Unit 1C, The Ferguson Centre, Manse Road, Glengormley, BT36 6RW
Mon - Fri:  10.00am - 2.00pm
Charity No: NIC107160
tel no...soon
"...locum meum"
News Alert!
Part Time Job Vacancy

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Who Can Join?
Anyone over 18, but members are a little older!!!  Some restrictions apply... contact Committee member for further details.
Open to both men & women
Is It Free?
Unfortunately not, currently it is £10.00/month, plus any costs associated with materials you may need...but you do get unlimited tea, coffee & snacks :-)
Where are we?
Unit 1C
The Ferguson Centre
Manse Road
BT36 6RW
(See map below)
About Us

Our aim,
“…is to promote the social inclusion, health & welfare of everyone.”
• Providing a regular meeting venue for social interaction,
• Promoting the preservation and protection of  good health,
• Arranging demonstrations & skills sessions, thus improving & broadening educational development,
• Participating in local community based projects &
• Facilitating a range of suitable activities that can reasonably be accommodated that promotes ‘self-worth’ & social inclusion.
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...more about Us
Upcoming Events
(Check the Calendar for more details)

It has been over 3 years, but now thanks to everyone on the Committee & S3, we now have Charity status!
More info to follow...
Under Construction
This website is still, 'a work in progress', if you find any 'issues' could you let me know via Contact page, it would be very much appreciated, thanks.
Something Else?
Click on items below for more info...
Recent visit by Deputy Major
Kings Park Primary School Project
The Ultimate in Safety!
• Planning to get an AED for the group...sponsors...will provide a link later?
Borne from the ethos of Men’s Shed, (‘google’ it to find out more) formed to target a social need for those who have had a major change in their lives or just a place to go to meet others…

Newtownabbey Men’s Shed (I know not very original!) is a group that has been established for over 3 years now, mainly for men within the Newtownabbey area (...though everyone is welcome).  Please check out the ‘Calendar’ page to see what is happening, or Activities to find out what we have done!

More information about Men's Sheds within N. Ireland can be found at GroundworkNI, click here.
Many older men within the Newtownabbey local area lose some sense of purpose with the loss of their work role, status, workmates, income or when their personal circumstances change dramatically for the worse, and can find themselves disengaged from their community.

If the pub or sports is not their thing they could rapidly find themselves alone & with little to occupy their time.
Men with their own shed have often developed their skills and interests, but in a larger facility, with better or more equipment can develop with others. Assistance by Men’s Shed can be provided for local community development activities - a Men's Shed offers something new.

Working alongside others and with a common purpose without imposed demands can be exactly what many men need.
Why Us?
If you or you know someone that would benefit from attending Newtownabbey Men's Shed, please call email us using the Contact page, or even better, call down in person, there will always be a welcome...

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