We are part of the Inkberrow Community

The activities we undertake are similar to those of garden sheds,but for groups to enjoy together. Typically we take on community projects.

You don’t have to commit to repair work, you can just join us for coffee or talk about a project that you would like to undertake.

We meet regularly on a Wednesday between 10am and 2.00pm

Where are we?

The shed is situated at the rear of the Bowls Pavilion on the playing field behind the village hall in Sands Lane. There are no upper age limits but you must be over 18. Although we are called the Mens Shed we are open to all genders.

We are a friendly bunch and happy to welcome newcomers.

We started by renovating the village phone box. Then brightened up the bus shelter with a mural by local artist John Harris. Other projects have included bird boxes for the Millenium Green and renovation of the local map case which is now at the entrance to the village hall. Thanks to all who contributed to our very successful and well attended Open Day.

The tefurbished map case

This is our allotment under construction

The mural on the bus shelter painted by local artist John Harris

The mural, repainted phone box and one of our refurbished benches which is now part of our allotment.

Membership is Free!

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  • We have a comprehensive range of fun and useful tools, and are open to new ideas!
  • This is not the Mens Shed……but one we put on our allotment.
  • Want to know more?
  • Contact. Mick Trott on 07402533363 or Rodger Fooks on 07957862302
  • e- mail [email protected]

Additional Information

We are members of Mens Sheds Uk. There is a wealth of information about Uk sheds at menssheds.org.uk

We feature in a You Tube video ‘Inkberrow Mens Shed Club by Theo Gardner.

We are preparing the allotment for Spring Planting.

Fixing a bench at the top of the playing Fields for Dog Walkers to rest. The bench was paid for by Tracey Wyatt with support from the Parish Council.

We are currently building desks for the project room, and refurbishing a memorial bench from the village church which needed new feet and a repaint.

If you are interested to find our more then do drop in for a coffee and chat on a Wednesday morning or contact us using the details above.

The Shed recently refurbished a memorial bench in the churchyard that had completely rotten feet. It was repainted and the plaque polished.

The legs had completely deteriorated……….

Installing the refurbished footpath and bridle way map case: making sure it is level!

The new map is in place!

An important part of the village green that has seen better days…we hope to restore this over the next few months with a longer lasting hardwood.