Incredible Edible Heaton Park: a community orchard open to everyone

A stone’s thrown from The Chancel, Incredible Edible Heaton Park would love you to get involved with their thriving allotment. The not-for-profit organisation has come into its own over the last few months, bringing the community together and reigniting a passion for growing our own food during a time of crisis. Whether you’d like to helpContinue reading “Incredible Edible Heaton Park: a community orchard open to everyone”

Prestwich’s new social care initiative: what Outside Education is doing for the community

Cathy and Stuart Fieldhouse launch a fresh approach to special needs education in the area Weekly sessions are based at the Incredible Edible Heaton Park community garden and orchard, introducing children to the great outdoors while helping with social care issues With 15 years experience in special needs education, Stuart Fieldhouse has long believed inContinue reading “Prestwich’s new social care initiative: what Outside Education is doing for the community”

Prestwich Arts Festival: A guide to Getting Creative

Calling all local arts enthusiasts: Prestwich Arts Festival want to hear from you Ten ways to get involved with the art scene in M25 Discover treasure hunts, street art, urban sketching events and Zoom tutorials in your local area In a parallel universe, the organisers of Manchester’s much-loved Prestwich Arts Festival would be gearing upContinue reading “Prestwich Arts Festival: A guide to Getting Creative”

A Building Through Time: The History of The Chancel

A fine example of gothic revival from Alfred Waterhouse, the architect responsible for building the Natural History Museum The only church in the UK to have the entire area of worship upstairs A Grade II listed conversion project provided new places to live and worship in Prestwich “Redevelopment of a beloved Manchester church will provideContinue reading “A Building Through Time: The History of The Chancel”

My Manchester: Fashion Blogger Onyi Moss on her Favourite Hidden Gems

“Above all, I love this city because of how genuinely nice and welcoming the people are” With a tribe of 150,000 followers on Instagram and a book on the way, Onyi Moss shines a new light on the hidden beauty found in everyday experiences in Manchester The Manchurian fashion blogger shares her secrets for feelingContinue reading “My Manchester: Fashion Blogger Onyi Moss on her Favourite Hidden Gems”