Message from the Chairman
Following the latest Government restrictions that come into force on Thursday, our Friday gatherings will have to stop, as the Football Club now has to close. We have also taken the decision to close the workshop at Fernhill until the restrictions are lifted and we feel it is safe to resume.
Furthermore we have also had to postponed the Lunch on the 27th November. All being well this will now happen on the 18th December. However, the online talk will still take place on the 27th November as per the email sent to members.
Further NMMS information relevant to the Covid19 virus situation is available on the Covid19 information page of this site. By clicking here
The Men's Shed is an informal group of men (women are also welcome) who get together to talk/discuss any topic under the sun and occasionally get involved in some physical activity for the benefit of e.g. a local charity or maybe a member of the group.
New Milton Men’s Shed exists to provide a safe and friendly environment, for people to come together and to provide a contact point for like minded folk to meet and socialise. Members share skills, knowledge and experience, to enrich each other’s lives, by undertaking practical projects and using their shed as a social hub. Activities of the shed are driven by the aims and interests of its membership, to benefit themselves, and the wider community.
Do you :
Feel the need for company? Want to meet interesting people?
Enjoy making things? Like chatting about technical stuff?
Need access to a workshop? Miss the workshop banter?
If so come and join us. Regretfully our normal warm welcome at our Barton-on-Sea weekly meeting venue has been temporarily suspended due to the Covid19 'lockdown'. You can still get in touch using the 'Contact Us' button below which transfers you to our 'Contact' page. On this page you will also find a list of frequently asked questions. (FAQ's).
Working for each other.
New Milton Men's Shed workshop (the 'shed') is located at Fernhill sports ground (New Milton Cricket Club), a short distance south from the Bashley cross road roundabout. (Junction of B3055 and B3058.) It's well equipped for wood working projects (and tea making).
To view further location details and photos click
*** Weekly Meetings ***
Regretfully these have been suspended due to the current 'lockdown' restrictions.
Donations of tools, equipment, materials or financial help is always appreciated. If you wish to donate please contact us to discuss this. You can use the 'Contact' page for this.
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