1 Day Beginner's Tiling Course

1 Day Beginner's Tiling Course

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The Boiler House

9 Wilcock Street


M16 7DA

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Join Stuart to learn about the best tools and materials needed for the job, surface preparation and hands on tiling and grouting techniques.

About this event

Come along to our 1 day tiling course Saturday 16th July 10am-4pm. you will learn about the best tools and materials needed for the job, how to prepare for a tiling job and ensure a clean flat surface and learn hands on tiling and grouting techniques.

This course is run by professional tiler Stuart Whitehead. With 10 years experience, Stuart is able to offer hands on guidance and expert advice with all things tiling related!

What You’ll Do

All participants encouraged to get stuck in to grouting and tiling in our specially designed DIY workshop.

Skills You’ll Learn

Surface preparation, starting points, measuring up, cutting, grouting, tiling etc.

For More Information please contact info@boilerhouse.org or call 0161 465 6954

Boiler House

The Boiler House – a former district power station just a mile from the middle of Manchester, repurposed as a centre for making and mending. In the 1990s the Boiler House operated as a power station for thousands of homes in Moss Side. In May 2019, Manchester-based social enterprise Sow the City signed a 12-year lease on the building. 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.

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.

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