The Dennistoun Diggers Community and Craft Fair is back for 2017 on Saturday 9th December from 11am – 4pm at the Dennistoun New Parish Church hall.
The 2015 Dennistoun Community Day and Craft Fair, hosted by Dennistoun Diggers, takes place on Saturday 5th December, from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm, at the New Parish Church on Armadale Street, G31 2UU. Free Entry!
Part One in a series of food conversations in Dennistoun, hosted by Dennistoun Diggers. Featuring speakers from Oxfam Scotland, Poverty Alliance and the Everlasting Foodbank on Monday 9th March from 7pm until 8:30pm at Redmond’s, 304 Duke St, G31 1RY.
Dennistoun Diggers will be hosting a craft fair on the 23rd November. It will be held at Dennistoun New Parish Church hall on Armadale St in Dennistoun, to raise awareness of, and funds for, the Dennistoun Diggers community garden.
There will be a free screening of the film Gasland on Thursday 25th October at 6pm at Wellpark Community Hall, McIntosh Street, G31 2AQ (off Duke Street, between Lidl and Tennent’s). Dennistoun Diggers are the hosts.
Ever wanted to learn how to grow your own food but not had the chance? Live in a flat with no space to grow? Love to eat healthy food but find it too expensive?
National Gardening Week 2012 runs from 16th to 22nd April and is co-ordinated by the Royal Horticultural Society to get the nation growing and celebrate everything about gardens and gardening. Thousands of people across the country are coming together and getting involved to enjoy, share and celebrate everything about gardens and gardening.
To mark the occasion, Dennistoun Diggers will be opening their community garden throughout the week for people to come and visit and find out more about their space. Have a nosey, offer advice, chat about Guerilla Gardening, sow seeds, pot on, prune, weed… even turn the compost heap if you so desire!
Dennistoun Diggers are holding the annual Community Christmas Craft Fair on Saturday 26th November, from 11am to 4pm at Dennistoun New Parish Church Hall, Armaradale Street, G31 2UU. Entry is free, and the event promises to be lots of fun for children and adults alike.