Glasgow Eco Trust has been invited to join the REVERB Eco-Village on the Glasgow leg of The 1975 2020 tour at the SSE Hydro on Sunday 1 March.
REVERB is a community of music-makers and music-lovers working together to create a better future for people and the planet through direct action at concerts and beyond. They are joining The 1975 on their 2020 tour to help the band reduce their environmental footprint and create a positive impact for people and the planet.
Social Investment Scotland’s Retail Academy is now open for applications! Having been developed to offer practical insight and knowledge to ambitious product-based social enterprises, it offers the opportunity to meet with retail and corporate buyers, who will provide expert feedback and possibly develop a future buyer-supplier relationship.
To learn more and apply, check out their website. - http://bit.ly/2Oz9Lp9
You are invited to attend the
first “Sustainable Fashion Network” inaugural event on Friday 28th of February, from1600-1900 at ApparelXchange CIC First floor, St. Enoch Shopping
The purpose of this event is to gather designers, makers, crafters, repairers, retailers and reusers in the sustainable fashion sector from Glasgow and across Scotland.
This is a new network and we need you to be part of working out how we can collaborate together. Do we have shared challenges like marketing, reaching customers, retailing and using creative spaces? Would you be interested in finding a solution together?
Revolution and Mairi Lowe will be supporting this event with the latest
campaigns and insightful research which supports the need for us to work closer
together. Plus we need to think COP26 and what we can do together.
Its Friday, so its all about networking and making new connections. There will be drinks and nibbles, so tickets (£5 each) will cover those costs.
For more information please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Kaleyard Cook School & Kitchen's ethos as a community cook school is that 'Cooking food from scratch can change your life'.
They offer free funded community cookery classes that help you plan, budget and cook simple healthy family food.
Please do come and cook with them in their cosy welcoming kitchen and connect with others while you cook, eat and share delicious food for free.
They aim to help dispel social isolation through cooking and eating together. They hope to build stronger communities by empowering people with the skills to cook simple healthy food from scratch.
Sign up for their events below:
Comfort Food on a Budget - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/93065821377
Curry In a Hurry (and on a Budget) - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/93063396123
Heal Your Heart Through Food - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/93060870569
Pasta From Scratch - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/93064764215
Single Parent's Cookery Class - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/93071797251
Kids Faves Done From Scratch - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/93073325823
Cadder Community Centre provides a modern, state of the art community facility serving Cadder and north west Glasgow.
The Centre provides a base for social gathering and the provision of services, activities and events open to all ages and backgrounds of residents living in Cadder and the wider north west area of the city. The facility provides a range of rooms available to hire https://www.caddercommunitycentre.co.uk/facilities/ and offer a discounted rate for community organisations and those looking for longer term lets or full day use of rooms.
The Centre is looking to provide a Social Enterprise Room offering affordable desk and office space plus storage which can be made available on a permanent, short term, full or shared space arrangement. This will target social enterprises (including CICs, charities, voluntary groups) rather than commercial organisations to offer community benefit.