Where is Fuse based?

Fuse is based at 1567-1573 Shettleston Road, Glasgow, G32 9AS.


What are the opening times?

Fuse is open between 9am to 9:30pm, Monday to Friday. With our drop-in clubs being run between 3pm to 9:30pm.  More information on drop ins and our calendar


What activities are on at Fuse?

We are currently running a revised programme due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions as follows:

Junior Club – For children who are in Primary 5 – Primary 7 is on every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 3pm – 5.30pm

Senior Club – for young people who are in S1 – 18 years is on every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Both youth clubs are a drop-in, offering a wide range of fun activities such as arts & crafts, music sessions, gaming, access to the Glasgow Kelvin College IT suite (parental consent required), fitness sessions, cooking sessions or playing pool, darts and board games.

We also have a pilot afterschool programme, providing free afterschool care places to children who are in Primary 4 to Primary 7, from a low-income household, and either a single parent household or a household with 3 or more dependants.


Is there a specific age group for participating in activities at Fuse?

We provision for a large age range with our Junior club being for children who are in Primary 5 to Primary 7 and the Senior club is for young people who are in secondary school from year 1 to 18 years.

We also deliver our Wee Yins programme through all school holidays which is for children who are in Primary 1 to Primary 4.


Is there any services or activities for adults to take part in?

Yes.  We have a new Digital Inclusion project offering support to adults to help develop their digital skills.  We help with things like just how to use a device such as a computer, laptop, tablet or even a phone, getting them used to how to use all of the different functions, connecting to the internet and the benefits of going online such as helping with seeking employment, creating a CV, shopping online, banking, connecting with family or friends on social media or using Skype.

We also provide a referral-based employability service for 16-24-year olds who are looking to develop their employability skills.


How can I find out more about the different programmes and activities happening at Fuse?

Check out the programmes tab on here, this will give you a description of each of the programmes and activities, however we are constantly adapting and improving so if you wish to contact us you can do this in a number of ways as follows:

  • Call us directly on 0141 778 4477 or,
  • Email us on
  • complete our you can find out more information by contacting us through our contact form and selecting the programme you are enquiring about within the drop-down menu
  • go to our social media pages here:


How can my child take part in the activities at Fuse?

Simple, just pop in to Fuse anytime between 9am and 5.30pm and a member of our team will help you complete a Participation Form.  We need important information from a parent or guardian to ensure your child can safely participate in activities.  If your child wishes to use a computer in the IT suite then an additional Glasgow Kelvin College enrolment form will need to be completed too.  Our staff can help you with this.


Can I book a room at Fuse for training, an event or conference?

Yes.  Click on the ‘Contact us’ section on here for the different types of rooms available and prices and if you wish, you can complete a booking form in this section too!


Can I volunteer at Fuse?

Yes.  Please select the volunteer programme from the drop-down menu in the contact form and our Volunteer Coordinator will be in touch.


How much does it cost to attend junior/senior sessions?

Nothing. Most of the activities provided by Fuse are funded by grants and trusts, all we ask is that you keep us updated with any changes to the personal information we gathered on the participation form you completed with us on your first visit.