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Our group meets on the 2nd Thursday of every month at:-

 

St Francis Xavier’s R C Church Hall (St Martha’s Hall)

1 Hope St, Falkirk FK1 5AT.

 

How to get to our meetings!

 
Travelling by Rail National Rail Enquiry Line: 08457 48 49 50
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Falkirk High Station is on the main Glasgow - Edinburgh line with a 15 minute service between 07:30 and 18:30 (every 30 minutes out with these times. There does not appear to be a bus route nearby, the nearest bus route appears to be the number 17. A taxi from the High Station will cost approximately £4.80.

 

From Falkirk Grahamston Station trains run from Glasgow Edinburgh and Stirling.The hall is only a short walk away depending on the side you come out of the station; there are two routes you may choose. If you come out of the main entrance with the car park to your left you can walk straight ahead onto Meeks Road and head left towards Morrison’s Super market. At the mini roundabout turn left onto Hope Street and the entrance to the Hall is just on the right opposite the petrol station.

 

Alternatively if you come out the station on the opposite side of the platform out to the road at Garrison Place Car Park, turn right onto Garrison road, (you will see the Asda Car Park opposite) head straight ahead towards Falkirk Library the hall is on the right hand side of the library. This is probably the shortest route to the hall.

 

 

To St Francis (St Martha’s hall) Directions from the bus stop at ASDA


Several buses make stops in or near Newmarket Street Falkirk. From The Bus stop at Asda and with Asda and The Royal Bank of Scotland to your left, head straight ahead (west). As you just walk past the end of The Royal Bank of Scotland building, turn right towards hope Street You will see Cuthells & sons across the road. Head along Hope Street towards Falkirk Library and Morrison’s Petrol station the hall is just past the library opposite the Petrol station.
 
Travelling by Car                                                                                             Approx. 14 miles from Stirling, 25 miles from Edinburgh and 25 miles From Glasgow.
 

From Stirling/the North & From Glasgow/the West

Travelling south on the M9, leave at J6 Grangemouth and turn right onto the A905, Glensburgh Road. Turn right ontoGlensburgh Rd/A905 0.4 ml. At the roundabout, take the3rdexit ontoFalkirk Rd/A904. Continue to follow A904. Go through 1 roundabout Continue ontoKerse Lane/A803. Continue to follow A803. Turn right ontoVicar St/A803. At the roundabout, take the1stexit ontoGarrison Pl/A803. Turn right ontoHope St .The hall will be on the left St Francis Xavier’s R C Church (St Martha’s Hall) 1 Hope St, Falkirk FK1 5AT.

 

From Edinburgh/the East

Leave the M9 at junction 5, take the A905 exit to A904/​Falkirk/​Grangemouth

At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A9 Go through 1 roundabout. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on A9 Go through 1 roundabout.

At Westfield Roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Grangemouth Rd/​A904 Continue to follow A904 0.9 ml. Continue onto Kerse Lane/​A803 Continue to follow A803.Turn right onto Vicar St/​A803. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Garrison Pl/​A803 Continue to follow A803. The hall will be on the right St Francis Xavier’s R C Church (St Martha’s Hall) 1 Hope St, Falkirk FK1 5AT.
 
  
 

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The St Francis/St Martha’s Hall is located in the centre of Falkirk, Just round the corner from the main Falkirk Police Station and next to the Falkirk Library. Asda and Morrison’s Super markets are close by. There are good transport links with Bus stops just round the corner and Grahamston station within walking distance.

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There is good parking within the grounds of the hall and there are disabled parking spaces available.

 

There is good parking within the grounds of the hall and there are disabled parking spaces available.

 

 

 
 
 
 
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Group Meeting Place Address :-

St Francis Xavier’s R C Church (St Martha’s Hall)
1 Hope St, Falkirk FK1 5AT
Please note we only meet there on the 2nd Thursday of each month. 
 

 Would you like to become a member of our group.

If you would like to become a member of our group all you need to do is contact Richard, Karen or Janette by clicking on Contacts on the Main Menu and then on either name on the contact page. We will email you a copy of our information pack which includes a copy of our membership form.

The membership fee, is currently £6 per year.

Please include your :-

 Name, email address and type "new member request" & your home town in the meassage box.

If you would like to recieve a copy by post please phone Richard, Karen or Janette, give your contact details and we will post you out a copy.  

 

Falkirk ME Self Help Group have a Facegroup on Facebook.

By clicking on the link above/left you will be navigated to the logon facebook page.

If you are already a member of facebook log on as normal and you will be navigated to our facebook group.

Members of our facebook group will have full access to the group wall etc as per normal.

You can also access your own wall page as well.

If you are not a member of our facebook group, you will be navigated to your own wall area, where you will be able to view info about our facebook group. From there you will be able to ask to join Falkirk ME Self Help Group on Facebook.

 If you are not on Facebook you can sign up to join Facebook on the log on page. 

We now have 70 friends on our Facebook Group, why not take a look and join us!

Please note our Facebook group will soon be changed to a closed group where if not a member you will be able to find us and apply to join us. Once the change is made, only our facebook group members will be able to see posts .

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