home | news | spring tree dressing

Spring Tree Dressing

The Parsonage is closed until further notice, due to the coronavirus pandemic

The Parsonage Gardens are currently still open to the public: you are welcome to enjoy the space responsibly, observing official advice on keeping physical distance from others.

 

The Local Primary Schools Spring Open Art Show, scheduled for April, will be going ahead and although people can’t come in to see it, you will be able to view it online soon – watch this space! The children's art will stay up during the period of closure, and will be in place when we re-open.

Thank you for all your support.

 

FREE Drop-in Workshops Venue:

The Old Parsonage, Stenner Lane, Didsbury M20 2RQ

 

 

Sunday 12th April & Sunday 26th April 2020

10.00 am – 4.00 pm

Suitable for children of all ages

Tree dressing is an ancient tradition of hanging tokens, which in many cultures are seen as symbols of life, nature and spirituality.

Join our artist, Carol McKrell, to create your own token to hang in a tree in the Parsonage Gardens.

Get In Touch

Address

Broad Oak Lane, East Didsbury

Manchester, M20 5QB


Telephone

0161 445 6577

Email Us

Parent Pay

More