Support is blooming

SCOTMID Uddingston has been supporting green-fingered community groups to mark the launch of its Caulders Garden Centre pop-up shop.

The retailer has been seeking to connect with local groups working on projects such as transforming allotments, developing wildflower gardens, or improving small green spaces to promote positive mental wellbeing.

Groups were invited to Caulders at Scotmid Uddingston on 25 March to receive plants or equipment funding for their project.

Kirsty George, head of local sourcing at Scotmid, said: “We hope that the Caulders pop-up will help not just local groups, but the whole community to brighten up their gardens ahead of the summer months.”