Social Media for Social Good – 26th April 2012 – Glasgow
Scotland’s first third sector social media conference – Social Media for Social Good – will take place on 26th April 2012 at The Albany Learning and Conference Centre, Glasgow.
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The Albany Learning and Conference Centre
44 Ashley Street
The Albany Learning and Conference Centre is a short walk from St George’s Cross Underground station.
From the station exit, go straight ahead through the tunnel. Turn left up the stairway on Melrose Street and turn right into Queen’s Crescent. Go on to the junction with West Princes Street, cross the road, turn right and then left into Ashley Street. The Albany is the next block.
Travelling by bus from the City Centre
Numbers 20, 41, 49, 66 go to Great Western Road
Numbers 40, 61 go to Maryhill Road
Number 3 goes to St Georges Rd
Numbers 11, 44 go to Woodlands Road
Travelling by train
From Glasgow Central Station: exit the station onto Union Street and turn right. Turn first left onto Argyle Street. Turn first right into St Enoch Square. St Enoch Underground station is directly in front of you. Take the underground to St George’s Cross station.
From Glasgow Queen Street: take the exit by the main ticket office. Buchanan Street Underground station is slightly to your right in front of you. Take the underground to St George’s Cross station.
Travelling by car
From the M8 Eastbound carriageway take Exit 17 Dumbarton Road A82 and take the left hand lane to Aberfoyle A81.
From the M8 Westbound carriageway look for the sign for Aberfoyle B811 and take Exit 17
The Albany Centre can provide for disabled parking. Street parking is available close to the building and we are close to all major transport systems. We recommend parking at an Underground station and travelling to St George’s Cross station. The nearest public car park is at Kelvinbridge Station. There is also one at Sauchiehall Street Shopping Centre.
If you have accessibility needs please contact us before your arrival. The Albany is fully accessible from Ashley Street where there are disabled parking bays close to the Albany’s main entrance.