Emailed Edingburgh Community BackGreens and Sage and Urban Roots and Glasgow Guerillas to see if there would be any point to creating a Glasgow version of Community BackGreens - there is always the risk of having too many groups which always seems to happen - but this is not so much about comunity gardens as supporting community members if they want to use their green space


For me the point of the communal garden is to inspire community members and send them home all fired up to try something at home - about free food yes but also about the birds and the bees


Maybe we could direct members to local group or send out message of appeal for help with blitz digs etc


The general attitude of Parks is that Glasgow City Council own the spaces and that they would end up with projects started but not maintained


But if we had a central contact point we could be contacted and go round to sort it out / grass it over if necessary or put in plants that would require less maintainence

Am pretty sure this would not really be a serious impediment

Thoughts welcome

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