات

(Information on COVID-19 Vaccination)

tiếng Việt (Vietnamese)

Cách Đặt trước Thông dịch viên cho việc tiêm chủng COVID của bạn

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

Yorùbá (Yoruba)

Bii o ṣe le Ṣaju iwe-itumọ fun ajesara COVID rẹ

(How to Pre-Book an Interpreter for your COVID vaccination)

Further resources

NHS inform

NHS Inform have created information in other languages and formats which can be accessed at the following website:

Stay at Home guidance from the Scottish Government

Updated: 11/02/21, 16.30pm

Translated Infographics regarding the stay at home guidance provided by the Scottish Government can be found here: 

Doctors of the World

Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for patients in 45 languages, which were produced in partnership with the British Red Cross.

The complete list of languages available are: English, Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Bengali, Bulgarian, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Dari, Estonian, Farsi, French, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hausa, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Kiswahili, Krio, Kurdish Sorani, Latvian, Lithuanian, Oromo, Malayalam, Pashto, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Sindhi, Slovak, Spanish, Somali, Tamil, Tigrinya, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese, Wolof, Yiddish.

NHSGGC Hospitals Visiting Arrangements Rules from January 2022 – BSL
Advice to help avoid coronavirus (COVID-19) infection

British Sign Language video explaining steps you can take to help avoid infection from coronavirus (COVID-19) and self-isolation advice.

Research project exploring BSL users’ experience of psychological therapy
COVID-19 Pre-Vaccination Screening Form
Vaccinator Questions
Booking an Interpreter for your COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment

If you would like to book a BSL Interpreter for your appointment, use the Contact Scotland app to call the COVID-19 Helpline – 0800 030 8013. Remember to have your appointment details to hand.

Long COVID Summary Sheet – British Sign Language

We encourage and support people to stay connected to those who matter most in their lives while they are in hospital.

This page provides details of current visiting arrangements in place, and guidance and safety measures everyone needs to follow.

Scottish Government general guidance

Before coming to hospital, you may be asked to self-isolate for a period to ensure you are COVID-19 free on the day. Further information and current guidance is available on the Scottish Government website:

Information about Visiting

Patients, families and staff across NHSGGC hospitals are now able to benefit from Person Centred Visiting.

Person Centred Visiting means we will work together with patients, family members and staff so that care is in line with the following core principles:

Person Centred Visiting Core Principles

Frequently Asked Questions

When can I visit?

Please speak to the person you are visiting, and the ward, about when would be good for you to visit. Ward phone numbers are available here

Eating is a social occasion – family, friends and carers are welcome to visit at mealtimes to offer encouragement.

How many people can visit?

In most circumstances we ask that there are no more than 2 visitors at a time at the bedside (these visitors can change). This is to help make the environment as restful as possible, and to minimise the risk of infection. There may be times when you want and need more than two people at a time by your side. The nurse in charge will be happy to discuss this with you.

Children are welcome; they do need to be supervised at all times.

Can I phone the ward to find out how a relative or friend is doing?

Yes. If possible, it helps enormously if one family members is identified to be the key hospital contact and then takes responsibility to share information with other family and friends as appropriate.

Please note there is a limit to what information we can give over the phone, and who we can give this information to.

Do I still need to take a Lateral Flow Device Test before I visit?

We strongly encourage you to take a Lateral Flow Device Test before each visit, and only visit if this is negative.

Lateral Flow tests can be ordered from the Scottish Government website or by phoning 119.

Do I still need to wear a face mask when I visit?

People in hospital are particularly vulnerable to the risk of infection. Therefore, unless exempt, we strongly recommend that you wear a face mask throughout your visit.

What other safety measures do I need to follow?
  • Please use hand gel on arrival, departure and when you come into contact with surfaces during your visit.
  • Please don’t visit if you feel unwell.
  • Please use the toilets for the public (not for patients or staff) where you can. 
What visiting arrangements are in place in Maternity services?

Person Centred Visiting is in place across NHSGGC, including maternity antenatal, postnatal, and ultrasound appointments. In most circumstances we ask that there are no more than 2 visitors at a time (not including children) at the bedside. These visitors can change.

If possible, please arrange childcare for ultrasound appointments. If you need to discuss this, please phone the number in your ultrasound appointment letter.

Please see the rest of this page for further information about Person Centred Visiting.

What visiting arrangements are in place in outpatient areas or emergency departments?

Person Centred Visiting is in place across NHSGGC, including outpatient areas and emergency departments.

Please see the rest of this page for information about Person Centred Visiting.

My family member or friend is particularly vulnerable to the risk of infection; what visiting arrangements are in place for them?

Patients where there is a particularly high risk of infection will continue to have visiting arrangements discussed as part of their individual risk assessments. Ward staff will be happy to discuss these with you.

A ward is closed due to an outbreak of an infection; what visiting arrangements are in place there?

In wards where an outbreak of infection is being managed, essential visiting may be temporarily introduced to help protect patients, family members and staff until the situation is resolved.

Further Information

Hospital visiting leaflet

This leaflet provides visitors and patients with information about how hospital visiting will be managed at this time.

For those whose first language is not English, the leaflet is available in the other languages
Information for staff

This link provides staff with further information, guidance and resources to support the local implementation of NHSGGC visiting guidance.

Person Centred Virtual Visiting

This link provides further information, guidance and resources for those who are looking to have a virtual visit with someone in hospital.

When will you get your vaccination and your eligibility

The COVID-19 vaccination programme across Greater Glasgow and Clyde is being rolled out in accordance with the priority list agreed by the Scottish Government and the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).

Booster doses will be offered 3 months after your second COVID-19 vaccination if eligible.
Everyone aged over 18 is now eligible.

To keep updated on who is currently being vaccinated and for other COVID-19 vaccine information:.

  • If you are over 18 you cannot be vaccinated if you have tested positive for COVID in the last 28 days.
  • If you are under 18 you cannot be vaccinated if you have tested positive for COVID in the last 84 days.

Information for specific groups

People who are immunosuppressed 

The JCVI has recommended that individuals who are severely immunosuppressed aged 12 and over have a third Covid-19 vaccination.

This is because people who have a weakened immune system may not have had a full response to the vaccine and are therefore less protected than the wider population.

This includes some people who have received organ transplants, people with cancer and people with HIV
There must be at least eight weeks between the second and third dose of vaccine.

Those who fall into this group have been contacted by the Board and are now eligible for a booster – they will be invited by letter for this appointment.

Young people aged 12 to 15 years old

People aged between 12-15 years old have received an invitation to attend for their Covid-19 vaccination based on the recommendations of the four UK Chief Medical Officers.

From Monday 3 January 2022, 12-15 year olds are eligible to receive a second dose. Those eligible will receive a letter with appointment details.

About your COVID vaccination appointment

Attending your appointment

On the day of your appointment

  • Please arrive as close to your appointment time as possible. This will help avoid queues and issues with social distancing
  • Please wear a face covering while travelling to and from and during your appointment
  • Use the hand sanitiser provided
  • Please bring your letter, or booking reference numbers if your appointment is at a vaccination centre.

It is extremely important that you do not attend if:

  • You are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms
  • You have tested positive in the last 28 days
  • You are self-isolating as you are a close contact
  • If you are awaiting results of a COVID-19 test.

If you develop symptoms you should self-isolate and reschedule your appointment for after the self-isolation period.

What to do if you need to reschedule your appointment

Appointments are being allocated at the vaccination centre closest to your home postcode.

If you are unable to attend or cannot get to this location, you can change it online at www.nhsinform.scot/covid-19-vaccine/invitations-and-appointments

Or you can call the helpline number to rearrange your appointment 7 days a week, 8.00am to 8.00pm on 0800 030 8013.

Please note this number is for rescheduling appointments only, members of staff on this line are unable to provide an initial appointment date.

Our drop-in service

Our clinics are very busy, so we would like to encourage people to book wherever possible to avoid queuing at clinics.

If you need to book a first appointment, please book here or call the helpline on 0800 030 8013 to make an appointment. Appointments, including same-day appointments, are available at all of our sites.

If you have been unable to attend a booked appointment, even if this was some time ago then you can rearrange your appointment online here:

12-15 year olds are able to attend for their second dose from the 3rd January, 12 weeks or longer since their first.

Drop-ins are open to those:

  • Who have not had a first dose of vaccine;
  • Who have waited over 8 weeks for their second dose (if 18 or older);
  • Who have waited over 12 weeks for their second dose (if aged 12 to 17)
  • Are aged 16 and over and have not had a booster dose 12 weeks after their second.

Those eligible for one booster dose are:

  • Anyone aged 16 and over;
  • children and young people aged 12 to 15 years who are severely immunosuppressed and who have had a third primary dose;
  • children and young people aged 12 to 15 who are in an identified clinical risk group or who are a household contact of someone who is immunosuppressed.

Boosters will only be given 12 weeks after the previous dose. This should be taken into account when making an appointment.

Those eligible for a second booster are:

  • Those who will be 75 years old by 30/6/2022;
  • Some adults in identified clinical risk groups.

Appointments for second boosters will be issued by letter.

For full information see The coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine (nhsinform.scot)

Drop-In Vaccination Clinics

Drop in for your COVID Vaccination

Our clinics are very busy, so we would like to encourage people to book wherever possible to avoid queuing at clinics.

If you need to book a first appointment, please book here or call the helpline on 0800 030 8013 to make an appointment. Appointments, including same day appointments, are available at all of our sites.

If you have been unable to attend a booked appointment, even if this was some time ago then you can rearrange your appointment online. Rearrange or opt-out of your vaccination appointment | The coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine (nhsinform.scot)

  • If you are over 18 you cannot be vaccinated if you have tested positive for COVID in the last 28 days.
  • If you are under 18 you cannot be vaccinated if you have tested positive for COVID in the last 84 days.

12-15 year olds are able to attend for their second dose from the 3rd January, 12 weeks or longer since their first.

Drop-ins are open to those:

  • Who have not had a first dose of vaccine;
  • Who have waited over 8 weeks for their second dose (if 18 or older);
  • Who have waited over 12 weeks for their second dose (if aged 12 to 17)
  • Are aged 16 and over and have not had a booster dose 12 weeks after their second.

Those eligible for one booster dose are:

  • Anyone aged 16 and over;
  • children and young people aged 12 to 15 years who are severely immunosuppressed and who have had a third primary dose;
  • children and young people aged 12 to 15 who are in an identified clinical risk group or who are a household contact of someone who is immunosuppressed.

Boosters will only be given 12 weeks after the previous dose. This should be taken into account when making an appointment.

For full information see The coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine (nhsinform.scot)

Mobile Vaccination Clinics

Monday 15th August Emirates Arena, 1000 London Road, Glasgow, G40 3HD Open 10.00am until 5.00pm

Tuesday 16th August Glasgow Club Palace of Art, 1121 Paisley Road West, Glasgow, G52 1EQ Open 10.00am until 5.00pm

Wednesday 17th August Scotstoun Stadium, 112 Danes Road, Glasgow, G14 9HD Open 10.00am until 5.00pm

Thursday 18th August Tollcross International Swimming Centre, 350 Wellshot Road, Glasgow, G32 7QR Open 10.00am until 5.00pm

Friday 19th August Barmulloch Community Centre, 46 Wallacewell Quadrant, Glasgow, G21 3PX Open 10.00am until 5.00pm

Drop-In Vaccination Clinics

Wednesday 10th August

Carmichael Hall, Rouken Glen Road, Giffnock, G46 7JS Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Glasgow Central Mosque, 1 Mosque Avenue, G5 9TA Open 9.00am until 3.00pm

Thursday 11th August

Glasgow Central Mosque, 1 Mosque Avenue, G5 9TA Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Milngavie Town Hall, 71 Station Road, G62 8BZ Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Friday 12th August

Renfrew Leisure Centre, Paisley Road, PA4 8JL Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Saturday 13th August

Glasgow Central Mosque, 1 Mosque Avenue, G5 9TA Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Sunday 14th August

Lagoon Leisure Centre, 11 Christie Street, Paisley PA1 1NB Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Monday 15th August

Glasgow Central Mosque, 1 Mosque Avenue, G5 9TA Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Wednesday 17th August

Carmichael Hall, Rouken Glen Road, Giffnock, G46 7JS Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Thursday 18th August

Glasgow Central Mosque, 1 Mosque Avenue, G5 9TA Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Friday 19th August

Kirkintilloch Town Hall, Union Street, G66 1HN Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Partick Burgh Hall, 9 Burgh Hall Street, Glasgow, G11 5LW Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Saturday 20th August

Carmichael Hall, Rouken Glen Road, Giffnock, G46 7JS Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

The Hub Community Centre, 405 Kilbowie Road, Clydebank, G81 2TX Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Sunday 21st August

Lagoon Leisure Centre, 11 Christie Street, Paisley PA1 1NB Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

Port Glasgow Town Hall, Shore Street, PA14 5HD Open 9.00am until 7.00pm

What to expect after your vaccination

The COVID-19 vaccine will be given in two doses. You will be advised when to return for your second dose. It is important to get both doses to protect yourself against COVID-19.

Some people may experience side-effects after getting the vaccine. These are usually mild and may include:

  • Tenderness, swelling and/or redness at the injection site
  • Headache
  • Muscle ache
  • Feeling tired
  • Fever/high temperature (37.8°C or greater).

A less common side effect is swelling of the glands which could start a few days after the vaccine and may last for up to 2 weeks.

This is to be expected and is a sign of the immune system responding to the vaccine.

COVID-19 booster vaccination programme

Update – 30/12/21

Appointments are available to book on line at Login – Customer Service (nhs.scot) or by calling the national helpline on 0800 030 8013.

Appointments are no longer being issued by letter.

If you are over 18 you cannot be vaccinated if you have tested positive for COVID in the last 28 days. If you are under 18 you cannot be vaccinated if you have tested positive for COVID in the last 84 days.

Which vaccine will be administered during the COVID-19 booster vaccination programme?
  • Those eligible will be offered a booster dose of either the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine or Moderna vaccine
  • If for any reason you are not able to have one of those vaccines, you will be offered a dose of AstraZeneca (if you received this vaccine in your primary course)
  • All of these vaccines are safe and highly effective, and the NHS will ensure you are offered a vaccine suitable for you.

Can I choose whether I receive a Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccine?
  • No, but both vaccines are highly effective and provide a strong booster response
  • When you attend your booster vaccination appointment, you will be offered a safe, effective vaccine that has been taken up by millions of people and has saved more than 120,000 lives in England alone
  • If you have any concerns, discuss with your GP or healthcare professional.
The Joint Committee for Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) guidance on boosters positions the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine ahead of the Moderna vaccine, does that mean Moderna is second choice?
  • Both vaccines are safe and very effective and provide high levels of protection
  • The JCVI said people should be offered Pfizer/BioNTech or alternatively Moderna, they did not say one was better than the other. They are both extremely effective vaccines made in a similar way from mRNA technology.
Why is the JCVI recommending a half dose of Moderna?
  • JCVI has reviewed the latest epidemiology of COVID-19 in the UK, mathematical modelling, data on vaccine safety and vaccine effectiveness, and data from trials undertaken to understand the immunological impact of booster vaccinations
  • Data from the COV-BOOST trial indicate that booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines are generally well tolerated and provide a substantial increase in vaccine-induced immune responses
  • In particular, mRNA vaccines (Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna) provide a strong booster effect. These results are consistent with those from other studies that examined the effect of half dose Moderna vaccine following primary courses of full or half doses of Moderna vaccination
  • A half dose of Moderna vaccine is advised over a full dose due to the levels of reactogenicity (common “expected” side-effects) seen following boosting with a full dose within the COV-BOOST trial.
The JCVI has recommended mRNA vaccines as a booster dose – what does this mean for people who can’t have mRNA vaccines?

Where mRNA vaccines cannot be offered e.g. due to contraindication, vaccination with the AstraZeneca vaccine may be considered for those who received AstraZeneca vaccine in their primary course.

If you have not yet received the 1st or 2nd dose of vaccination

For those individuals who declined their vaccination initially or missed their appointment and now wish to be vaccinated, please contact the national helpline on 0800 030 8013 or register online at: nhsinform.scot/vaccineregistration

Vaccination Clinics

The locations of the 19 vaccination clinics in the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde area have been agreed with local authorities and meet a range of criteria to allow vaccinations to be delivered safely and also to be able to accommodate significant numbers of people.

You’ll find a list of the community clinics below or find them on Google Maps.

East Dunbartonshire
  • Milngavie Town Hall: 71 Station Rd, Milngavie, Glasgow G62 8BZ
  • Kirkintilloch Town Hall: Kirkintilloch, Glasgow G66 1HN
Renfrewshire
  • Renfrew Leisure Centre: Paisley Rd, Renfrew PA4 8JL
  • Johnstone Town Hall: 25 Church St, Johnstone, PA5 8EG
  • Lagoon Leisure Centre: 11 Christie St, Paisley, PA1 1NB
East Renfrewshire
  • Carmichael Hall, Giffnock – Eastwood Park, Rouken Glen Rd, Giffnock, Glasgow, G46 7JS
Glasgow City
  • Partick: Partick Burgh Hall, 9 Burgh Hall St, Partick, Glasgow G11 5LW
  • Barmulloch: Community Centre, 46 Wallacewell Quadrant, Glasgow, G21 3PX
  • Glasgow Central Mosque: 1 Mosque Avenue, G5 9TA
  • Easterhouse: Glasgow Club: 12 Auchinlea Rd, Glasgow, G34 9HQ
West Dunbartonshire
  • The Hub, Clydebank: 405 Kilbowie Rd, Clydebank G81 2TX
  • Alexandria Community Centre: Main St, Alexandria, G83 0NU
  • Concord Centre/Denny Centre: Dumbarton – St Mary’s Way, Dumbarton, G82 1LJ
Inverclyde
  • Greenock Town Hall: Cathcart Square, Greenock, PA15 1LS
  • Port Glasgow Town Hall: Shore St, Port Glasgow, PA14 5HD