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Meeting to establish Spalding Men’s Shed




There is already a successful Men's Shed in Long Sutton
There is already a successful Men's Shed in Long Sutton

Tonic Health is inviting men to attend a meeting to discuss the formation of the new Spalding Men’s Shed project.

The meeting will take place at the health and wellbeing charity in Westlode Street on Wednesday, March 7 at 10.30am.

A previous open meeting was held last year to look into the idea of establishing a Men’s Shed in Spalding and since then Long Sutton has formed a very successful one at Silverwood Garden Centre.

Following the initial meeting, Tonic Health has been looking for a suitable venue from which to run the project. It has since found a site and is now asking local men to come along and find out more about how they can be involved.

If you would like to attend, please call 01775 725059 or email simon@tonic-health.co.uk so organisers know how many to expect on the day.

Please also get in touch if you cannot attend the initial meeting but would like to know more and get involved.

The Men’s Shed Project is a national scheme encouraging men of all ages to meet up and take part in different activities, learn new skills, and/or put their skills to good use in a community setting.

The project will be initiated by Tonic Health but the idea is that the members themselves dictate the running and direction of the group once properly established.

More information on the national scheme can be found at menssheds.org.uk



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