Cubes Bike Tour - Greenock - Dandelion
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Cubes Bike Tour - Greenock

A person in a bright yellow jacket and a cycling helmet is smiling at the camera. A growing cube with plants is in the background.
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Credit: Andrew Cawley

  • Calendar 6 Aug 2022


Join Dandelion’s Cubes Bike Tour across Scotland this summer.

The Cubes will make a stop at Battery Park at 10:00 and then ride along the esplanade to make another stop at Beacon Arts Centre at 12:00. The final stop is at Greenock Unexpected Garden, The Drying Green at Inverkip Road at 14:00.

A touring fleet of cargo bikes displaying our growing cubes – miniature vertical farms – will travel the Highlands and Lowlands throughout August. Four custom-made, electrically assisted bikes – each carrying a cube - will visit ten towns and cities, stopping at school playgrounds, green spaces, Unexpected Gardens and town centres, encouraging everyone to sow, grow and share food, but also music, knowledge and ideas. We’ll be giving away free seed packets so that everyone can grow their own herbs at home, and find out more about our Harvest celebrations in September.

At each stop, the cubes will play music specially commissioned for Dandelion by Scottish and international artists, including Vendanth Bhardawaj, Arooj Aftab & Maeve Gilchrist, Fergus McCreadie, Ravi Bandhu, Trio Da Kali, and amiina & Kathleen MacInnes. Featuring programmable, immersive lighting integrated with quadraphonic speaker systems designed to best showcase the new music playing from the cubes.


Multiple Venues in Greenock

Battery Park 6 Aug 2022, 10:00 am till 10:45 am

Battery Park

Eldon Street, Greenock PA16 7QG

Beacon Arts 6 Aug 2022, 12:00 pm till 12:45 pm

Beacon Arts

Custom House Quay, Greenock PA15 1HJ

Unexpected Garden: The Drying Green - A Story Growing Garden 6 Aug 2022, 14:00 pm till 15:00 pm


RIG Arts are transforming a space behind South West Library in Greenock as a Dandelion Unexpected Garden. From an unused scrub site, The Drying Green will become a shared space for nurturing plants and stories.

The closest railway station is Greenock West, which is situated 0.8 miles east of The Garden. Journey time from Glasgow Central is approximately 34 mins. It is a 20 minute walk from the station to the Park.
Before travelling, remember to double-check all travel arrangements and for the most up to date information check out your journey on the day on

Travel from Glasgow via the M8 and A78 takes approximately 45mins.

The Clyde flyer 906 and 517 bus service leave Glasgow Central - journey time is approx 1 hr. The bus stops directly outside the front door of the library. There are railings to lock up bikes.


Toilet facilities are available in the Library accessible and gender neutral with Baby changing facilities.


On street parking in available around the corner from the branch on Old Inverkip Road. Please note that there are parking restrictions directly outside the library. Anyone displaying a valid blue badge may park in a ‘limited waiting’ bay, on a single yellow line or marked disabled bay without time restriction. .


Assistance dogs are welcome and fresh drinking water will be provided.

Unexpected Garden: The Drying Green - A Story Growing Garden

159 Inverkip Road,
PA16 9HG
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