Over this Autumn, Heart & Parcel learners will deliver and teach their own 'cookalong' - a cooking class where members of the public will be able to join online to make delicious homecooked meals.
Learn English Online with Heart & Parcel https://youtu.be/xgXWl0O0_7w ***THIS COURSE HAS NOW FINISHED*** PLEASE SIGN UP HERE TO RECEIVE UPDATES ABOUT OUR FUTURE CLASSES The course includes: Classes Wednesday 6pm -7pm | Main Class with Cooking & English. Thursdays 6pm – 6:40pm | Post-class Discussion Class | you can practise your English Listening and Speaking... Continue Reading →
Dimitra has been coming to our sessions since we started Heart & Parcel and loves cooking as much as we do. She moved to the UK with her husband and two young boys around 10 months ago. She was a hairdresser back in Greece and wants to continue work over here once she is happy... Continue Reading →
For our fifth session we were really excited to come to our local community centre, Levenshulme Inspire to meet women from migrant communities around Levenshulme. Inspire was a united reformed church redeveloped in 2009 to become a community centre owned and loved by the people of Levenshulme. It has a great cafe, business suites, spacious... Continue Reading →
After the long Easter break, Heart & Parcel were at Marlborough Primary in Salford to greet some women whose children attend the school, cook some Pierogi and practise some English. We had wanted to work with Marlborough school for a while ever since Clare ran a 10-week parenting ESOL course there. The school has an inclusive... Continue Reading →
A couple of months ago, Sanaa and Aghareed, two women who had attended the last Heart & Parcel session came to their weekly English language parenting course with a plate of delicious pastries. They had really enjoyed folding the Jiaozi that we had made last time, and wanted to show us how they did various folds... Continue Reading →
Due to the success of our debut dumpling class at the Welcome Centre, we were invited back in the new year to continue our folding and chatting sessions. This time we thought we would make the delicious Jiaozi (饺子). These dumplings originate from China and are traditionally eaten on the eve of Chinese New Year. They... Continue Reading →
Last week we held our debut dumpling making session at the Wai Yin Society Welcome Centre in Cheetham Hill. Home to a growing number of ethnicities from waves of immigration most prominently throughout the 19th and 20th century, Cheetham Hill is an area rich in cultural diversity in the North of Manchester. However, it has... Continue Reading →