Saturday Social at Spoon Trongate 24th Feb. With licensed bar, music and dancing, 7-11pm. Free entry. Everyone is welcome at this socially inclusive event.
THURSDAY 22ND FEBRUARY AT 11AM: COFFEE MORNING Raising Funds for the Empower Glasgow Project and Outings Programme Pop in for a coffee and a chat and find out about our community inclusion project. Meet staff, service users and neighbours.
Comedian Scott Agnew returns to Spoon for some banter and blethering on the sofa with some very special guests form this year’s Glasgow International Comedy Festival.
The Spoon Café, brought to you by Unity, wins an Icon Award for Venue of the Year!! The Icon Awards are Scotland’s biggest awards ceremony recognising commitment to diversity and inclusion. Whilst maintaining some focus on support for the LGBT+ community, the awards also exist to reward people and organisations who’s impact on diversity and…
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Mark Fraser (Kibble.org): “Last month Unity relaunched the Spoon Café in Trongate, doing so alongside a company-wide rebranding. I popped along to the launch to interview CEO Emma Soanes and to take in the vibe of the newly refurbished café.<!–more–> Emma was honest and reflective about the work Unity does and how social enterprise can…
Unity Enterprise is proud to announce we have been shortlisted for several categories in the upcoming Icon Awards: Charity of the Year, Event of the Year (Pride House at Spoon Café) and Venue of the Year (Spoon Café).
Spoon has launched a ‘Pay it Forward’ scheme where you can make a donation to provide a hot meal for a local person who is experiencing hardship/disadvantage.
Spoon Cafes and Unity Enterprise will be hosting a social enterprise stand at Let’s Eat, the biggest and best food festival in Scotland.
Spoon at Maryhill Burgh Halls opens to the public on 17th September.