Straw bale house construction drawings

Many thanks to our volunteer Konrad Koltun, an architect who worked hard on preparing drawings for our project.   Those drawings are being used  as part of the business proposal to Manchester City Council to identify a suitable site for the potential Community Asset transfer to Hay Habitat for purpose of creating open and diverse... Continue Reading →

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Meeting at town hall.

On 28th of June 2017 Open Culture Project met with Manchester City council's officers and Residential Growth Board's representative to discuss our business plan, we submitted earlier. Part of the purpose of this Business Plan is a proposal to Manchester City Council, in order to identify a suitable site for the potential Community Asset Transfer to... Continue Reading →

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Art Together – Expression and Experiment

`Look. Art knows no prejudice, art knows no boundaries, art doesn't really have judgement in it's purest form. So just go, just go.` K. D. Lang Art Together, a project founded by The Big Lottery and delivered by Open Culture Project, aims to bring people of different backgrounds, believes and traditions closer by participation in... Continue Reading →

Art and Craft for all

Every Saturday at 10:00 we run Art and Craft workshops for all. Workshops are designed to bring people together, learn one from another and spend time in nice and supportive atmosphere. Currently we are focusing on learning how to knit. Join us to learn various techniques and methods and make your own handmade winter scarf.... Continue Reading →

Our Mother and Toddler Club are weekly meetings run by Ela, our Director and Volunteer. During weekly meeting, mothers can share their experience and advice, meet new fiends, socialise and learn. Children actively spent time, integrating, getting to know each other and playing with interactive, sensoric toys. Mother and Toddler Club run on Wednesdays, at... Continue Reading →

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