Circular Communities Scotland is proud to celebrate the work of our members from across Scotland.
As we prepare for our upcoming in-person member forums in Glasgow and Edinburgh, we want to take a moment to recognise the amazing work being done by our members in these communities.
Register for our Edinburgh Forum April 25th at Edinburgh Remakery.
Register for our Glasgow Forum May 23rd at The Deep End.
Glasgow and Edinburgh are both vibrant cities boasting an amazing array of circular charities and social enterprises to get involved with. Our members in Glasgow and Edinburgh represent a diverse range of organisations and together, they are helping to create a more sustainable and resilient future for Scotland.
We are honoured to be a part of this important work!
Glasgow has something for everyone, from grass roots community organisations providing crucial social support with environmental benefits, to established social enterprises making waves in sustainability, upcycling and food waste.
Take a look at these Circular Communities Scotland members to get a taste of Glasgow’s circular third sector, and search for Glasgow in our members map to find more.
- Glasgow Wood Recycling is a social enterprise that salvages and recycles waste wood to create furniture, workshops and products.
- Rags to Riches is an environmental and social enterprise that promotes creative reuse through fashionable homeware and goods.
- The Glasgow Tool Library provides members with access to tools and equipment for DIY and home improvement projects.
- South Seeds is a community-led organisation that works to promote sustainable living and improve its local area in the South Central area of Glasgow.
- The Pram Project is a social enterprise that works to facilitate the re-use of prams and pushchairs.
- Fuse Youth Café is a community-based youth organisation that provides a range of activities and support for young people.
- Soul Riders Scotland is a community-led organisation for people from all walks of life to access cycling through its Cycling Centre.
Our capital city Edinburgh is fit to burst with Circular Communities Scotland members who provide an amazing sense of community and opportunities for connection, as well as ways to tackle climate change for every kind of community.
Take a look at these Edinburgh based members to get a taste of Edinburgh’s circular third sector, or search for Edinburgh in our members map to find more.
- Bethany Christian Trust provides support for people experiencing homelessness in Scotland.
- The Edinburgh Tool Library provides access to tools and workshops for members to undertake DIY and upcycling projects.
- Granton Hub is a community hub in North Edinburgh where people can meet, participate, learn, create and enjoy a range of great activities.
- SHRUB Coop is a community-led cooperative that focuses on creating a world without waste.
- Fresh Start supports people who have experienced homelessness to get started in their new home by providing household items and support.
- Edible Estates creates edible gardens in urban spaces to promote sustainable food growing and reduce food waste.
- The Bike Station promotes cycling and sustainable transport and provides bike recycling and maintenance services.
These are just some examples of the amazing work being done by our members in Glasgow and Edinburgh, and we are excited to showcase many more at our upcoming member forums in these cities including Stitch the Gap, Glasgow Eco Trust, Spruce Carpets, Fixing for a Future and Ostrero.
Our members map is regularly updated with our new members so it’s worth coming back regularly to see what new organisations we’re representing in your area.
A big thanks to all our members from across Scotland for allowing us to support and celebrate your work.