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Welcome to Clyde Shopmobility.

In West Dunbartonshire we take pride in our efforts to involve all sections of our community.

Clyde Shopmobility is here to help you get around town by providing mobility equipment, such as motorised scooters and wheelchairs.

It is available to anyone, who because of illness, accident, injuries or disability, has difficulty getting around.  We also provide ‘sighted guides’ for those with visual impairment. Shopmobility is now available in Clydebank Shopping Centre, and in Alexandria.


We now have a range of mobility scooters available for your use.

You will be trained on how to safely use the equipment, you can then have use of the scooter to go shopping within all areas of the Clydebank Shopping Centre, or in Alexandria.

Other Services

Sighted Guide Service

Sighted guide technique enables a person who is blind or visually impaired to use a person with sight as a guide.

We provide this service to all members who are visually impaired.  Call for more information.


If you need a wheelchair to get around we can supply that too.  We have both self propelled wheelchairs and a powered wheelchair.

Accessing shops, amenities and services is a fundamental right of all individuals living in our local community.  

Our charity is supported by West Dunbartonshire Council, The West Dunbartonshire Change Fund, The Voluntary Action Fund, The Lottery, Comic Relief, and Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

Clyde Shopmobility aims to ensure all of our community can fully access shops, facilities and amenities.  Give us a call or just drop into the project and have a chat with our friendly staff and volunteers.

Our office contact numbers are: -

Clydebank 0141 952 1578

Alexandria 01389 758063

Or email us at: -

Opening Hours  

In Clydebank we provide access to our service Monday to Saturday between 10.00am and 4.00pm

In Alexandria we provide access to our service Monday to Saturday between 10.00am and 4.00pm

To start using Clyde Shopmobility just follow these simple steps:

Book your equipment or guide

To ensure availability we have introduced a booking system.
Simply call
0141 952 1578 with the time and date you want to come to the shopping centre. Or call 01389 758063 for our Alexandria branch


Before you dash off on your scooter/wheelchair, you will first need to register with us and pay a one off registration fee of £5.00.  This gives access to our service for one year.

Click Here to Download a Registration Form to Complete at Home


To ensure that you are comfortable and confident with your scooter, a member of the team will spend time with you to show you how everything works, and you will be able to have a go in the safety of our practice area.

Our Clydebank project is situated at 22 Alexander Street.  

This is just down the road from Clydebank Railway Station.  

It’s handy for the bus stop and taxi rank too!


Our Alexandria Project is situated at 9 Mitchell Way Alexandria Town Centre

The Balloch Project is located at the Bus Stance in Balloch


West Dunbartonshire Council provides continued support for Clyde Shopmobility.

We receive support from the West Dunbartonshire Change Fund.

We are also supported by Comic Relief

Action on Hearing Loss

Dates: First and third Friday of every month, and the 4th Saturday of each month.

10:00 – 12:00

Minor repairs, ear mould cleaning and battery replacement

Basic training for hearing aid users on maintenance and usage of their hearing aides, and providing advice and support to enable people to make the most of their hearing aid

Please Make a Small Donation

Click Here to Find out More about Volunteering at our Clydebank or Alexandria Project

Funding was recently secured from The Lottery Awards for All Programme

We are working in partnership with Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park to develop services and access routes for mobility equipment.

Funding was recently secured from The Voluntary Action Fund


Spring 2014

Summer 2014

Winter 2014

The Marie Waugh Project

Progress Report

Click Here to Read