Investment in local ‘Men’s Shed’ in Cashel

Members of Cashel Men's Shed Group who are partaking in cookery lessons in Spafield Family Resource Centre, being presented with tool vouchers  from McQuillian Tools.  Brian Kelly, Sean Keenan, Derek Ryan, John McEvoy (Irish Mens Sheds Association), James Mangan, Martin Coughlan (Cookery Teacher),  Brendan Ralph and Deirdre O'Connor (Outreach Officer S.F.R.C.).
A Men’s Shed is a dedicated, friendly and welcoming meeting place where men come together and undertake a variety of mutually agreed activities.

A Men’s Shed is a dedicated, friendly and welcoming meeting place where men come together and undertake a variety of mutually agreed activities.

Men’s Sheds are open to all men regardless of age, background or ability. It is a place where you can share your skills and knowledge with others, learn new skills and develop your old skills.

New members are always welcome and can be assured that there is something of interest for everyone as the men have ownership of their Shed and projects and decide their own program of events. An objective of Men’s Sheds is to enhance or maintain the well-being of the participating men.

The Irish Men’s Sheds Association was set up in January 2011 with the purpose of supporting the development and sustainability of Men’s Sheds on the Island of Ireland.

Cashel Men’s Shed meets every Thursday from 12noon to 2pm in Spafield Family Resource Centre, and new members are 
always welcome.

For more information please contact Deirdre O’Connor, Community Outreach Worker, doconnor@spafieldfrc.ie or 06263622.