Fareham Men's Shed new facilities were opened on Monday the 18th by BBC Solent Radio's Nick Girdler.
There was an excellent turnout of members with guests Councillors Pamela Bryant and Connie Hockley from Fareham Borough Council, representatives from Community First, Asda and the recently retired Chief Executive of what was Community Action Fareham, without whose help and encouragement the Shed may never have got off the ground.
Before the opening an EGM was held to present the Charitable status that the Shed has recently gained to it's members.
The shed has tripled in area since its inception 2 years ago and thanks to a grant from Fareham Borough Council a Clarke metalworking lathe and mill is now available for use by it's members along with woodworking facilities, a small computer workshop with 3D printing facilities and of course tea and coffee making facilities.
Fareham Men's Shed is open from Monday to Thursday from 10:00am to 3:00pm at Titchfield Festival Theatre, St. Margarets Lane.
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