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Make Do and Grow CIC

Arts and creative industries - Environment and recycling - Retailing

Make Do and Grow is a social enterprise focussed on supporting growing families, developing creativity and encouraging reuse.

At Make Do and Grow we believe in family. We believe in the power of strong, healthy relationships to secure well-being, develop a sense of belonging and value.

We also believe everyone is creative. Creativity is more than aesthetics, it is experimenting, expressing, problem solving, playing and fun!

In our Govan based community hub, we enable parents, carers and children to discover more about each other through play, creative activity and conversation. We support growing family life with low-cost quality preloved clothes and toys. We build confidence and create a safe space to be.

Our creative sessions teach basic skills from drawing to paper crafts and sewing to photography. All of our workshops reuse scrap and recyclable materials. This makes activities replicable at home, encourages reuse and supports the development of critical creative thinking skills.

Our Toy Library is a borrow and return service based in Govan, offering quality toys for families across Glasgow. The library contains a huge range of toys, games and outdoor sports equipment for every age and stage from birth to around 14 years old. The library supports child learning and development through toy rotation, educational resources and family stay and play sessions. Developing connection, imagination and play. 

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41 Burleigh Street, Glasgow, G51 3LA, Glasgow City, United Kingdom

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