12 Days of Giving
Edenmill Farm, Café, & Soft Play, a picturesque family-run establishment on the John Muir Way between Glasgow and Loch Lomond, is embracing the spirit of giving this holiday season with their inaugural charity initiative, '12 Days of Giving.'
Nestled in the scenic landscape between the Campsies and Loch Lomond, and just a short drive from Bearsden, Milngavie, and the Strathendrick villages, Edenmill has launched a heartwarming programme to spread joy and Christmas cheer. As part of its '12 Days of Giving', Edenmill is providing free Christmas trees to deserving charities and organisations across the community.
Mark Gibson, Managing Director of Edenmill, expressed the company's commitment to supporting the local community, stating, "At Edenmill, we're dedicated to giving back, especially during the festive season, and these charities mean a lot to us. The '12 Days of Giving' initiative is our way of making Christmas a little brighter for those who need it most."
Edenmill has encouraged community involvement in their initiative by inviting nominations for charities to receive the festive trees. One of the fortunate beneficiaries this year is Robin House (CHAS) in Balloch. On December 1st, Edenmill will present Robin House with their "forever tree".
As the '12 Days of Giving' initiative progresses, Edenmill will distribute their Christmas trees across Scotland, benefiting charities such as The Beatson, Capability Scotland, and Erskine Hospital.