1. August 14, 2023

    Six Questions from Greencity with Tarbert Soup Group

    We were recently contacted by Heather who runs a small charity in Tarbert called Tarbert Soup Group. She had heard from one of our founding members that we sometimes have surplus food stuffs and very politely requested if we could send some her way. We were very happy to be able to give our entire monthly

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  2. June 14, 2023

    Six Questions from Greencity with EATS Rosyth

    EATS Rosyth was founded in 2016, with the aim of supporting the local community by improving food education and reducing waste. Consisting of the Community Garden and Centenary Orchard, EATS is a project encouraging people to get involved in making the town (and world!) a better place. The new EATS Rosyth

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  3. May 19, 2023

    Greencity Q&A with Bonjour

    Bonjour first opened its doors on 5th June 2021 in the Saltmarket area of Glasgow. Bringing a fresh perspective to Glasgow's Queer nightlife scene, they're a club, events, and community space that

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  4. March 10, 2023

    Six Questions from Greencity with Refuweegee

    This month we decided to make our donation to a Glaswegian charity responsible for giving displaced people from all over the world that warm welcome that Glasgow is so well known for. As it happens the majority of Greencity members were not actually born in Glasgow but have chosen to make it their home

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  5. November 14, 2022

    Six Questions from Greencity with The Good Food Project

    The Good Food Project launched earlier this year as a group purchasing initiative for people across the UK to buy ethically-sourced food as well as safer and better quality household cleaning and personal care products. Their aim is to leverage combined purchasing power to negotiate the best deals and

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  6. September 08, 2022

    Six Questions from Greencity with Glasgow Food Not Bombs

    We were delighted to make our monthly donation to Glasgow Food Not Bombs this month. They’re a group who we really admire with their no nonsense approach to giving away free vegan food to anybody who needs or wants it. The group answered 6 questions to help us learn a little bit more about what they s

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  7. July 08, 2022

    Six Questions from Greencity with The Drill Hall Pantry

    The Drill Hall Pantry in Parkhead is a charity that allows its members access to good food at minimum cost. You can find the pantry within a beautiful old schoolhouse, a stones throw from Greencity HQ, where it is run by a social enterprise called Unity. They organise all sorts of initiatives to encourage

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  8. December 20, 2021

    Six Questions from Greencity with Unity Grill

    We had the great pleasure of catching up with Angela McNay from Unity Grill in Ayr, the town’s first social restaurant. They are tackling hunger and food poverty through their social enterprise, operating on a simple but effective concept: those who can afford to, pay the prices on the menu, and those t

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  9. October 07, 2021

    Six Questions from Greencity with Baltic Street Adventure Playground

    Some of our members had the pleasure of visiting the good folk of Baltic Street Adventure Playground in Dalmarnock this week. What started out as safe play space for local kids has evolved into so much more than that - they now have among other things a petting zoo, a kitchen to cook free, healthy food

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