ALISS in Wowland Community Drop-Ins

Published: 16 February 2024

Pop in every third Friday of the month 11am-1pm to learn how to use ALISS (A Local Information System for Scotland) Next drop-in 19th April

In our Hub consultation, 'Information about health and wellbeing services in communities' was one of the top priorities for participants who also identified the issue of 'digital exclusion in some areas and among some groups', therefore felt that having a 'drop-in space where people can access information was seen as important'.  We hope this new initiative will respond to that consultation and it will be supported by our free hub laptop loaning.


Byres Community Hub is open to the public and on every third Friday of the Month from 11am – 1pm, Wowers (Weekday Wow Factor members) and student volunteers will be on hand for some tea and chat and to help you to find activities in your local area that you might be interested to try.


ALISS (A Local Information System for Scotland) is a national, digital system that helps communities work together to find and share information about local groups, organisations, activities and services that can support health and wellbeing. ALISS is funded by the Scottish Government and managed by the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE) so is completely free to use for anyone wishing to add or search for information.  Our volunteers will help you to navigate this database at these community drop-in sessions.


The logo for ALISS

Weekday WOW Factor's logo

First published: 16 February 2024

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