Manchester Higher Openshaw
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Manchester Higher Openshaw was the 15th Salvation Army corps opened in Manchester, in 1903, in Fairfield Road.
The corps is currently the home of the Eden Project, a partnership between the Salvation Army and The Message Trust. The project was formed in 2000 by Gary Bishop. Author of "Darkest England & The Way Back In", Gary Bishop lead the project until February 2007 before handing the leadership on to Sam Ward.
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