Glasgow Community Food Initiative is delighted to share with you that we were successful in our "Support and
Connect" Big Lottery Fund application. From May 2014, this funding will help continue and expand our
Healthier Eating Royston Experience (HERE) project. The project aims to address food poverty and create stronger
links between organisations helping people in hardship in Royston by establishing and supporting a local food and financial
inclusion hub in the area.
North Glasgow Community Food Initiative is delighted
to share with you that we were successful with our Climate Challenge Fund application. Our
community-led Milton CRUNCH (Community - Recycling - Upcycling
- Nutritious food - Composting - Health) project, based at the Community Garden in Liddesdale Square, Milton, aims to
reduce carbon emissions and boost health and wellbeing for all ages as people cook and eat healthy food which has been grown
locally. It also aims to cut carbon emissions and waste through both composting and the creation of growing spaces using recycled
- please join NGCFI - no charge!
Our Fruit and Veg Stalls are now registered to accept the Healthy Start Vouchers more information is available
from the Healthy Start Website which is http://www.healthystart.nhs.uk/
Milton Community Garden and Memorial Garden
Update of our plans and progress provided
at Open Meeting 6th March 2013.
One of our wonderful sessional cooks, Sandra Johnston is up Mount Everest
at the moment – at least to base camp. She is raising money for The Buddies Club and Services. Buddies provides community based play / leisure,
social and recreational opportunities for a range of children, young people and adults with disabilities. If you would like to help her see the link below: