Keep the used clothing coming – we are on a roll!

Granton Goes Greener's Impact & Achievements Since the project began we have saved a whopping  amount of clothes from landfill!! With your help we can keep this number going up...and up..... Read more about our Granton Goes Greener project - we are always on the lookout for more volunteers In the last month - October 2021 0 kg of clothes donated for re-use 0 tonnes since the project began 0 kg of clothes re-used and saved from landfill 0 tonnes since the project began 0 kg bread and other bakery items saved from landfill 0 kg since the project began ...
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Share ‘n’ Wear has now broken the 8 tonne mark in saved clothing!

Granton Goes Greener's Impact & Achievements Since the project began we have saved a whopping  amount of clothes from landfill!! With your help we can keep this number going up...and up..... Read more about our Granton Goes Greener project - we are always on the lookout for more volunteers In the last month - October 2021 0 kg of clothes donated for re-use 0 tonnes since the project began 0 kg of clothes re-used and saved from landfill 0 tonnes since the project began 0 kg bread and other bakery items saved from landfill 0 kg since the project began ...
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Share ‘n’ Wear has now saved over 7.5 tonnes of clothing from landfill!!

Granton Goes Greener's Impact & Achievements Since the project began we have saved a whopping  amount of clothes from landfill!! With your help we can keep this number going up...and up..... Read more about our Granton Goes Greener project - we are always on the lookout for more volunteers In the last month - October 2021 0 kg of clothes donated for re-use 0 tonnes since the project began 0 kg of clothes re-used and saved from landfill 0 tonnes since the project began 0 kg bread and other bakery items saved from landfill 0 kg since the project began ...
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Information about donations for Ukraine – how you can help

We have been getting multiple requests regarding donations to help people in Ukraine. See also Helping Ukraine via our partners in the area Just to clarify, WE ARE NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING DONATIONS at Granton Parish Church, but there are 3 big donation centres in Edinburgh, where you can donate selected goods; Ukrainian catholic Church at 24 Dalmeny Street. Ukrainian Catholic Church in Scotland They store and accept all the medications. Most needed items, which could be bought and donated by the general public are: bandages, anti-inflammatory drugs, painkillers (the stronger the better). Please, do check your medical supplies at home. Anything ...
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Dignity Boxes

We are very fortunate at Granton Goes Greener to be able to work in partnership with many like-minded charities supporting the local community and anyone in need. Dignity Boxes is such a charity established by Isabel Dosser, now a retired lecturer from Edinburgh Napier University. Isabel qualified as a registered nurse in 1976 and worked in various hospital departments before moving into palliative care in 1996 and then nursing education in 2004. She had a growing concern about the impact of poverty in health and well being and in 2018 she established Dignity Boxes to provide free toiletries to those ...
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Share ‘n’ Wear has now saved over 7 tonnes of clothing from landfill!!

Granton Goes Greener's Impact & Achievements Since the project began we have saved a whopping  amount of clothes from landfill!! With your help we can keep this number going up...and up..... Read more about our Granton Goes Greener project - we are always on the lookout for more volunteers In the last month - October 2021 0 kg of clothes donated for re-use 0 tonnes since the project began 0 kg of clothes re-used and saved from landfill 0 tonnes since the project began 0 kg bread and other bakery items saved from landfill 0 kg since the project began ...
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If books are your thing then read on….

At Granton Goes Greener's Share 'n' Wear sessions we have a well-stocked book case where people can donate books for others to read. We are looking for someone that could spend a few minutes each week keeping the books tidy and ordered - maybe after church or while in the building for something else. Interested? Speak to Anna (anna@grantongoesgreener.org.uk) or Chas (chas@granton.org.uk) ...
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Share ‘n’ Wear taking a break over Christmas

Our Granton Goes Greener project will be taking a break over Christmas and will be closed week beginning 20th December and 27th December. Share 'n' Wear will re-open on Wednesday 5th January at 3pm We'd like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has supported the project over the year, helping us to achieve an amazing 7 tonnes of clothing to be recycled and removed. GRANTON GOES GREENER WEBSITE ...
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Book Week Scotland – workshop registrations now open

An evening of practical creative writing and discussion about climate change with Kirsty Lewin, Edinburgh-based activist and writer.The event will take place between 4 and 6 pm on Sunday 21st November 2021 in the main church building at Granton Parish ChurchThe event is being run by Granton Goes Greener, the church's climate change project - for more information about the project visit www.grantongoesgreener.org.uk.Important-MAXIMUM capacity is 14 and we would encourage responsible booking.Book Week Scotland is an annual celebration of books and reading that takes place across the country ...
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Share ‘n’ Wear has now saved over 7 tonnes of clothing from landfill!!

Granton Goes Greener's Impact & Achievements Since the project began we have saved a whopping  amount of clothes from landfill!! With your help we can keep this number going up...and up..... Read more about our Granton Goes Greener project - we are always on the lookout for more volunteers In the last month - October 2021 0 kg of clothes donated for re-use 0 tonnes since the project began 0 kg of clothes re-used and saved from landfill 0 tonnes since the project began 0 kg bread and other bakery items saved from landfill 0 kg since the project began ...
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