Children’s designs – what would they like to see in the Hilltown Park?

It’s going to be REALLY difficult to pick the winners of our Design Competition, which we have run to explore our community’s ideas as part of the Hilltown Community Plaza project (funded by Creative Dundee)! Over 50 local children have taken part, through their schools (Our Lady’s, Rosebank and Clepington Primary Schools have taken part)Continue reading “Children’s designs – what would they like to see in the Hilltown Park?”

Join us for an online three course menu with Botanical Migrations

B O T A N I C A L  M I G R A T I O N SR E C I P E  S H A R I N G  { O N L I N E }  Hosted by Sharing Not HoardingThursday 18th March7.00- 8.30pmPublic event | Free  Zoom Link: Click hereMeeting ID: 823 1327Continue reading “Join us for an online three course menu with Botanical Migrations”

Make your own coconut lip balm

Pampering yourself for pennies by Tess Schulze The weather has been miserable for the last few weeks; cold, snowy, and rainy. When it gets like this, my lips tend to get really dry and chapped and I won’t leave my home without some kind of lip balm on hand. I can’t stand the stinging feelingContinue reading “Make your own coconut lip balm”

Children’s design competition for the Hilltown Park

UPDATE: See entries and ideas here Deadline 8th of March 2021 Show us how you would transform the Hilltown park into your dream park. For some of you, it may be about building your own special space with big blocks to hang out with your friends, for others it may be a beautiful ice creamContinue reading “Children’s design competition for the Hilltown Park”

Overnight oats – choose your topping!

by Tess Schulze This recipe is super easy and versatile – you can probably make it right now with whatever you have in your kitchen and have breakfast sorted for the week! It takes a few minutes to combine your desired ingredients to make an affordable and healthy breakfast. Oats are an absolute staple inContinue reading “Overnight oats – choose your topping!”

Cheese and garlic scones

by Tess Schulze This recipe never fails to impress anytime I make it. Really, it’s hard to go wrong with fresh garlic and a heap of grated cheese in a bread product! You can also grate in any number of tasty, fresh produce to add an interesting twist. Grated courgette is a gorgeous addition toContinue reading “Cheese and garlic scones”

Wonderful winter trail success and thank you to all involved!

It was a joy to hear the squeals of excitement and see so many local families doing our Wonderful Winter Trail. A joint project between How it Felt and the Maxwell Centre, we want to emphasize how grateful we are to the artists who did an amazing job running the workshops, finishing off the animalsContinue reading “Wonderful winter trail success and thank you to all involved!”

Natural DIY moisturizing hair mask

Pampering yourself for pennies by Tess Schulze Plenty of people’s hair has suffered during lockdown; with salons and barbers shut down, we have all been left to our own devices. As it stands (or falls limp, really), we know there’s a chance of reopening again in a few weeks but many folks are also thinkingContinue reading “Natural DIY moisturizing hair mask”

Rustic Sponge Cake

by Tess Schulze This is one of my favourite recipes because it is delicious, easy, and so versatile! If you’re bored at home or ever find yourself in a pinch and need a quick cake (who’s never had a cake emergency?), this is the perfect recipe. Baking a cake is basically a delicious science experiment.Continue reading “Rustic Sponge Cake”