Ordsall Hall is offering a workshop to learn how to upcycle old items and turn them into jewellery on March 3.
Old items such as wool, fabric, buttons and old jewellery will be recycled and crafted into jewellery.
The workshop costs £8 including materials.
Attendees are encouraged to bring old jewellery with them if they would like to upcycle them as well.
The session will last two hours, from 1.30 until 3.30pm and will include a free refreshment from the Museum Café.
Last remaining places on our #urbanlivingprogramme #upcycledjewellery workshop on 3rd March 1.30pm-2.30pm Grab your space now and for £8 come to our beautiful 16th c Hall to design and make your own earrings and necklaces @OrdsallHall @SalfordLeisure https://t.co/r1XlwczOzO pic.twitter.com/qPUNpjbDDE
— Ordsall Hall (@OrdsallHall) February 22, 2019
Ordsall Hall is the oldest building in Salford, dating back to 1177.
It was once home to the Radclyffe family who lived there for 300 years.
Now it is a historical venue telling the story of the house and of the people who once lived there.
The workshop is part of Ordsall Hall’s Urban Living Programme which runs every Sunday afternoon until June.
Its aim is to make people feel more at home in the city and to encourage mindfulness and relaxation at weekends.
The programme includes specialist talks, design activities, exercise classes and urban gardening events.
To find out more visit Ordsall Hall.
Photograph credit: David Lally.