We help schools, communities and local authorities to encourage healthy eating, a sense of community and local food growing .

 

Glasgow City Council, Education, Social Work, and Land Services

Edinburgh City Council. Parks and communities,

Dundee City Council, Tayside Biodiversity Partnership.

Yorkhill Hospital, Glasgow

Glasgow Children Garden

Children’s Inclusion Partnership, Possil

Casseltoun Housing Association, Castlemilk

Dowanhill Primary,

Hillhead Primary

Broomlea Primary

Oakgrove

Cranhill Primary school

Belhaven Nursery

Cadder Primary School

Kings Park Primary Hyndland Primary

Kelvindale Primary

Hillhead High School.

Notre Dame

St Kevins Primary

KelvinClyde Greenspace

Our philosophy is to help make it happen.

We encourage local groups to seek funding  and we can support this, and provide a range of other support.

We are keen on self help, and will train and facilitate learning so that in time, groups can take on and manage their own growing spaces, with support as necessary.

We are happy to discuss your training needs and to provide bespoke and affordable training, as needed. 

We have supported the following groups with healthy eating and fun events

The Waterways Trust                 Impact Arts

The Hidden Gardens,                 Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Saracen St Primary,                     Toryglen gardening club,

Soil Association Scotland            Many schools and community groups

Castletoun Trust, Castlemilk        GRAND - Health Promotion Glasgow


We ‘d like to thank all the volunteers, individual, or from groups, landowners funders, supporters, enthusiasts and of course children who make it possible!


 

We have helped the following groups to develop orchards and gardens for children

Linn Park Adventure playground

Queens Park, Glasgow

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Kelvin Walkway Glasgow

Hampden School and Toryglen Gardening Club

BTCV

St Josephs Primary,

And many more....