Forest of Dean and Wye Valley Men’s Shed

A voluntary community group

  1. This organisation currently has no events running.

  1. Forest of Dean / Arts and Crafts - Wellbeing

    Weekly workshops

    Our workshops currently run on Thursdays 10-1 and 2-5 pm. A voluntary community group providing a social environment through shared activity. You can work on your own projects, community projects or make things that can raise funds for the Shed’s future.

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A voluntary community group providing a social environment for well being through shared creativity.

Welcome to our Shed!
A voluntary community group providing a social environment for well being through shared creativity.
Our Shed provides a safe, supportive, and friendly setting where you can socialise, learn new skills, and hone existing ones. You can work alongside each other on our own projects, community projects, and projects that raise funds for the Shed.
see our web site for more information:

Contact info

  • 01594780170
  • Jane Trout (secretary)

Camellia Cottage
GL15 4QH

Inclusion statement

Inclusion statement
• We welcome everyone
• We do not unfairly discriminate against people on the grounds of age, ethnicity, faith, gender, sexuality or ability
• We will make reasonable adjustments to enable us to meet the specific requirements of any disabled person, but cannot offer 1 to 1 support so suggest you bring a companion or carer with you
• We welcome disabled participants to all sessions/services, however we have a gravelled drive to access our current workshop and the space is limited
• Anyone who would prefer a quieter experience please come in the afternoon
• We welcome people getting in touch to discuss their specific requirements to better enable us to support their participation
• We welcome referrals and inquiries from careers or other professionals to discuss an individual’s specific needs and where possible respond to any special requirements
• We recognise that our environment [buildings and outdoor space] may not be fully accessible for disabled visitors, and we are looking for new fully accessible premises
• If you need us to work in a different way to enable you to take part, for example avoiding a busy environment or large group, please let us know before your visit/when you arrive
• We are happy to talk with our visitors/participants about any specific requirements they may have and we will work hard to ensure you are able to enjoy your visit/take part
• Where additional supervision or personal assistance is required, we welcome them too.

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