Llangefni Men’s Shed

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Llangefni Mens ShedDydd Sul, Ionawr 13th, 2019 at 1:31pm
Our new page men's shed Llangefni is now live, this site will automatically close in 14 days.
Ufgent message to all members of the shed could you please send them to me. I've dropped my tablet and ran over it in my wheelchair. Chair fine tablet absolutely destroyed, just my luck all the photos were on that tablet and I forgot to back them up. 😐
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Llangefni Mens ShedDydd Sadwrn, Ionawr 12th, 2019 at 3:56pm
On behalf of everyone at men's shed we hope you had a good Christmas and New year.
Due to an error I made when setting up this page we are going to have to close it and reopen a new page. Our new page will be men's shed llangefni and will be live from Monday. At least this way we will have our own email and eventually our own website.
Thank you for everyone who supported us last year and we are all looking forward to another good year.

Thanks

Andy
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Llangefni Mens ShedDydd Iau, Tachwedd 29th, 2018 at 11:32am
Busy making Christmas crafts ready for Llangefni Christmas fair on the 7th December
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Llangefni Mens ShedDydd Iau, Tachwedd 8th, 2018 at 10:36pm
It was nice to see Neil and Tommy back this week after they both had health problems. The shed wasn't the same without you guys.
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Llangefni Mens ShedDydd Llun, Hydref 29th, 2018 at 11:48pm
I am trying to get our members to post there own things on this site and thought I would get it started with my story and what men shed means to me.
I was born with spina bifida and only given hours to live, then I wouldn't make it past my teens. Just shows what the doctors knew then as I was 52 a couple of weeks ago. Living with Spina Bifida isn't easy with being in constant pain and all the other rubbish that goes with it. ( the list is too long to mention it all). I was diagnosed with being highly depressed about 20 years ago but just seemed to work through it my kids were all young at that time so always something to do. Up until 4 years ago I was a powerboat instructor for sea cadets and was really enjoying it until my spina bifida got worse and ended up in a wheelchair for my own safety.
Then last year I had a full mental breakdown, wouldn't leave the house as my mind decided it was too scary out there. After the community mental health team had helped me I slowly started to go out again,and one day noticed an advert for Mens Shed. I gave the number a ring and Sheree came out later that day and put me totally at ease and explained about Mens Shed. The shed is a fantastic place I was made very welcome by the other members and haven't looked back. I told the group this story a few weeks ago (which was the first time I had ever been fully open) and the support has been amazing. I had a couple of members admit they suffered from depression as well and I had no idea.To anyone else whos feeling low and done nothing go see your GP now, no longer do men have to hide there feelings, seek help too many bottle things up as I did. Living with mental health issues it is like wearing a mask to hide your true feelings, but slowly I am able to start letting mine go through the help of the group and Mens Shed in General.
Myself and my family owe a debt of gratitude for the group giving them back the Husband/Dad they know.
I hope the organisation continues to grow and go from strength to strength.

Andy

***UPDATE***
Thank you for all the messages of support it has truly been over whelming, 👍👍
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Llangefni Mens ShedDydd Iau, Hydref 25th, 2018 at 5:25pm
After today's meeting the FB page will be continuing, we have someone who has volunteered to take it on to lower my workload. There will probably be a slight name change but I will post the details in a few weeks. Thanks to Simon Poole for the support and advice this morning.
Thank you for your continued support.

Andy