In late 2020 Shed members worked on a variety of projects for local community members, including refurbished wine barrels and a rustic style timber table.
Shed member Ken recently completed this beautifully detailed and presented wooden motorbike model.
The Entrance Men’s Shed members recently completed refurbishment of a vintage rocking horse for a local family. The rocking horse was originally owned and used by the family Grandmother, who passed it onto her daughter. After approaching the men’s shed to refurbish the horse her daughter (now a mother herself) has passed it onto herContinue reading “Rocking horse passed down through generations”
Shed members recently constructed and installed a large pencil-themed archway for a local daycare centre. The arch helps to reward and encourage reading at the Center. The larger-than-life pencils are quite realistic in person!
Shed member Bob recently completed refurbishing and painting of a stylish half-wine barrels, for installation in his garden.
As part of the building and installation of a viewing platform at the Long Jetty RSL Sub-branch museum, shed members also installed a series of large photos into the room. The pictures complement and inform the display.
The Entrance Men’s Shed members worked together recently to build and install a viewing platform for the Bofors room at the RSL museum located in the Long Jetty RSL sub-branch. The sturdy platform provides an ideal viewing point for the room’s displays–which we encourage everyone to visit when they get the chance.
Shed members would like to send cheers and best wishes to one of our members: Michael W who is no longer able to attend for medical reasons. We are still thinking of you big fella!
With the recent celebrations of National Men’s Shed Week, shed members were excited to be featured in an article in the Central Coast Community Chronicle newspaper.
After many hours of precision woodworking shed member Keith has completed this impressive model dump truck.
Shed members recently completed the full restoration of two iron and timber garden benches. The metal brackets were stripped back to bare metal and given new coast of paint. The timber slats were replaced with new outdoor-grade slats and the benches now look very stylish. Both benches should now provide years of support in theContinue reading “Garden benches restoration”
The Entrance Men’s Shed 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on Friday the 17th of July 2020. Here are the new officeholders (until the 2021 AGM).
The Entrance Men’s Shed is re-opening from Wednesday June 17th 2020, operating under Central Coast Council’s COVID protocols, i.e. 4 square meters per person. This means there will be limited numbers permitted at the shed at any time and we’ll be operating a roster system for attendance. Please get in touch with Bob Ihlein toContinue reading “Shed Re-opening”
Prior to our COVID shutdown on the 23rf of March 2020, shed member Bruce Crouch had been working on an supportive cement-rendered statue for the ladies managing the “Bears of Hope” garden at the Entrance Community Centre. During the shutdown Bruce completed the statue and installed it into the gardens, where it complements the otherContinue reading “Bears of Hope Garden Statue”
In March 2020 The Entrance Men’s Shed was approached by Towoon Bay SLSC to restore their vintage surf life saving reel (an Australian innovation in surf life saving used at beaches all around the country for many years). Shed members worked together to carefully restore the reel to it’s original condition, allowing it to resumeContinue reading “Restored reel for Towoon Bay SLSC”
The Entrance Men’s Shed was approached by community member Virginia to create a set of wooden cabinets. Design and construction of the cabinets had started when our COVID shutdown began. Undeterred, shed member Ken took the cabinets home and completed them there during the shed shutdown. We’re pleased to report Virginia collected the cabinets andContinue reading “Cabinets for Virginia”
The Entrance Men’s Shed will close until further notice on the 23rd of March 2020. This closure is to comply with Central Coast Council and NSW Government COVID protocols during the pandemic. Hope to see you all again soon!
Shed members Bruce and Bob have constructed a large wooden sign (with burnt lettering) for The Entrance Community Garden. Here’s the sign after installation.
As part of a recent shed trip to the Rathmines Catalina Memorial Park, shed members also were able to visit the Catalina flying-boat restoration project being undertaken at the park. Here’s some memories of that visit.
Some shed members undertook a to Rathmines Catalina Flying Boat Restoration project and the Rathmines Catalina Memorial Park. Here’s some memories of the day.