Community project is back in business after
VOLUNTEERS in the North East of Glasgow have reinstated a community meal share project designed to bring neighbourhoods together. Blackhill’s Growing, a cooking group set up by St Paul’s Youth Forum in Provanmill to raise money for local activities, was forced to close during the Coronavirus pandemic.
They had been running a weekly three-course community meal before lockdown. With lockdown restrictions easing, the group has now established a collection service.
Councillor Many Morgan, who is part of the project, said: “The Blackhill Growing community is an amazing project encouraging locally grown food. Inspiring people to understand where their food comes from and helping them to grow their own food in their gardens. The project also has bees and produce honey as well as chickens for eggs.
“It’s also really good to see