About several things, starting with Cock-a-Leekie soup (See end for Thursday 28th January Cookery)  In the Soup Challenge, one of the three contenders, Shedder Brian Bayliss fell before the starting line. He had to pull out from being on screen because of water ingress to his garage. He found it…

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Cookery Shed

If we cannot have Sheds open, let’s do somethings at home that we can share in over Zoom.  That was the outcome of today’s Talking Sheds at the Kitchen Table attended by the (a?) Magnificent Seven. The idea of cookery had been raised in the Sheds and elsewhere. Lockdown is…

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Wishing us all – ourselves, our friends and family and our community – a 2021 that allows a restoration of the best of the old normal, retaining the best of the new. 2020 taught us to appreciate and develop connectedness. Let’s all play our part in furthering that this year.…

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Christmas 7 Days Away (now 1!)

SAMS contributes to Sleights Christmas scene. Press release: “Richard Anscombe spearheaded an initiative to brighten up the lives of Sleights locals. A Christmas tree was installed prominently on the corner of Ingham Close near to Sleights Primary School. Fundraising is underway for there to be Christmas lights next year stretching…

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Christmas is coming

Many a true word is depicted in a cartoon!  How did the turkey escape virtuality? The (multifunctional) Cafe Cart that will be liveried for Whitby Communities Compassion Project is nearing the final stages of fabrication. The ply skins then need to be sealed with PVA (thinner than the adhesive) and…

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New Announcements

Kate (of UK Men’s Shed Association until Friday last) is still looking after our interests. She has sent us news that has yet to reach the North.  Listen carefully and take note of new Covid-19 measures affecting communication. Some of our Shedders are well versed in language very similar to…

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