Visit from Abby, Senior Public Health Practitioner, Isle of Wight Council – July 2022
Abby was pleased to meet Adam, The Cowes Men’s Shed project leader and several shedders. The IWC Mental Health department are generously supporting many Island charities and The Shed has benefited from their kindness.
The Cowes Men’s Shed’s 4th Birthday! May 2022
Lucy, our National Lottery Officer was able to join us for cake, a cuppa and a good old catch up chat!
Cowes Men’s Shed awarded £254,459 from National Lottery, for five years running costs!
Thanks to the National Lottery Community Fund for recognising the valuable work The Cowes Men’s Shed does across the Isle of Wight and many thanks to National Lottery players who have helped us improve the quality of life of many people, as well as helping other charities and good causes, and putting smiles on faces.
Last month at the Shed – in photos
What are the Shedders up to at the moment?
Check out the latest Newsletter, Shedders’ Quarterly
Visit from our local MP – pre Spring 2020 lockdown
Hog Roast and pop up shop event – October 2019
Cowes Men’s Shed awarded monies from the National Lottery Community Fund – March 2019
Cowes Men’s Shed first birthday party – May 2019
Tea & Toast Event at the Shed – Valentine’s Day 2019
Storeroom2010 and The Cowes Men’s Shed are proud to be working in partnership with Age Friendly Island
Below is the link to our Age Friendly Island Charter
And here is Laurie Mabbit of Age UK IW presenting the Charter to Adam, who received it on behalf of Storeroom2010 and The Cowes Men’s Shed
The Cowes Men’s Shed, a Community Project brought to you by Storeroom2010
Storeroom, an Island charity dedicated to helping Island people
Funding towards this project generously provided by: –
Storeroom2010, Garfield Weston Foundation, Isle of Wight High Sheriff Fund, The Leathersellers’ Company, The Albert Hunt Trust, The National Lottery Community Fund, WightAID, Southern Vectis’ Community Fund, Tesco Bags of Help, Alpkit, GC Gibson Charitable Trust , Hampshire Isle Wight Community Foundation, The Co-operative Local Community Fund, Henry Smith Charity and Barratt Homes Community Fund.
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