Let's Cook, Grow and Sew Together


Following on from the success of our “Cook, Grow and Sew” project, which started in 2013, we secured further funding earlier this year for 12 months to deliver a new project called “Let’s COOK, GROW and SEW Together”.  The current project builds on the learning of our previous project involving people from diverse communities in challenging climate change.  Let’s COOK, GROW and SEW Together engages with minority ethnic communities in Glasgow to increase individual and community understanding of climate change and reducing carbon emissions.  Having started in March this year, the project currently offers various behaviour changing tools such as developing a community garden space for growing, foraging sessions, low carbon food workshops, furniture refurbishing classes, eco driving training, sewing sessions, recycling and zero waste awareness sessions and Swap Shops at regular intervals throughout the year to encourage people to include the lower carbon route into their lifestyle.

Main Aims of Projects

  • Increase community understanding of climate change

  • Reduce carbon emissions

  • Enhance awareness on the issue of climate

Target Communities

Polish, African and Middle Eastern Communities

Case Study by Keep Scotland Beautiful (KSB)

Let’s Cook, Grow & Sew Together Case Study

Funded By

Project Staff

Dilraj Kaur
Dilraj KaurProject Co-ordinator
Maymoona Awan
Maymoona AwanActivities & Engagement Officer
Joe Makangu
Joe MakanguSustainable Communities Assistant
Bininder Kaur Nat
Bininder Kaur NatCommunity Champion
Maryanna Law
Maryanna LawCommunity Champion
Miriam (Bo) Hickey
Miriam (Bo) HickeySessional Worker
Angela Aranghelovici
Angela ArangheloviciSessional Worker
Edith Ogen
Edith OgenSessional Worker

Twinned Board Member

Sharon Schlesinger
Sharon Schlesinger