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Crookston Community Group

Working in partnership with local communities, local authorities, statutory and voluntary groups, as well as the private sector, CCG has developed and supports a range of projects, using arts, culture, education, festivals, sport and other such initiatives, aimed at building bridges among a diversity of cultures and communities.

It has developed best practices, materials and resources on cross-cultural dialogue and collaborative projects as well as provided platforms for constructive debate and opinions.

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Food Bank

Monday – Thursday CCG runs a foodbank from 10am – 3pm

The food bank provides an emergency food parcel which contains a 3 days supply of food, toiletries and sanitary products to people and families w...


  • Glasgow City

Wednesday 12:30 pm – 2 pm

Foodshare is a project the CCG run to tackle the major issue that is food wastage.1.9 million tonnes of food are wasted by the food industry 250 thousand tones of which is s...

School Holidays Lunch Club

School Holidays Lunch Club feeds 100 children a day, aged 5 – 15 years, approx 7 different nationalities, all disadvantaged by poverty. CGG embraces them, reinforces acceptance and understanding, develops ...

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