News

This year for the SCVO Gathering in Glasgow 22nd Feb 2019, Centipede was invited to co-represent the Community Capacity and Resilience Fund by Irene Connelly as we are recipients of this fund.

We were delighted by response to our recent projects Germinator at North Edinburgh schools and exhibition at RBGE. We shared with people our current programme of gardening and foraging events for Spring.

 

https://scvo.org.uk/the-gathering-2019/exhibitors/scvo-community-capacity-resilience-fund/

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Go For It project celebrates colourful art exhibition at Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh, 28th June 2018.

http://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/news_and_events/news/2018/go_for_it_project_celebrates_colourful_art_exhibition_at_royal_botanic_gardens_edinburgh

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Funding Secured, 2016

The Centipede Project is delighted to announce that it has secured a continuation grant from the Church of Scgo fo itotland’s Go For It fund. This funding will allow the project to develop on the successful work that has been achieved in the last years, with a focus on growing and food, in partnership with local schools.

 

WE WON!

MASSIVE THANKS FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT, SHARES & VOTES!

The newly developed play space on Muirhouse Avenue has WON the Making Space 2016 award under the ‘Our Space’ category which recognises well-designed spaces for children and 15289265_1299104333538061_1100922875529949252_oyoung people.

The project was developed by The Centipede Project, the Old Kirk Muirhouse Parish Church in partnership with North Edinburgh Arts and the City of Edinburgh Council.

Making Space 2016 is a programme strand of the Festival of Architecture 2016. It is an international award for excellence in architecture and the design of spaces for children and young people.