Shettleston Community Growing Project

Since opening in 2011, Shettleston Community Growing Project has become a well-established and thriving community food growing project.

People of all ages and abilities come together to learn about growing fruit, herbs and vegetables, including tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, leeks, courgettes, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and much, much more.

tomatoes, potatoes, courgettes and other vegetables

The project is managed by local people and we would like to encourage more local residents to get involved. We're currently (or should that be currantly!) accepting applications from prospective plotholders and Green Volunteers.

To get everybody off to a good start in the new growing season, we will be running a series of food growing and gardening workshops in February and March. Workshops will run over six weeks on Sundays and Tuesdays from 10 - 12, starting Sunday 14th February and Tuesday 16th February.

Contact Marion Bate for further details on becoming a plot holder, taking part in the workshops or volunteering.