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1002, 2017

Let’s Cook, Grow & Sew Together featured on Keep Scotland Beautiful

West of Scotland Regional Equality Council (WSREC) were awarded a grant from the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) grant to run Let's Cook, Grow and Sew Together.  The project helps ethnic minority communities across the West of Scotland to increase home energy efficiency, grow local produce and reduce the amount of food and household items being sent to landfill. You can view a downloadable

902, 2017

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Let’s Cook Grow & Sew Together participated in a food waste competition late last year. I am very excited to announce that the project’ staff and our colleagues hard work has resulted in us being one of the finalists in this competition. The competition is called REFRESH FOOD WASTE contest.  The Public Award winner will join two winners selected by the jury and will have the opportunity to present

1312, 2016

Winter is for DIY

Guess what? We have 3 MILLION PALLETS* *exaggeration possible It's no secret that pallets are a creative, sustainable gardener's dream item, given their versatility, sturdiness and general ability to be freely sourced from factory backyards everywhere. We have been using them to build planters for next season, our goal being to increase square-footage by THREE MILLION* before the end of January. We would like to sincerely thank Gregor & Co

209, 2016

Coming up : WILDFEST at Napiershall St Garden

Napiershall Street Garden Open Day & Glasgow Wildfest We will be celebrating all things wild at Napiershall St Garden on Thu 29th September, 2pm – 6pm Let’s Cook, Grow & Sew Together will be working with RSPB to bring a variety of  nature, gardening and wildlife related activities together, free for all! Including; herbal tea tasting – windowsill gardening – free vegetable seedlings – garden tours – wildlife area creation

305, 2016

News and Upcoming Events!

Well, it's safe to say the weather has been... interesting... for the past month or so. We can't fail to notice the blistering sun one second, hailstones the next, which can throw a spanner in the workshops. But! Between running back and forth from the cozy learning zone and the garden, we've managed to plant, wait for it... beetroots, squash, courgettes, peas, spinach, broad beans, pak choi, lettuce, cayenne pepper, basil,