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The local community in Knightswood and Jordanhill has set up a petition to call to re-instate the First Bus Glasgow number 4 bus route all the way to Knightswood.
In October Glasgow Eco Trust hosted an action packed Action Earth volunteer day at Heart of Scotstoun Green Garden. We had nearly 40 volunteers come along to join in the event and make a real difference to the Green Garden.
Glasgow Eco Trust is taking part in the Terra Cycle UK oral care recycling programme for all oral care products and packaging including toothbrushes and empty toothpaste tubes
Glasgow Eco Trust is working with local organisations on a neighbourhood survey about the impact of Scotstoun Stadium, the home of Glasgow Warriors, on the local community.
Glasgow Eco Trust's De'ils On Wheels community bike workshop has successfully completed the Revolve Reuse re-accreditation process. Revolve accreditation demonstrates our commitment to quality and Revolve accredited stores are the first choice for second hand.
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De'ils On Wheels, our community bike workshop, is running low on adult and youth bikes. Any donations of unwanted bikes will be much appreciated.
Our Community Green Team volunteers have done an amazing job this year and we are always looking for ways to thank them for their contribution to the work that we do. Which is why we signed up to Room to Reward charity which matches unsold hotel rooms with hidden heroes.