Since opening we have had a steady attendance of Shedders (members). There are no membership fees or official enrolments.
Due to the nature of our Shedders ages, some are not as agile as they once were, so all we ask are contact details of
your next-of-kin should the need arise to contact them.
Some of our Shedders live alone and during the recent snows we phoned some of our Shedders to confirm they were, warm,
had food and drink, and were generally safe. Also for the chat and contact if they couldn’t get about.
Getting together for our collective good covers many areas.
Shed activities range from chatting, drinking the free tea and biscuits, and eating the free cake and cooked delicacies
kindly donated by Shedders wives, to repairs and making things of the Shedders choice.
To date we have built a Fruit Press, just awaiting the Autumn bounty of local Apples to turn into Cider – another more
Parts are cut and assembly started.
Coming along well.
More parts completed.
Finished! Right, where are the Apples?
Holsworthy Men’s Shed opens its doors after much effort by the founders John Allen and Tim Stokes, in the old Holsworthy
Community College Workshop.