GOVAN social enterprise Make Do and Grow have celebrated the delivery of their 1000th creative activity pack. 

The packs, which contain creative activities, were created at home by the CIC’s founding director, Kaytie Lilley, who is currently shielding. 

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She said: “As a creative reuse organisation, our workshops focus on crafts which can be made with items found in the home, so this was an obvious way we could support families during lockdown.

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“We’ve had packs out alongside community lunch provision through Govan Youth Information Project and direct to families through Maslows’s, Kinning Park Complex, Govan Community project, Govan and Linthouse Parish, Gilded Lily and many more across Glasgow. ”

Make Do and Grow, which normally operates a reuse children’s shop in Burleigh Street, was forced shut by the coronavirus lockdown.