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.
Can you identify common southside weeds?
Here are pictures of five of the most common weeds found on Glasgow’s southside. Do you recognise them?
Recruiting for two new posts
South Seeds is recruiting for two part time posts, a business development officer and a waste officer, which will contribute to growing a diversifying the organisation.
Looking for sessional gardeners to join our team
We are looking for confident gardeners, who also have experience of working with people, to join our pool of paid sessional gardeners. We need people who can work between 3 and 8 hours of work per week, over the summer.
Part time energy officers required
South Seeds is working collaboratively with Govanhill Housing Association and the local community development trust to support Govanhill residents to improve their circumstances. South Seeds is looking for two part time energy officers, one for 22 hours per week and one for 15 hours per week to deliver this project.
Want to adopt-a-bed at the Croft?
Calling all aspiring veg growers: it’s that time of year again when we launch our adopt-a-raised-bed scheme at the Croft – a beautiful community garden next to Queen’s Park recreation ground.
How to save energy
At South Seeds we have a number of ‘how to’ factsheets to help you understand what can be done to save energy.
Toasty tenements with the South Seeds handymen!
You will have noticed that the nights are getting darker, the weather dreicher and there is a definite chill in the air. This is a good time of the year to make sure you and your home are in tip top condition and get ready for winter.
Shortlisted for the Nature of Scotland Award
South Seeds is delighted to be nominated for the Nature of Scotland award for building the Croft, a beautiful community garden in the heart of the city.