Helping the Homeless The Wayside Club Centre
   32 Midland Street
    Glasgow G1 4PR  
       Telphone Number: 0141-221-0169
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The Wayside was established in 1932 to meet the needs

of the homeless and those suffering from hardship and addiction to alcohol.

It is operated by the Legion of Mary a Catholic Lay Organisation and helpers from

other religions and none.

It provides a warm,friendly and safe environment every evening throughout the year,

Holidays included for up to 100 adults(200 for Christmas Dinner).


                 What's Available

Those attending are offered warm food and non alcoholic drinks .

Sandwiches are also on offer supplied  by the generosity of Pret A Manger and

cakes donated by Lightbody.

Shaving, showering and foot baths are available and even a free game of Bingo

is thrown in for some light relief.

A small library and First Aid room is located on the first and second Floor.

Private rooms are there for quiet chat or contact with other friends and outside

Agencies for further help.
Open every evening.

Free Food

Advice

Showering  and Shaving Facilities

Open Saturday Afternoons from 1:00 p.m.
It’s Easier to Go Down Than Up!
      Who Uses The Wayside


The Wayside exists to help those in need. We do not judge or condemn

anyone no matter what the problem is or what their past has been.

we listen, comfort, give advice if required and try to assist in progressing

to a more hopeful future but mainly to gain their friendship and trust.

Originally homelessness and abuse of alcohol were the main problems.

Today we also have serious addiction to drugs and the ever increasing

numbers of men from all over the world coming to Glasgow looking for work

or to avoid political strife in their own country.

We turn away no one unless they are intoxicated.    
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