What a fabulous day we had on 6th December!
Thank you to everyone who came and bought our lovely products, had a chat and looked
around the Shed.
It was a real boost to everyone to see the amount of support and goodwill we have from the community.
We are looking for a computer tutor experienced in working with older people, to deliver training at the Broadstairs Town Shed from early 2015.
To include (but not limited to): basic use of a tablet, using the internet, communicating by email, using the camera and storing photos, sending photos by email, downloading Apps and other
features of the Android system that may be useful to the retired/older user. Q&A sessions
One hour per week, for 4 weeks. (Rolling Programme)
Funding for this programme has been generously given by Kent Community Foundation.
If you are interested, please contact Claire Shelton email@example.com for more information or send a proposal and costings by 17th December 2014.
Research shows that being part of a supportive community and keeping active promotes happier and longer life. It's that simple. There is now a wealth of evidence that Mens Sheds, where they exist, are making a very positive difference in the lives of those who get involved.
The Shed movement started in Australia and now there are over 1000 there, with further Sheds in over 20 countries, including almost 100 in the UK ,
Mike Jenn, Chair of the UK Men's Shed movement says:
"Joining a Shed can sustain a man's health in later life by adding purpose and creating friendships.
So what are you waiting for - we'd love you to get in touch!