The Trust are delighted that the Greening Gorebridge project has been awarded a grant of £158,849 from the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund to continue and expand the project over the next two years (18-20).
The Greening Gorebridge project exists to bring people in the community together to connect with their surrounding environment, enabling transformation of simple things in our daily lives that tackle the challenges of climate change.
The focus for this project continues to be on sustainable transport choices and now extends its activities to food, cooking and food waste reduction, as both choices in food and transport impact on the health and well-being of the community and environment.
The Greening Gorebridge project will be offering free support through a variety of workshops and events to be held in the community throughout the year to help support our community to choose sustainable travel and cooking options, as well as supplying useful information on food waste, travel and climate change.
Events, workshops and activities will be creative, inspiring and supportive in taking Gorebridge towards being a healthier, happier active low carbon community.
Subscribe to Greening Gorebridge Mailing List
Learn how you can get involved and keep up to date:
- Check out our What's On listings
- Like our facebook page - Greening Gorebridge
- Follow us on Twitter
- Follow our Eventbrite page to sign up to our FREE workshops.
- We offer the following FREE workshops and events throughout the year - see the what's on calendar for details
- Vegetarian Cooking Workshops and recipes
- Soup night presents... monthly events
- Dr Bike repair sessions
- Led cycle rides
- Bike Hire- Electric and Standard
- Buggy Walking group (every Monday morning)
- Food cooking & sharing events
- School uniform exchange
Volunteer With Greening Gorebridge
Would you like to help support our aims in creating a happier, healthier, low carbon community in Gorebridge?
We are keen to hear from someone like you, who can assist us in delivering our regular events and workshops.
Some tasks may include:
- Setting up/clearing up in cooking classes and other events
- Manning stalls at community events
- Taking written record of participants stories and feedback
- Taking quality photographs of our workshops and events
- Assisting with Led cycle rides and Dr Bike sessions
- Gathering survey data
Contact Michaela on michaela.jackson[@]gorebridge.org.uk for more details and to let us know what kind of tasks you would like to help us with.
The Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) is a Scottish Government grant programme, managed and administered by Keep Scotland Beautiful. The CCF provides funding and support for community groups to help tackle climate change by running projects that reduce local carbon emissions. 622 communities across Scotland have benefited from CCF grants totalling £85.8 million.