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.
South Seeds energy-saving handyman service
South Seeds energy-saving handyman service helps solve common energy issues found in Victorian tenements on Glasgow’s southside, such as: draughty windows and doors, clothes taking ages to dry and warm air disappearing up open chimneys.
DIY sessions popular
South Seeds Saturday January DIY sessions have attracted southside residents to give power tools a go.
Basic information about electricity and gas in the home
These days nearly everyone needs some power in their home whether it is simply an electricity account or both electricity and gas. Basic information, which is not from a commercial supplier trying to get your business, can be hard to find. We have created a handy leaflet
DIY sessions every Saturday in January
Southside Tool Library is running drop-in DIY sessions every Saturday this January, anyone can come in and learn how to use a few basic power tools such as saws, sanders, and drills.
South Seeds support during colder months
At South Seeds we can help you prepare for cold weather. We know how to help you reduce your energy use and stay warm in your home, over these colder months.
Waste officer (maternity cover) wanted
We are looking for someone who is available for 3 month’s work managing the Southside Tool Library.
Warm home discount payments
The warm home discount is a payment from your energy provider. Find out if you are eligible for the £140 payment towards your energy bill by popping in to South Seeds with information about who your energy provider is.
Money saving winter preparations
With the nights getting longer and the days getting colder, how will you get your home ready for winter? In particular, after the clocks go back in October, you may find that you need to use more energy to heat and light your home in the evening.