An oasis of sawdust and calm in the very heart of Newport, this shed is perhaps the most surprising with a large space for woodworking, projects and gardening.
The W.I. has jam, Men in Sheds have jamming! The Newport Acoustic Music Shed is a place where male musicians of all ages and abilities can come together every week for a jamming session.
he West Wight has a shed to call its own! Supported by Totland Parish Council, this men’s shed is currently in the process of converting the old changing rooms into a workshop and social area.
This shed has the best view of all the Island sheds. Located on Turf Walk and overlooking Totland Bay. Our smallest Island shed is a great place to enjoy a cuppa as well as the view.
It has taken many months, but at last Shanklin Shed is now a fully functioning work space which is doing lots of great work for the community!
Located at the now abandoned power station, this shed is ideal for the retired heavy engineer. Restoration work on the machinery and building is bringing this once neglected place back to life.
The Sandown Aviation Museum Shed forms an integral part of the Aviation Museum, providing practical support as well as a place where the members can pursue their own interests and hobbies.
The Brading Men’s Shed has its home at the Brading Youth Club, bringing together men from the area to help maintain and improve the facility, as well as providing a space for other events to take place.
The Bembridge Men’s Shed has been meeting for several months at the Scout Hut in Mitten Road, Bembridge, PO35 5UP, every Tuesday afternoon at 2pm. New members always welcome.
Set in the grounds of Brightstone Grange, on the road between Brighstone and Mottistone, Brighstone Men’s Shed is the first on the Island to be associated with a care home and it is hoped that this shed can be at the heart of the local community.
The W.I. has jam, Men in Sheds have jamming! The success of the Acoustic Music Shed in Newport has now spawned an offspring, the Acoustic Music Shed Part 2!
Men In sheds @AspireRyde is all about people mainly Men Getting together to learn from each other, chat, create, drink tea and eat cake.
The Nettlestone and Seaview (mainly Men’s) Shed meets at the Seagrove Pavilion on the fourth Wednesday of each month in the afternoon where we welcome new and prospective members. Please see our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/NaShers), the Parish magazine and local notice boards for times of additional meetings.