Just as an update to that, The Electron Club is a member of the CCA - They rent out the space they have. The calendar is available online, and means you can see what days are available to hold classes.
Without looking to hijack any ideas, It may be beneficial to start off in here, maybe once a month. Its central in Glasgow, about a 10 minute walk away from both Glasgow Queen Street (for the Northers!), and Glasgow Central (for the Southers). Charing Cross train station is about 5 minutes away (For East coasters). Once a month would be pretty good to begin with, as travel costs should really cost that much.
If it proves popular, you could then diversify into separate groups.
For kids, I think its worthwhile having adults who read from the same book if you like to get a better understanding of the technology, and how other people are or will be using it. This way a kid in Aberdeen is taught the same way a kid in Glasgow might.
Again, these are just my own thoughts, and I don't want to cut any body else's grass, but Im more than happy to help and make contact with a few people.
My skill level? I can solder. And figure out how to copy and paste code.
I know my way about basic electronics, but I figure if at least a few people turn up, you're bound to learn something.
What do you guy's and gals think?