Men in Sheds

at Unit 63, Chester, CH1 4QL United Kingdom

Men in Sheds... where men can be men and make things. These projects are run by Age UK Cheshire. The shed has a range of activities.

Men in Sheds
Unit 63
Chester CH1 4QL
United Kingdom
Contact Phone
P: 012444389358


Men in Sheds is a project started by Age UK Cheshire in the autumn of 2008 for older men who feel isolated or are experiencing major life changes. Since then the project has grown significantly. It has recently been awarded a £500,000 grant from the National Lottery and gained national coverage on the BBC’s The One Show and Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour. The project is very simple and has one goal, to reach men over 55. We aim to encourage a shed-like environment with a focus on socialising, sharing skills and learning new ones and of course, all of our activities are accompanied with lots of tea and biscuits! The opening times are 09.30 to 16.00. Monday to Friday

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Published Men in Sheds on 2014-03-04 08:00:00 GMT

Great idea.

Published Terry Sherlock on 2016-02-12 22:45:25 GMT

Darts maybe

Published Terry Sherlock on 2016-02-12 22:38:58 GMT

Hello guys, If you ever emerge from your sheds why not come and learn to play the world's most popular card game? Fun and sociable lessons available at the Deva Bridge Club in Christleton. Contact me (Simon) at or on 07927 886704.

Published Deva Bridge Club on 2015-09-30 08:05:53 GMT

Published Georgia Hunt on 2015-08-26 09:36:54 GMT

What is your organisation about? I am looking for someone to make a mud kitchen for our nursery. We are in an area with high deprivation and a mud kitchen would provide endless opportunitues for the enjoyment and development of our children. I have a picture of one that has been made from an old bench. The seat slats moved across to fit in a large square washing up bowl or container (sink) and creating a drainer where the slats extend over the edge of bench. I have attached a picture If I am mistaken and this is not what you do then I apologise. Many Thanks Helen Moore