Men’s Sheds in Wales
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Men's Sheds Cymru
During the current Coronavirus crisis Hafan Cymru offices are closed. Please use the mobile phone numbers on our Contact Us page.
Using WhatsApp Video Calls is a great way to stay in touch with friends and family from the safety and comfort of your own home…
Enjoy a virtual walk around the Van Gogh Museum…
Tony Wan and Peter Jones – Wellbeing Advocates
Over the next days and weeks your Wellbeing Advocates, Tony Wan and Peter Jones will be circulating ideas and messages to keep mentally and physically active whilst socially distancing or in self isolation. Tony and Pete will store the ideas on the Men’s Sheds Cymru website and use emails, Facebook and Twitter to try to reach as many shedders as possible. Please share as widely as possible.
Tony and Pete are working from home and whilst this isn’t a 24/7 service, they will respond to any emails or messages left on their mobile phones as soon as possible.
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Today, Men’s Sheds Cymru asks all members to be mindful of the risks posed by Covid-19.
We ask that members, especially those with underlying health conditions, think twice before going to their shed. If you are feeling unwell, stay at home and follow the current advice. Many of our membership fall within the ‘at risk’ population of being seriously affected by COVID-19.
The most recent advice can be found at Public Health Wales.
Sheds are well-known places where men come together to learn, share and connect with one another, and if sheds are unable to meet due to the coronavirus outbreak, we would encourage members to maintain that connectedness through other means, such as checking-in with one another through phone, email or social media.
The Men’s Sheds Cymru Project Team and Wellbeing Advocates will continue to be available by phone for help and advice.