Glasgow garden project taps into Kintyre knowledge
A GREEN-fingered Campbeltonian mental health recovery worker is leading a Glasgow garden project.
Callum Smith, who left Campbeltown when he was 24, gained a number of grants to grow the East End of Glasgow garden group at Carntyne supported accommodation.
With the people supported by the project, he has installed raised vegetable beds and is planning a polytunnel to grow tomatoes and peppers.
Callum Smith on the left with supported people at the project.