The Kinning Park Complex is aiming to become a zero waste building.
We are reducing the amount of waste created in our space.
Interested to learn how "WASTE" produce and materials can be
re-distributed, re-cycled, up-cycled, re-used and re-purposed into items that you WANT?
(Not sure what all these WASTE WORDS mean!?)
Read on to find out more about our Climate Challenge Funded Project!
We have expanded our community meals programme with the launch of the KPCafé! We are now serving lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays as well as Sundays; Dinner is still available from 6pm every Thursday. So pop in for a meal or a morning cup of tea and a pastry!
We receive surplus food from Fareshare, Tesco, Marks & Spencers and Premier Produce. KPC is helping prevent good quality and fresh food that has been over produced ending up in the bin and consequently landfill. Join us for a meal and find out how you can help too and check out these info-graphics for more information!
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We have a team of volunteers who support the running of our KPCafé every week, The team is lead by resident "MadChef" Danny McLaren. If your keen to help out contact Isabel: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are coming along to our Café you can also get involved in our drop in Up-cycling and Craft Workshops at the same time. Artist in residence Elena facilitates workshops every Sunday between 11am and 3pm!
Suitable for both adults and children.
Kinning Park Complex is committed to offering opportunities for others to gain skills, experience and knowledge through our Waste Not Want Project.
As part of our Community Education programme, we are excited to be partnering with local school Lorne Street Primary offering workshops to each class year. Our KPCafé staff and volunteers will be creating a series of simple recipes, hints and tips to reduce food waste that will also save you time and money. If you'd like to understand more about carbon emissions we will be creating easy to understand information for you!
Our Repair Café will be back on Sunday 11th June! We are encouraging you to bring along broken electrical items to see if we can "fix it before you ditch it." It might save you buying, for example a new kettle and you will be contributing to reducing landfill waste!
Over the next few months we will be installing our own bespoke machinery to process plastic. Plastic pollution is on of the worlds biggest climate problems for many reasons so contact email@example.com if you'd like more information.
We are keen to hear from other groups, organisations, artists, activists and experts who are or who would like to do more to raise awareness on waste. Our Wasteful Conversations Programme will aim to bring different people across Glasgow together to start conversations and collaborations.
Talk to our Events and Communications Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org