Frome Men's Shed
"Shed Happens" 14th December 2017
The Radio Show "Shed Happens" is on Frome FM 96.6, and frome.fm on Thursday, 14th December 2017 from 12:00 to 1pm.
See details on Frome FM by clicking here
The show is live and repeated the same day at 18:00, Then at the following times
Friday 15th December 2017 3pm
Saturday 16th December 2017 5pm
Sunday 17th December 9am
Monday 18th November 12:00
Or you can download as a podcast from the Frome.fm website.
This featured conversations with some Frome Shedders, Tony Hopkins, Ray Cotton and Richard Wallace. News about Men’s Sheds across the Country. A telephone interview with John Evoy. There’s some music, including “Making Tracks”, a piece of music that Frome Shedder Bern Sawle links to a tough project..
See his Pinterest Boards at - https://www.pinterest.co.uk/bernsawle/?eq=bernsawle&etslf=NaN
Contact details - Local Men's Sheds
Frome Men’s Shed - Contact: Patrick Abrahams, Tel: 07932-760585, Email: Info@fromeshed.org.uk
The Somerset Levels and Moorlands Shed - Contact: Colin Gorton Tel: 01823 698612 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Midsomer Norton Men’s Shed - Contact: Richard Jordan on 07818 420685, Email: email@example.com
Wells Men’s Shed - Contact: Mandy Loxton Tel: 01749 670667 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Sally Dempsey Email: email@example.com
Bath Men’s Sheds - Contact: Ketyn Jepson Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01225 484510
South Petherton Community Shed - Contact: Helen Beaufoy Email: email@example.com Tel: 01460 240943
Sturminster Newton Men’s Shed - Contact Andy Tel: 01258 472957 or 07849-618522) or Steve/Nigel 01258 472957
Westbury Shed - Contact Dan by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by Tel: 01373 865 057
Published on 11 May 2017
Age Scotland is today launching a report and survey that outlines the positive impact that the growing men’s shed movement is having on later life. Men from sheds across Scotland have told their story for The Shed Effect. The report demonstrates how men’s health and wellbeing has been lifted by getting involved in their local shed.
"The Shed Song" - Buddy Wasisname and the Other Fellers
“Little Boxes” Pete Seeger
“This old Heart of Mine” Isley Brothers
“Brothers in Arms” Dire Straits