Glasgow's Golden Generation

Frequently asked questions

 

How can I help?

We need volunteers and befrienders. Whether you can spare a couple of hours or a couple of days, we welcome your support. 
See below in our volunteers and befriending section for further details.

Can I visit a centre?

Yes, we have 3 Day Centres across the city:

The Mattie Carwood Centre at 2 Hallhill Road, Shettleston, Glasgow, G32 0LL – Tel: 0141 766 0000 or email: natalie.stewart@glasgowgg.org.uk
The David Cargill Centre at 166 Ledard Road, Glasgow, G42 9RA – Tel: 0141 632 7391 or email: claire.dick@glasgowgg.org.uk
The Fred Paton Centre, 19 Carrington Street, Glasgow G4 9AJ – Tel: 0141 353 0720 or email: michele.fraserross@glasgowgg.org.uk

What services do you offer?

In addition to our 3 Day Centres, we also have an income maximisation team covering the whole of Glasgow and a city wide befriending service.

Do you support older adults with dementia?

Yes, all our services support older adults living with dementia. Every person wishing to access our services are assessed on an individual basis.

Befriending

What age do you have to be to access the service?

55 years old.

What area do you offer befriending?

We cover the whole of Greater Glasgow.

How much does it cost?

The Befriending Service is completely free of charge.
Give us a call on 0141 221 9924 if you would like to know more or email us at karen.moyes@glasgowgg.org.uk

Clubs and Activities

Where are the clubs?

In and around the Glasgow area. Give us a call on 0141 221 9924 if you would like to know more or email us at: karen.moyes@glasgowgg.org.uk

Who can join the clubs?

Older Adults aged 65+

Any other info you require please contact: 0141 221 9924 or e-mail: mailbox@glasgowgg.org.uk