Roots of Refuge

Hidden Gardens
25a Albert Drive, Glasgow, G41 2PE, United Kingdom
The Gardens are fully wheelchair accessible at both entrances from Pollokshaws Road and through Tramway. There are wide stone paths around The Gardens, and ramps to take you into the Medicinal Courtyard and Boilerhouse.
Assistance dogs only allowed.
The nearest train station, Pollokshields East, does not currently have wheelchair access.
There are no public toilets within The Gardens, but you can use public toilets (fully accessible) in Tramway.
Community Celebration Families/Young People Food

We are taking over the Hidden Gardens for the afternoon to promote the work of some amazing projects that support refugees and asylum seekers across Scotland.

With over 10 stalls to visit, a kids’ corner, free food from some amazing caterers, live music and entertainment, art exhibitions, interactive games and activities – we invite you all to come and celebrate our communities! We are so pleased to be able to welcome talented artists to play you music from all around the world. Poetry, journaling, art, photography and cooking will be on display throughout the venue to showcase different conceptions of the theme “RISE” with the aim of celebrating the resilience and strength of refugees and asylum seekers in Scotland.

Image credit: Roots of Refuge event at The Hidden Gardens, 2023. Photo: Becky Duncan