44 days ago

Rangiora Menz Shed is looking for New Members!!!

Rae and Steve from Rangiora

Hello, we are always looking for men to join our shed, if your on your own, married or just darn bored of your own company give me a call.

The Shed is a group of ole fellas who get together 3 mornings a week 9am - 12pm at the A & P Showgrounds on Ashley Street to work on projects together.

Our biggest proudest achievement is our new Coffins. Might as well get a pitch in here lol. Untreated Pine Coffins $450. We do a lot of community based jobs, fixing things, making new things, it is very rewarding all the work we do for our great community.

Keeps the mind active as well as the body. Make great friends. No special skills needed just a really good sense of humour a willingness to pitch in, or just have a chat we would love to hear from you!
$40 a year

Call Steve 0279090240.

Photos show our new Coffins and a project we have just finished for a lady. A Cat House. Join our Face Book Page to keep an eye out for some really great bargains www.facebook.com...

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