SmartWater and UK Men’s Sheds Association have teamed up to look at how Sheds can better protect themselves. As with many of these things, prevention is the best medicine and Smart Water has the experience and reputation to help keep your equipment safer.Continue Reading
Catch up on the latest and greatest from the Shed Movement this month!Continue Reading
Dalbeattie is a small Scottish rural town, a stone’s throw from Dumfries. 4300 people and an estimated 23 people per hundred square kilometres, it’s socially deprived in many ways no fire engine, no swimming baths, no police station, no banks…Continue Reading
We’re supporting the Urological Health campaign from @Mediaplanet. Learn more about how COVID-19 has impacted prostate cancer diagnosis, what to do when you have erectile dysfunction and advice on handling BPH from key thought leaders, onlinewww.healthawareness.co.uk/urology and in today’s Guardian.
I am going to share with you today the story of my ordeal with mental illness and anxiety. I am going to be frank and totally honest about it but, ultimately, it is a story of rebirth and hope.
On the Isle of Wight, the only traditional windmill left standing is in Bembridge. It has been managed for many years by the National Trust (NT).Continue Reading
It’s nearly twelve months since Church Crookham and Fleet Men’s Shed opened the doors to our purpose-built workshop next to the allotments on the Crookham Park Estate. And what a twelve months! If anyone had said that in six months’ time we’d be closing the doors and the country would be in lockdown, we would have thought that they had put something in their tea, but how true they would have been.Continue Reading
‘SingSeptember’, is a new outreach and education national campaign, running throughout this month. It’s being put on by our UK Men’s Sheds Association partners; The British Association of Barbershop Singers, (BABS)Continue Reading
Here are our top picks of news articles about Men’s Sheds from the press for the month.Continue Reading
In 2015, Poynton Men in Sheds was launched at the then Poynton Youth & Community Centre (now The Centre in Poynton) in a tiny workshop with just a handful of people turning up on that first day. When the COVID restrictions came into force we had some 30 members attending over three mornings each week. We also had a waiting list of 28 people wishing to join.Continue Reading