The Shed is on the site of
The Museum of Cannock Chase: Valley Road
Go past the Museum entrance on the left, to the top of the road.
The 'Shed' is at the end on the right.
We (will again!) meet every
Monday & Wednesday
09:30 - 12:30
(Or maybe even more often if circumstances allow.)
We build, make, mend, restore & repair and especially enjoy supporting our local community with their projects .
We work with wood, metal, plastic, fabric, electrical/electronics.
You could watch, assist or lead activities. Just come to be helpful, busy or for company.
No pressure to commit..... Except to tea/coffee, chat and laughter.
CC Shed now has its own Group Page as part of the Co-op's 'Co-operate' initiative.
"Co-operate's mission is to help people make good things happen in communities.
It’s for people who:
care about their community
want to join forces to get things done.
Co-operate is created with communities, for communities, and is owned by communities."
Please take a look and see if we can help you, or if you can help us. 🙂
Also, here are links for 2 'Shed' organisations to get more idea of our reason for being:
Cannock Chase Shed is grateful to the following individuals and organisations for supporting our development:
Cara Dallaway & Museum of Cannock Chase
Dave Gandy; Dave Causer; Paul Francis;
Colin Mann; Dave Pursall; Mark Roberts
Bob (bobbysoft.co.uk) Mason
Phil Hewitt; Bryan Jones; Jonny McMahon; Mike Sutherland
Brindley Heath; Cannock Wood; Huntington
Rugeley Town Lotto
Waitrose - Lichfield
Friends of Hednesford Park
Veolia Environmental Services with SCC