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Sorell Men’s Shed

It has been a busy few months in our shed there is always projects on the go. The latest one being the full restoration of an; ‘ABBOTT’ side sprung horse drawn buggy that was originally built in New Hampshire (USA) in 1857. The original ”CONCORD” under carriage was made using Hickory, this was in good […]

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Hydrowood- Kingston Open Day

KINGSTON MEN’S SHED OPEN DAY On Thursday 11 February the Kingston Men’s Shed in conjunction with the Tasmanian Men’s Shed Association held an open day with the main interest focusing on Hydrowood. There were 101 signatures on the sign in sheets but I think there were more in attendance. As of the day before we […]

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Latest Shed News Editorial

Welcome to edition 3 of the Shed News. For each of the previous editions, I have run out of copies to distribute to sheds and our supporters. This is a very positive indicator to me that the newsletter is being really well received by all members of the TMSA. Thank you for your support. Another […]

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A Journey to Viability

Dilston is a northern rural suburb of Launceston where the local Fire Brigade has gifted a building to the East Tamar Men’s Shed to operate at 308 John Lees Drive. Since 2010 ETMS has been “the shed without a shed”, but on Saturday 28 November this came to an abrupt end when The Tasmanian Minister […]

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