• Members

Our members include organisations and individuals across Glasgow with an interest in better food for our city. You can select categories of interest or search for specific words and phrases using the Search bar.

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Dennistoun Diggers

Dennistoun Community Garden
Dennistoun Diggers is a small community garden in the heart of Glasgow's east end which has been running for over 10 years. We've recently moved to a new location and are looking for new members to help us grow.
140 Finlay Drive, Glasgow, G31 2SB.

Enable Glasgow - Fortune Works

Fortune Works
ENABLE Glasgow aims to empower people with a learning disability to get the most from life. The Fortune Works service in Drumchapel, Glasgow is one of Scotland’s largest social enterprises for people with learning disability, offering the opportunity to train for work, and make a valued and useful economic contribution to the community. It provides a full-time 9am-4pm five - day programme and offers a diversity of training opportunities with a focus on personal and social development. We also maintain close working links with local Colleges of Further Education, Glasgow Health & Social Care Partnership, and many local community development organisations.

Glasgow Apple Pressing

Glasgow Apple Pressing
Providing a free public service every Autumn for the people of Glasgow and beyond. We are all volunteers who support people to make use of the yearly apple glut, to share their bounty, and enjoy making local diy food and drink.
no permanent address - we just doing community events, Glasgow, G20 0LF.

Glasgow Food Policy Partnership (GFPP)

Partnership Organisation overseeing the delivery of the Glasgow City Food Plan
GFPP is a group of public, private and voluntary sector organisations who have come together with one specific objective. We believe that a fairer, healthier, more sustainable and resilient food system would make Glasgow an even better city to live in. We want #GoodFoodForAll and we believe that together we can make it happen. We define ‘good food’ as food that is: vital to the quality of people’s lives in Glasgow. As well as being tasty, healthy, accessible and affordable, our food should be good for the planet, good for workers, good for local businesses and good for animal welfare. Everyone should know where their food comes from, and everyone should understand and celebrate the exciting variety of fresh, nutritious and affordable food available right on their doorstep. We care passionately about our communities, your well-being, and our environment.
c/o GCPH, Third Floor, Olympia Building, Bridgeton Cross , Glasgow, G40 2QH .


Sustainable food and farming education and development
Propagate works in partnership with with a broad range of organisations to organise and deliver community, local and sustainable food projects. This includes (but is not limited to): - Helping set up and establish community gardens and growing spaces, or increasing organic growing skills - Supporting fair and equal access to good food, for example through establishing community food shops and food hubs - Facilitating projects that increase knowledge and understanding of sustainable food and farming, agroecology and food sovereignty - Developing networks that build capacity & resilience involving a range of actors and stakeholders in the food system

Carntyne & Cranhill Parish Church Young at Heart Project

Carntyne & Cranhill Parish Church Lunch Club
The Lunch Club runs every week on Fridays at 12noon. A two course meal is served, followed by tea or coffee and a biscuit. The lunch is aimed at older people who live on their own and are at risk of social isolation but no-one is turned away. There is a charge of £3.90. The lunches are provided by the school meal service.
Carntyne & Cranhill Parish Church 358 Carntynehall Road , Glasgow, G32 6LW.

Good Food Scotland

Good Food Scotland Larder network
Good Food Scotland runs a network of affordable food spaces (Larders) across Glasgow. Members can purchase a wide range of chilled, frozen, dry and fresh food items as well as a huge variety of toiletries and household items, with the total bill costing 30-40% cheaper than the RRP. There is no limit on how much members can purchase, no referral required, and no waiting list. Membership is £1 per month and open to anyone who needs an extra hand with their shopping. We accept cash or card at all locations. GFS currently runs 6 larders: Kennishead Larder: Tues 10-1 / Wed 10-1pm. 60 Kennishead Ave, Thornliebank, Glasgow G46 8RN Toryglen Larder: Thu 10-1pm. Cornerstone Community Hall, 22 Glenmore Avenue, G42 0DL Sandyhills Larder: Wed 10-1 / Thu 2-5pm. 20 Balbeggie Street, G32 9HQ Linthouse Larder: Tues 10-1pm. 1 Cressy Street, G51 4RB Cardonald Larder: Tues 10-1 / Thu 3.30-6pm. 12 Swinton Place, Cardonald, G52 2EA Threehills Larder: Wed 10.30-1pm. 415 Nitshill Rd, G53 7BN For any further questions please contact [email protected] or 07719053552

St Paul's Youth Forum

Blackhill's Growing
We are a community based food project working in North East Glasgow. Our mission is to bring people together through growing, cooking and eating good food. We run a community garden, cooking club, weekly community meals, and a free community larder. We also work in partnership with a range of education providers to deliver cooking and growing workshops with local young people.
30 Langdale Street, Provanmill , Glasgow, G33 1DL.

Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust

The Nolly Cafe
Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust are very proud to welcome you to our very first in-house café. Whether you are popping in for refreshments after a gym session, taking a pit stop when walking along the canal or just having a rest after checking out our latest exhibition, we can’t wait to welcome you to your Maryhill’s community café. The café name was one of many suggested from members of our local community, and was finally chosen after a public vote in 2022. ‘Nolly’ is a local term of affection for the Forth & Clyde Canal, which flows behind our building. All purchases help support the charitable work of Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust.

We Are With You North East Hub

Roots to Recovery
Roots to Recovery is a gardening project set up by the North East Recovery to allow our clients access to a growing space in the East. We are based at Elcho Gardens in the Calton and meet every Thursday morning. We have access to 6 raised beds and a few large barrels and have been growing a range of vegetables.
Millroad Drive, Calton, East end, G40 2HG.