Soft fruit in Crosshill
Today some volunteers from Agnew Lane planted gooseberry and red current bushes in planters at Crosshill Railway station.
Media coverage of bulldozed Agnew Lane
Articles in the Daily Record, The Glasgow Evening Times and the Guardian.
On behalf of South Seeds, we are very sorry to announce that our community garden site at Agnew Lane has been demolished. This is a real blow to everyone who has been involved with the project over the years. Agnew Lane Community Garden was one of the very first projects undertaken by South Seeds, back […]
Chimney balloons and Victorian tenements
Victorian tenements are full of fireplaces connected to chimneys; in the living room, in bedrooms and sometimes even in the kitchen. As the weather gets colder, the warm air generated by central heating is sucked out of the chimney flue. A chimney balloon would stop warm air escaping up the chimney and stop cold draughts […]
South Seeds wins prestigious Saltire Society Award for Innovation
The Award was for its Energy Snapshot project, an innovative approach to mapping and then tackling energy inefficiency in homes in the southside of Glasgow.
We win a Saltire Society Innovation Award
South Seeds were delighted to be awarded the Saltire Society’s Innovation Award at the Lighthouse today.
Growing food in Govanhill
Like many hidden spaces in Govanhill, the space behind the back courts of Dixon Avenue and Langside Road was full of dumped rubbish and windblown litter. However when Robin Ashton, South Seeds Community Development and Growing Officer saw the site in February this year he immediately saw the potential of a South West facing space […]
South Seeds nominated for the Saltire Society Innovation award
South Seeds are delighted that the Energy Snapshot report we published earlier this year has been nominated for the Saltire Society’s Innovation award. See all the nominations here: www.saltiresociety.org.uk/awards/architecture/housing-design.