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Heart & Parcel's collection of TEN tried and tested foodie activities to try out whilst self-isolating at home.
We are pleased to introduce our project, COOK EAT CHAT SHARE delivering 4 weekly online zoom cooking lessons to Heart & Parcel learners and Boaz Trust clients during Feb-March in 2021!
Join us at Heart & Parcel International Women's Day Festival this year as we celebrate all the wonderful women in our lives, their stories, experiences, skills and knowledge!
We explore and delve in deeper to the themes of food in our project, looking at issues of othering, cultural appropriation, and assumpltions over who earns what food.
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.
Thursday 25 June 2020, 7.30pm - 8.30pm A Night with PHM x Heart & Parcel TICKETS HERE: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-night-with-phm-x-heart-parcel-tickets-99392674164 FREE: Support PHM by making a donation online if you can Heart & Parcel is a Manchester based food and women’s project focused on developing English language skills whilst cooking. The project uses dumpling making as a medium... Continue Reading →
We’ve been watching the news unfold in front of us, the various events that have taken place over the last few weeks. We are moved, saddened, shocked and angry. We stand with the Black Lives Matter protesters and support those in America fighting for justice for the murder of George Floyd, and we support the... Continue Reading →
a post by our Director Clare on our most recent devleopment: Online Cooking & ESOL classes. Here, she speaks about the process, the highs and lows and advice for practitioners carrying out similar work with their learners.
Donate to our project to support people learning English to flourish in their local communities and forge connections by developing English language and communication skills through the medium of food.
A huge thank you for donating to our project. This will make a significant difference to the work we do providing informal English & cooking classes to migrant communities around Manchester. We currently run Online Cooking & English classes, and we are planning our next project for Learner-led sessions, empowering our previous learners to develop... Continue Reading →