New Shed Faces

It’s been a joy this week to welcome some new Shedders and to integrate others who have joined this month. They also bring some new interests and skills. Ted came to the Whitby Men’s Shed out of the blue (yes the sun was shining) and turned his hand to Artexing the walls of the workshop. Old friend Lloyd lent his hand too.

Then to the She-Shed came Mandy and Shaun who revealed their skills in floral art though they tackled wood carving. 

At Staithes and Whitby the wood stores moved on towards completion, with even an outside workbench being added at Staithes in a fit of ingenuity on Tom’s part.

Finally we had the surprise news that Staithes Area Sheds had been registered with the Charity Commission in unexpectedly quick time. 

We have a visit from the judges of the NYCC Best Group Awards in early September. SAMS is one of six groups shortlisted from about 40 right across North Yorkshire. Whitby Eskmouth Scouts is shortlisted in the Best Project category for the Sleights Scout Hut project we helped with a little. 

Plus, in October, we may be in the High Sheriff’s Dragon’s Den contest organised by Two Ridings Community Foundation. They say it’s good fun.  Hmmmmm.

Shedder Linda up-cycling a chair from Sneaton Castle. Nice colour scheme.

Shedder Brian had played with the laser engraver on a plastic key ring.                       

 

Three young visitors came to Staithes Shed. Shedder Karen’s nephew and two young nieces.

Joshua with bandsaw under Tom’s watchful eye.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Graham talking to someone at his level.

Pressed the girls into a sanding job.

Joshua with an “H” making for sister Hannah

Head to head between Linda and Joshua. Great having youngsters at a Shed (occasionally!)

Faceless Tom with Ted and the outdoor workbench

Lloyd with Dennis

Monday Staithes “family” group

Does it remind you of the Rag Trade?

One corner of Whitby Shed Artexed

Artex on the end wall

When ennis gets bored, this is what he does

Action Man Dennis measures up at the beck.

Bob with restored ducks. New feet, new beak on one.

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