Tahmoor Men's Shed celebrates decades of support and fun

Proud: Tahmoor men's shed members Allan Wearn, Bob Tindall, Henry Behling, Lawrie Stubbs, Alan Gilroy, and Glenn Allerton ready to celebrate. Picture: Simon Bennett

Proud: Tahmoor men's shed members Allan Wearn, Bob Tindall, Henry Behling, Lawrie Stubbs, Alan Gilroy, and Glenn Allerton ready to celebrate. Picture: Simon Bennett

For the past decade, Tahmoor Men's Shed has helped its members learn new skills and give back to the community.

The community organisation will reveal its expanded shed on August 31 to mark its 10 year milestone.

Tahmoor Men's Shed president Alan Wearn said he was proud to be a part of the men's shed movement.

"We've made a sensory wall for the kids at Bargo Public School, we've helped out local retirement villages and made jumps for Riding for the Disabled," he said.

"We get do to do a variety of things for the community.

"We also promote men's health whether they come down to the shed to work, or they just come down for a cuppa.

"There are thousands of Men's Sheds across the country now - it has become a real movement."

Mr Wearn encouraged local men to consider joining the Men's Shed.

"It's open to all men - we can even cater for men with disabilities," he said.

"Just come down and see what we do."