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Helensburgh is located in Argyll and Bute, on the Firth of Clyde, not far from the Royal Naval Base at Faslane. The town is situated just outside Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, though Balloch, Luss, Arrochar, Drymen and Balmaha are all within easy reach.
Driving from Glasgow or Paisley, you would come via the Erskine Bridge and either take the A82, along the side of Loch Lomond (you will pass signs for Alexandria and Balloch) or via the A814, through Dumbarton and Cardross. Once in Helensburgh, go to Sinclair St (A818 – the main road cutting up through the middle of town) and follow signs for Helensburgh Cricket and Rugby Club. Lomond School Sports Hall is immediately opposite the Rugby Club.
Lomond School Sports Hall is located approximately 1.2miles from Helensburgh Central Station.
The 316 bus runs every 30 minutes from Helensburgh town centre to a stop on West Kings Street near Ardencaple Crescent. A footpath then takes you up to Rhu Road Higher, near to the Sports Hall (5 minutes walk). The bus also connects the towns and villages around Gareloch including Cove, Kilgreggan and Garelochhead, and goes as far as Coulport.