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Getting to our centre

The Rosey Project is based at Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis. We are on the fifth floor at 30 Bell Street. There is an old style manual lift to get into the building: if you feel nervous about this, you can let us know and we will come down to meet you.

getting to our centre

Getting here by Bus

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis is centrally located and there are many bus stops nearby. You can get the 60A, 240, 2, 18, 263,255, 61, 64 and 240 to the Trongate; and the 324, 328, 844, 804, 331, 376, 325, 802 to High Street. These are the closest bus stops, but any bus that is going into town will take you quite close to our centre.

Information on First Bus accessibility is here.

Getting here by Train

Argyll Street low level train station is 0.3 miles away from the Centre. This train station has no wheelchair access. Alternatively, Central Station is 0.6 miles away and is wheelchair accessible, access to induction loop systems but has no accessible toilet. Queen Street Station is 0.5 miles away is away and is wheelchair accessible, but has no accessible toilet.

If you need assistance getting on and off the train you can find out more here.

Getting Here by Subway

St Enoch Subway Station is 0.5 miles away.

Information about the accessibility of subway stations is available here.

Getting Here by Car

There are some disabled parking spaces available on Bell Street, on the corner with Albion Street. There is on street parking available on Bell Street which can be used for free by Blue Badge holders and is pay and display for other users. The is additionally an NCP car park at King Street.

heart of the centre

Travel Expenses

We can provide travel expenses up to the price of a day ticket on the bus - £4.50.

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Find out more

For more information, you can visit the Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis website.

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