Evans Sent are currently working on a number of social prescription projects throughout the Greater Manchester area.
at The Village Hall, Great Northern Warehouse, Manchester
Free social and creative activity opportunity for Manchester residents (over the age of 16)
to learn the art of using thread to represent and record your everyday experiences as miniature stitches with Stephanie Evans, a Manchester-based Embroidery Artist.
Thread journaling is the art of using thread to represent and record your everyday experiences as miniature stitches. This can be done daily, weekly, monthly or whenever you fancy.
Classes are centred on capturing memories and practicing gratitude through active
mediation whilst developing skills, building confidence and a community.
Attend the Introduction to Thread Journaling class, followed by a monthly social where you can
further your skills and share progress with fellow attendees.
All materials, tea & coffee are included free of charge.
Classes are Mondays 6.30pm - 8pm.
Introduction to Thread Journaling Class dates:
Social dates (once participants have attended the Introduction class)
at The Village Hotel, Cheadle
Free social and creative activity opportunity for Steppinghill Hospital Haematology Patients to learn the art of using thread to represent and record your everyday
experiences as miniature stitches
A wonderful opportunity to attend a free course being held in the New Year,
after securing funding through The Arc Centre, Stockport.
A small group of patients will be able to enjoy three relaxed and sociable evenings
learning a new activity that can also be done at home.
All materials are included free of charge (refreshments will be available to purchase).
Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Enrolment is for the complete course of 3 x 2 hour sessions
(if you are unable to attend all 3 sessions please let us know when requesting a place).
Classes are at 6.30pm (for a 7pm start).
Tuesday 21st March