Growing a Greener Glasgow

News and Events

At South Seeds we have a lot going on – from exciting events to engage the community, new developments within our organisation and good old fashioned hard work to get the gardens growing well. Keep up to date by visiting this page for our latest news, events and opportunities.

Reuse, repair & recycle on the Southside of Glasgow

We have mapped all the reuse, repair and recycling opportunities on the Southside to help residents reduce the amount of waste which goes to landfill. You may be surprised at the range of opportunities, have a look at our reuse repair and recycle map .

Your own growing space in the Southside

Why not apply for a raised bed at the Croft through our adpot-a-growing bed scheme? The closing date for expressing an interests is March 7th.

How we conduct home energy audits

We have made a short film about how we conduct home energy audits.

How to support communities tackle climate change

As the Scottish parliamentary elections draw nearer, we’re keen to share our experience and the lessons learned from working within the community to deliver action and improvement to mitigate climate change and create more resilient communities.

Need advice for keeping warm in your tenement?

South Seeds offers a home energy audit free of charge to residents of Govanhill, Crosshill, Queen’s Park, Strathbungo and East Pollokshields. Simply call our office on 0141 636 3959 and book your energy audit in for a time which suits you.

Interested in getting more involved?

It is local people who shape our direction by letting us know what is needed in the area, participating in our activities and steering us. We would like local people interested in getting more involved to come forward. We need residents to help us devise our plan for the next few years.

We are recruiting for a handyman

Man or woman, we are looking for someone with the skills to install energy saving measures such as draughtproofing around windows or underfloor insulation. If this could be you, call Lucy on 0141 636 3959 or email her on lucy@southseeds.org by 3rd November.