Our contact details 

The National Autistic Society Scotland
Central Chambers
1st Floor
109 Hope Street
Glasgow
G2 6LL

Tel: +44 (0)141 221 8090
Fax: +44 (0)141 221 8118
Email: scotland@nas.org.uk 

How to find us

Become a member of The National Autistic Society 

We have a growing community of over 1,000 members in Scotland. As a member of our charity, you'll play a vital part in the work we do, helping us to campaign for the rights of autistic people, their families and friends. Our package of benefits includes our quarterly members' magazine − Your Autism Magazine, packed full of autism news, advice and information. To become a member, call our Supporter Care team on 0808 800 1050.

We also produce News and views, our newsletter about our autism community in Scotland twice a year. You can download the lastest newsletter for free.

 

How to find us

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Our main Scotland office is on the first floor of Central Chambers, 109 Hope Street, Glasgow G2 6LL. If you have access requirements, please contact reception on 0141 221 8090.

By train:

Glasgow Central is the nearest station. Take the Hope Street exit. Central Chambers is on the opposite side of the road, to the left of a bar called Ad Lib.

By subway:

Argyle Street is the nearest station. Exit on to Argyle Street, turn left and walk towards Glasgow Central Station. Take the third turning on the right (after Glasgow Central Station) to Hope Street. Central Chambers is two blocks up, to the left of a bar called Ad Lib.

From Glasgow Airport:

Taxi

Airport taxis are available 24 hours a day to any destination and any distance. The taxi fare from Glasgow Airport to Glasgow City Centre is approximately £18 - £20, depending on traffic volume.

Bus

The Glasgow Airport Express service is operated by First Glasgow. The journey takes 15 minutes.

From the airport, catch the Airport Express from stance 1 and get off at the Bothwell Street/Hope Street stop.