Remade Network is proud to be a collaborative consortium made up of community partners and strategic projects that share our vision and values. Working from the bottom up, we create wider efficiencies and greater impact through sharing our resources and knowledge.
Govanhill Baths Community Trust
GBCT emerged 18 years ago as a grassroots campaign to return Govanhill Baths to community ownership as a vital community asset. Today, it is a high-profile anchor organisation with effective local partnerships and a commitment to transforming our community for the benefit of local people. GBCT is recognised as an example of what can be achieved through community participation and a governance that underlines the importance of connecting national and local social policy agendas The ethos of the GBCT has always been, ‘Run for the community, by the community’.
Currently GBCT runs four key programmes, one of which is the award-winning social enterprise, Rags to Riches, Scotland’s leading upcycling enterprise aimed at creating employment, training and volunteering opportunities through environmental/regeneration projects. Find out more here.
Glasgow Tool Library
The Glasgow Tool Library (SCIO) is a charitable social enterprise that collects donations of tools from those who no longer use them, repairs and cares for them, and then makes them accessible to everyone through a pay-what-you-can annual membership. We also hold classes and educational events that teach sustainability and DIY skills. By creating a communal resource, our aim is to challenge unsustainable relationships between use and ownership and promote a more collaborative economy where it becomes normal for things to be owned collectively and shared communally. Find out more here.
Repair Café Glasgow
Repair Café Glasgow is a voluntary organisation, founded in 2017, on the principles of Repair Café International, and built upon the idea that our possessions have lots of life left in them if we maintain and repair them. Doing this together, with others, builds social cohesion and combats isolation while helping to reduce the size of our landfills. Repair Café Glasgow hosts monthly repair events, repairing broken items and helping to change attitudes by presenting an innovative approach to waste reduction, social cohesion and the transference of craft skills, through the act of repairing, upgrading and maintaining a broad range of products. Find out more here.
The Pram Project
The Pram Project is a Glasgow-based social enterprise whose vision is to make the re-use of prams and pushchairs the new normal. Too often these items are disregarded and quickly end up in landfill. We stop that process by repairing and cleaning pre-loved baby items to the respected Revolve standard, and getting them back to work for families. We offer the following services:
Sale of pre-loved prams
Pram repair and maintenance service
Pram donations to New Scots and others in need
We are also working toward a Pram Project membership that includes pram rental and servicing to families in the Glasgow area.
All our prams are Revolve Certified. Find out more here.
Glasgow City Council
Glasgow City Council is the local government authority for the City of Glasgow, Scotland.
Wellbeing Economy Alliance
WEAll is the leading global collaboration of organisations, alliances, movements and individuals working together to transform the economic system into one that delivers human and ecological wellbeing.
Development Trusts Association Scotland
DTA Scotland is an independent, member-led organisation which aims to promote, support and represent development trusts in Scotland. Established in 2003, DTA Scotland now has over 250 development trust members – community-led organisations using a combination of enterprise and creativity to improve the quality of life for local people in urban, rural and island communities across Scotland