Just found out about this so there is only one event left in the city.
Building on last years event, this year’s went city wide, with North, South, East and soon to be West taking part. There will be live music, communal cooking, food sharing, workshops and competitions.
Free bikes will be available from Glasgow Green to the Harvest event. You can book this by contacting Michelle by phone on 0141 554 9527 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. No bike needed as they have availability for borrowing adult and kids bikes, child seats etc.
Free Wheel North will be providing FREE group cycle rides from Glasgow Green to each of the Harvest events led by trained cycle leaders. Glasgow Transition Support will also present a series of workshops and talks exploring ideas about how we can develop a more connected and resilient food system for Glasgow.
Download the full brochure HERE
8th Oct: Harvest WEST
hosted by Woodlands Community Garden, 91-111 West Princes St, Woodlands, Glasgow G4 9BY
How to Join In
Donate surplus produce you have grown
Got any spare fruit or veggies? Bring them along so they can be turned into puddings, soups, pakora or other delights by a team of local cooks
Make food to share in a huge open air meal
Bring a vegetarian dish to share, featuring at least one locally grown ingredient.
Design and plant up a Creative Container
Choose an unusual object to grow something in and enter it in the competition.
Bring a jar to the tasting station
Make your own jam, chutney, pickles or preserves and bring a jar, along with the recipe, for a mass tasting. Oatcakes, crackers and cheese provided!
There will be workshops showing you how to make your own jams, chutneys and preserves, and creative container planting sessions at different locations in the lead up to Glasgow Harvest.
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