Urban Growing Open Day!

30apr10:00 am4:00 pmUrban Growing Open Day!Glasgow's brightest growing spaces open their gates to welcome you!Various - See Event Details10:00 am - 4:00 pm OrganiserFood and Climate Action (GCFN)Event TypeCultural, Arts & Social,OutdoorThemeFood & Agriculture,Nature & Biodiversity,Networking & Community Engagement

Event Details

Ever wondered what you can grow in Glasgow and where you could grow it? Join us in one of Glasgow’s many growing spaces to discover the different projects happening around you.

Venues taking part:

Wash House Garden 10am – 11am – A market garden in the Eastend of Glasgow providing veg boxes to the community as well as providing to local restaurants and cafes. 136 Tollcross Road G314XA

Growchapel (time tbc) – Community garden and allotment plots in Drumchapel. Opposite 78 Halgreen Avenue G15 8AB

Malls Mire (Urban Roots) (time tbc) – An organic community garden in the southside of Glasgow

St Paul’s Youth Forum (1pm – 3pm)– A young people’s community growing project in the north east of Glasgow. 44 Greenrig St G33 1DL

Woodlands Community Garden (1pm – 3pm) – A community garden in the westend. (Join them a wee bit earlier for their Anti-Racist Cafe from 11am – 1pm) between 91 and 117 West Prince’s St G4 9BY

Kelvinside Allotments (time tbc) – Allotment plots in the heart of Glasgow’s westend

Talks will be at different times for each site, but generally between 10am and 4pm. Please feel free to book tours at multiple sites and hear a variety of stories! The tours will occur in an outdoor setting, please dress appropriately for the weather. We ask that everyone maintains social distancing throughout. If you have questions about accessibility please email [email protected]

The Food & Climate Action project is funded by The National Lottery Climate Action Fund.


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(Sunday) 10:00 am - 4:00 pm


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Food and Climate Action (GCFN)

Based on years of collaborative action in Glasgow and beyond, the Food & Climate Action project aims to work alongside local communities to co-create a more resilient food system that is fairer and kinder to both people and the planet. Led by Glasgow Community Food Network and funded by the National Lottery, the 2-year project is a partnership between Urban Roots, Glasgow Eco Trust, The Space, St Paul’s Youth Forum and Central & West Integration Network.
Glasgow Community Food Network Kinning Park Complex, 43 Cornwall St Glasgow G41 1BA

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