North Glasgow Community Food Initiative

NGCFI aims to promote healthy living and cultural awareness in North Glasgow. Their projects will make available good quality low cost fresh fruit and vegetables to the local community and will provide opportunities for social integration between the diverse communities of North Glasgow.

Cookery classes
Allotment project growing vegetables
Food hubs

NGCFI now also support the development of 3 ‘Food Hubs’ in Royston, Milton and Springburn.

Food Hub model of working:
– a joined up approach in a specific community, a virtuous and expanding circle of activity and involvement.
– all aspects of healthy food – growing, purchasing fruit and veg, cooking skills, enjoying and choosing a healthy diet
– community empowerment and social/campaigning aspects of food e.g. on food poverty or health inequalities.
– with partners wherever possible
– community involved in choosing, planning and running activities underpinned by volunteers
– processes supported by a Food Hub Activator

Organisation Details
Phone: 0141 558 2500
Fax: 0141 552 2600
Address: The Millburn Centre, 22 Millburn Street, Royston
G21 2HL
Community Food SEN
Employability SEN
Glasgow SEN