Be Safe Be Well deliver three Men’s Shed Projects within the Causeway Coast and Glens Council Area. The Men’s Sheds operate in Foreglen, Limavady and Portstewart and they plan to open a fourth shed in Coleraine next year. The Foreglen and Limavady Men’s Shed currently have 43 members and the new shed project in Portstewart has 22 members. The sheds are open for membership to men aged 25+, who may be unemployed, retired, or have a long term physical disability or mental illness. Men with a mild learning disability are also welcome to the shed. Within the men’s sheds the following services are provided for the members: a fully equipped workshop in each location, kitchen area to make tea/coffee and lunch, counselling services, a relaxation area with pool and darts and reading space, access to PC/tablet, laser cutter and vinyl cutter (in 1 shed), trips and a large variety of physical activities and other activities. The Men’s shed environment is very relaxed, welcoming, creative and user-led.
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