Latest update from #glasgowblasda which will be with you this Saturday…
Workshops – 2-6pm – the programme for the afternoon has now been finalised and is as follows…
There will be a drop-in Creative Reuse Zone where you can learn how to transform everyday unloved household objects into useful and celebratory items – all ages welcome – and a drop-in post-Olympic sprint through the whys and hows of growing your own food.
There are more details on the workshop flyer GlasgowBlasda_WorkshopDetails.
There will also be a photo exhibition and a chance to have a cuppa and a good ol’ chat about food in and around Glasgow! More details on the event flyer GlasgowBlasda_Flyer_Final
Ceilidh - 8-10pm – there are still tickets available for the ceilidh and they only cost £3 per person and will be available on the door! Music will be provided by the wonderful John Carmichael’s Ceilidh Band! So get your dancing shoes on and get on down to…
Venue – the event will take place on Saturday 15 September in the The Briggait – Glasgow’s iconic former fish market which is now an amazing arts and cultural venue.
Contact details – if you’re interested in helping out with the preparations for #GlasgowBlasda, we’d love to hear from you: firstname.lastname@example.org You can also join the Glasgow Local Food Network Facebook group for updates.
Locally produced – Glasgow Blasda has been bought to you by the Glasgow Local Food Network including:
- Dumbarton Road Corridor Environment Trust
- Ethical Events Scotland
- Glasgow Locavore
- Greencity Wholefoods
- The Hidden Gardens
- Oxfam Scotland
- SAGE (Sow and Grow Everywhere)
- Towards Transition Glasgow
- Urban Roots
- Wasps Studios
- Collective Architecture
- and The Fife Diet