This, That and the Other (including first Cuckoo of Spring)

Sheds can make not only a difference to the Shedders who come but also spouses/partners and it spreads into the wider community too. Sheds are not the only instruments for that of course and at the bottom you will find a greeting that Paul Blakey MBE (founder of Street Angels) sent to  Street Angels Whitby.

The photograph is the first cuckoo of Spring, Or rather our first C2C walker who entered SAMS Shed yesterday. He lives in Leyburn in the Yorkshire Dales. The local community there are looking at the possibility of  a Men’s Shed for their village !!! Early bird Shedder Bob met him before most Shedders were out of their beds:-) 

 

  • The Scarborough Men’s Shed underway at Westborough Methodist Church (meeting Thursdays) is being joined by another out of town.
  • Scarborough MATES kicks off on Thursday April 5th at St James on the Seamer Road. They recorded a piece at Yorkshire Coast today to promote their Shed. 
  • Whitby Area Sheds, and Tim Bradley researching a vehicle Shed in Scarborough, have been interviewed for a feature on Sheds by Leeds based Yorkshire Evening Post. 
  • SAMS is working through the final inputs to the People’s Health Trust following the latter’s recent funding offer for a Men’s and Women’s Shed in Staithes.
  • Whitby Scouts (whose premises we use in central Whitby) is having a new kitchen fitted courtesy of Sirius Minerals Foundation. The work takes place during the Easter period.
  • Don’t forget the SH(ar)ED Experience get together of Sheds in Whitby on the afternoon of Wednesday 4th April. Several other Sheds from North Yorkshire are attending. Aussie Len will spill the beans on Men’s Sheds in Oz.
  • Street Angels Whitby 

And here are the proposed logos for the Staithes Sheds. SMS (Staithes Men’s Shed)  SWS (Staithes Women’s Shed)

 

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