Blokes Shed

  The MEN'S SHED is a place where skilled and unskilled men can share time with each other, swap yarns and work together on community projects.

  In the shed we will make repair toys, small furniture and other items. Some for donations, some to sell!

  Don't know about power tools? No problems skilled people will be able to show you how to use them.

 Retired men will find the shed a great social place. Men seeking new interests or skills will find it relaxing place to try something new.

Why a Community Men's Shed?

The SHED is a community project amied at maintaining and expanding men's social networks, provide health care information and participate in work projects that can benefit the community. When men retire they often downside their living arrangements into flats or retirement centres. A common result is that men lose their personal space such as a shed. The SHED holds an important place in Australian Culture.
Did You Know!

Good Health is based on many factors including self esteem, a good social network and a valued role in society. Active social relationships have long seen to enhance health and assist in protecting against disease, including stress. Your MEN'S SHED will be set up to address this need.

  • Repair Old toys for toy libraries and hospitials.
  • Making new toys and other handicraft items to sell
  • Painting, assembling, sanding, decorating, mending, tracing patterns-and many other activities
  • open in the very near future
  • LOCATION; Possibly Nambucca Heads
  • All Retired Men Welcome

    Everyone is welcome to be invloved in the "Men's Shed"
    If you think the Men's Shed could be of interest of you, call the shed boss, John on (02) 6568-2522. Tues, Thursday and Friday

    The "Mens's Shed" is being established with funding provided by Uniting Care

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    Enthusiastic, enjoyable...
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    Chris Hewgill
    Nambucca Blokes Project

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