The Shed is on the site of
The Museum of Cannock Chase
We (will again!) meet every
Monday & Wednesday
09:30 - 12:30
Or maybe even more often once Covid restrictions 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