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About Us Glasgow Community Food Network was established in 2017 to bring together practitioners and organisations in the private, public and third sectors along with other interested individuals to develop a flourishing food system in Glasgow.
News/Blog News about blogs about our Members and their work
Projects Reports on work we've done and are doing
Veg Cities Glasgow Veg Cities – a National Campaign to grow, cook, sell and save more vegetables
Roots To Market Roots To Market: Towards a sustainable local food economy in Glasgow (May 2018)
Chef's Challenge 2019 GCFN's annual friendly competition challenging Glasgow's chefs to cook the best meal with locally grown veg.
Glasgow Seed Library Glasgow Seed Library is a collaborative project, instigated by Glasgow Community Food Network (GCFN) and the Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow (CCA)
Seasonal Networking Events We hold seasonal networking events where members share a meal and learn more about each other’s work.
Glasgow City Food Plan Glasgow City food Plan is a collaborative work in progress that aims to shape Glasgow's Food System to something more sustainable, healthy and equitable - we'd like to hear what you think.


Supper Club - Fortnightly an intergenerational cooking club - fortnightly
How To Grow Course: Wednesday Evenings Join us as we learn how to grow with a no-dig method, all the way from planning to harvesting. The course will be hands on, in the mud, at the Wash House Garden.
Beginners Learn to Grow course - Saturdays Join us as we learn how to grow with a no-dig method, all the way from planning to harvesting. The course will be hands on, in the mud, at the Wash House Garden.
Summer Wild Foods with Jemima Hall: Beginners Foraging Walk Join the food and climate action project and artist & forager, Jemima Hall, for an afternoon of Spring foraging in the East of Glasgow.
Forage and Feast with Jemima Hall Join the food and climate action project and artist & forager, Jemima Hall, for an afternoon of foraging and tasting in the East of Glasgow.
Composting for the Future Masterclass 2/5 Managing food waste at scale: Inspiration from two countries

GCFN Members

Judy Wilkinson

Skills and resources I/we can share: Visits to my allotment
Skills and resources I/we need.:

People Without Labels

Creative hub, Studio Spaces, Workshops and Events
We are proud to be a charity that is accessible to all, and free from judgement or discrimination. All our Trustees come from varied backgrounds, with 75% from the local area. Our vision is to support people to flourish and realise their full potential by creating an environment for creative and recreational events. All our activities are accessible, not just physically but financially and democratically. All revenue is reinvested back into the charity to provide services tackling poverty and social isolation in the community.
257 London Road, Glasgow, G40 1PE.

Elderpark Housing

Food project link
we work with many community food projects and programms and want to support the community to do more

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 .

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.

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.

The Wash House Garden

Gardening Volunteer Sessions
We run gardening volunteer sessions, open to all. Friendly and relaxed environment and no prior skills required! March - November: every Monday and Thursday 11am - 4pm November - February: monthly sessions, dates vary. Best to check our website or social media or email us at [email protected] to check! We usually have an optional shared potluck lunch around 1pm at our volunteering sessions. Bring a dish to share or if it feels more comfortable to you, you can just bring lunch for yourself. :)

Gathering Ground CIC

Gathering Ground CIC
Gathering Ground is a local food led community space and café. Our purpose is to create gathering spaces that use food as a platform to impact the community, build connections & inspire people to engage with good food. Food is our connector to the local & wider community. Our workshops & events promote sharing skills, showcase cultures & positively effect lives. Gathering Ground is a non-profit organisation & registered Community Interest Company

Urban Roots

Urban Roots
Urban Roots is a community led environmental charity working across the Southside of Glasgow. We empower local people to make choices and lifestyle changes that are beneficial for them, their communities and the environment.

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.