Join us for Whittling Wednesdays, every week 10am-12.30pm at the Boiler House.
Sessions will include a combination of traditional whittling and carving and modern woodworking techniques. There will be a trainer to show you how to use tools safely and guide you through the different processes. The class is open to everyone, no previous experience is necessary and its free!
No need to register, simply turn up on a Wednesday from 10am. If you have any questions please contact gro.esuohreliob@ofni.
- Organiser of Wood Whittling
The Boiler House is managed by Sow the City. We aim to provide free and low-cost use of tools, equipment and space for people and be a catalyst for people to reach their potential. We run a variety of community workshops, providing skills for employment, improving health and wellbeing, developing a circular economy, and promoting gender and race equality.
Our centre provides space for people of all ages and backgrounds to work together and participate in practical hands-on ways to shape their lives and communities. This could be as simple as making planters for growing veg at home, or as complex as developing collaborative art, or designing and fabricating new products. We believe everyone can participate given the right encouragement and support.
LocationBoiler House, 9 Wilcock St., M16 7DA
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A former district power station repurposed as a centre for making and mending.
"At the Boiler House we aim to provide free and low-cost use of tools, equipment and space for people and be a catalyst for people to reach their potential. We run a variety of community workshops, providing skills for employment, improving health and wellbeing, developing a circular economy, and promoting gender and race equality."
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