Like all charitable organisations we have had our income decimated by Covid 19.
Your support and generous contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. You can help fund our mission to improve facilities at the shed and further help with community projects.
The Shed is now open on a daily basis to new and existing members. Initially with morning sessions.
Mon to Fri 10:00 to 13:00. There will still be some precautions in place until 19 July and we may have to limit numbers inside the shed if it gets busy. Afternoon sessions by arrangement will also be available.
Campaign to Protect Rural England Living Countryside Awards.
We won this prestigious award as a result of our hard work, team spirit; and the great feeling of the warm welcome, bonhomme and laughter we gave the CPRE Adjudicators when they visited our Shed a few months ago.
An engraved stainless steel Wall Plaque and Certificate were awarded to us by CPRE
Terry, Martin and Keith receive our CPRE award from The Hon. Helen Nellis: Lord Lieutenant of Bedfordshire.
The RVS funded by the ASDA Foundation awarded us a grant to purchase two vital machines for the shed
Terry and Richard appeared on the Anna Williamson Show on 3 Counties Radio recently to talk about the benefits of Shed membership and our role in reducing lonliness and isolation.
The 20 min item can be heard if you click the 3CR button below.
Men in Sheds is a project aimed specifically at men aged 50+ and looks to bring men together to put their practical skills to good use and encourage them to be more socially active. It provides a space to develop a hobby workshop where men can work together on a range of practical activities. This could focus on wood-working, horticulture or metal work, however new project ideas are always welcome. Members can put their skills to good use, share their knowledge, learn new skills and generally put the world to rights over a cup of tea. Members can come from a wide variety of backgrounds ranging from highly skilled to those with little or no experience, but all work together and there is a role for everyone!
It gives men the chance to: Make new friends.
Experience the camaraderie of working with other men.
Put practical skills to good use and also share them with others.
Try something new and learn new skills.
Support their local community.
Learn about other activities and services in the area. The Dunstable shed is located on the allotments in Meadway, entrance is close to the speed camera. Postcode LU6 3JU.
We meet Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 13:00. and some afternoons by arrangement. ( Closed on Bank Holidays) New Members always welcome to come over and meet fellow "Shedders" for an introductory chat and a cuppa.
Come along to our Shed, meet fellow shedders for a chat and a cuppa
10:00 – 13:00
Numbers may be limited and PPE required inside.
Some afternoon sessions will be available by arrangement.
Entrance next to the speed camera, there is usually somewhere to park but if full ask at the shed we will find you a spot.
Meadway, Dunstable, Central Bedfordshire, England LU6 3JU, United Kingdom
07707 259395 Please leave a message or send text messaage if you don't get an answer. We will call you.