Posts Tagged: 'Southside'
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.
Development of a community asset on Glasgow’s southside
We asked local residents what they wanted from a community asset and we looked about at all the possible vacant units and land which could be converted in to a community asset. Our findings are in the report.
How we work in residents’ homes
At South Seeds we have conducted hundreds of home energy audits to support residents to reduce their energy bills and stay warm in their homes. We regard it as a privilege to be let in to residents’ homes and we take that responsibility seriously. This is how our staff arrange and carry out home visits.
We can cut the grass of a standard size tenement backcourt for £24. If you are looking for something cheaper, why not rent out manual lawn mower for £10 per day.
Recruiting for an energy officer
We are looking for someone who understands how energy works in the home and has a good manner with people, to join our team as a part time energy officer.
Annual General Meeting
South Seeds is a charity and therefore it has members who meet formally once a year to set the direction of the organisation, at an annual general meeting. This year the AGM will be on Thursday 25 May at 7pm in the South Seeds’ brand new office on Victoria Road.
New southside composting facilities
Ever wondered how your potato peelings could help change the world? Wonder no more! You can help create compost by taking them, as well as your other vegetable peelings, tea bags, coffee grounds and even cardboard egg boxes, to South Seeds’ brand new composting hub at Queen’s Drive Lane community garden.