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Men Only! Sheds Open Doors Taster Session Start Today

Men In Sheds

6:22am 5th November 2014

A group which helps combat lonliness for men in Aylesbury and helps teach them new skills - is opening its shed doors today.

Men in Sheds offers another place for guys of all ages to make friends and do things like woodwork, electronics and photography.

The organisation says the session and get ‘hands on’ with woodwork, metalwork, electronics, computing or weaving.
Supervision and guidance will be available to enable anyone, regardless of ability or experience to participate.

Plus lots of free tea & cake as well as conversation with like-minded men.

To book your place call: 01296 709 256 or 07733 988 008

Men in Sheds are at 27/28 Rabans Close, Aylesbury, HP19 8RS

Contact Men in Sheds at misa.shed@gmail.com or www.meninsheds-ayl.org

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