Every man needs a shed!

The Men's Shed concept originates from Australia and brings together older, isolated men in a space with which they are comfortable. They can socialise and carry out activities that bring benefit to the local community and charities.

 
We have three sheds: Penge, London Borough of Bromley, Eltham and Woolwich in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Some planned activities include recycling second-hand materials into gardening containers, trugs, bird tables and boxes.
 
Men can meet up to use their existing skills, learn new skills, share ideas or just put the world to rights over a cup of tea. It's about friendship, fun and getting out.
 
 
We welcome the involvement of volunteers with an interest or experience in any of the following: sourcing recyclable items, woodwork, design, marketing or IT skills.
If you would like further details on the Men in Sheds project, please click here. You can also contact Pauline Cahill or Steve Paxman (Project Co-ordinators) on 020 8294 3017 or email pcahill@ageukbandg.org.uk / spaxman@ageukbandg.org.uk

The Men's Shed concept originates from Australia and brings together older, isolated men in a space with which they are comfortable. They can socialise and carry out activities that bring benefit to the local community and charities. 

We have three sheds:

  • Penge in the London Borough of Bromley,
  • Eltham in the Royal Borough of Greenwich and
  • Woolwich in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

Some planned activities include recycling second-hand materials into gardening containers, trugs, bird tables and boxes. 

Men can meet up to use their existing skills, learn new skills, share ideas or just put the world to rights over a cup of tea. It's about friendship, fun and getting out.  

We welcome the involvement of volunteers with an interest or experience in any of the following: sourcing recyclable items, woodwork, design, marketing or IT skills.

If you would like further details on the Men in Sheds project, please click here. You can also contact Pauline Cahill or Steve Paxman (the Project Co-ordinators) on 020 8294 3017 or email Pauline Cahill or email Steve Paxman

Men in Sheds - Winter 2016 Catalogue Cover

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