Welcome to the Coffs Harbour Mens Shed Website
Our Special Thanks
"The Coffs Harbour Men's Shed is built on the hard work of volunteers, and the generous donations and sponsorship of both large and small companies, governments and individuals.
We are especially grateful to the Coffs Harbour Local Council who have continually backed us with major grants and the provision of Professional advice from their staff at all levels.
Without Coffs Harbour Council's help over the years the Coffs Harbour Men's Shed would have struggled to provide the on-going service to it's members and community, and would not be in the enviable position of having one of the largest facilities in Australia. With a 20 year lease we can look forward to a continued service to the community and the people who will benefit the most, our members."
Alan Larkin, President Coffs Harbour Community Men's Shed, 2017
Day One in the New Shed 22nd May 2012
As a consequence of the 'temporary' status of the phone changeover, please use this mobile number to contact the shed:
0473 216 418
We've Moved... 21st May 2012
A big thanks to all the members and volunteers who gave up their precious time.
Many members showed up every day to help. You know who you are...
The 'OLD' shed is empty, and the 'NEW' shed at Howard Street is being fitted to accommodate more members, better facilities, more office space, and new areas for future projects and member's needs.
Behind the scenes the Committee is ensuring that all the financial and legal responsibilities are being met. Soon the car park will be converted to a bitumen base thanks to the Coffs Harbour City Council, the NBN is being organised, grants are being pursued to pay for all the new extras required, and some members are taking a well earned breakafter 18 months of tremendous effort.
Barbeque with Rotary April 12 2017
Rotary held a joint barbeque with shed members at the New Shed.
On the night of April 12 the Coffs harbour Rotary Club held a barbeque dinner with members of the Coffs Harbour Mens Shed at the new Mens Shed in Howard Street.
The evening was well represented and served as an introduction of the New Mens Shed to Rotary members, who were suitably impressed.
Several guests took photos of the evening, including some update shot of the internals of the New Shed.
Click to view photos of the night
A BIG Thankyou...
The Coffs Harbour and Districts Riding for the Disabled
has sent the Men's Shed a Certificate of Appreciation for our generous donation of $250.
Gillian from Riding for the Disabled was absolutely thrilled to receive this donation. This great charity struggles for recognition asd is one of the few charities that really puts all it's money and efforts directly to good use. Disabled youngsters get to go horse riding and spend time on the farm (or ranch) which helps them personally and immediately.
We wish them well and future success.
Presentation by Tony Goninan to Bill Denham
and the Cex Car Club.
Mon. April 3rd, 2017.
On behalf of the Coffs Mens Shed, Wayne Crivell and Tony Goninan constructed and finished a solid rosewood jewel box as a donation to one of our ongoing sponsors, the Cex Car Club, for their efforts in raising a large amount of money for donation of equipment desperately needed at the oncology department of our local hospital.
The jewel box was presented on Mon. April 3rd and was gratefully accepted by the club.
A plaque depicting the contribution of the Mens Shed will be attached to one of the stands donated.
Extreme thanks from the car club has been passed on to the Mens Shed through Tony, for their community contribution.
The Coffs Harbour Community Men's Shed is an important meeting place which provides a friendly environment where men of different ages and cultures come together to socialise, share life experiences and skills.
If you want to know more about our shed click here for details: Contact Us
Marcia Street Mens Shed Video by Les Grant
Over the last few years Coffs Harbour mens Shed Member Les Grant has taken some excellent footage on his Canon 5D MII. It highlights the Mens Shed work area, with members working on their projects.
As of April 2017 the Mens Shed is moving to a much larger, purpose built shed, so having this footage for the archives is a great present.
If you watch carefully you can notice a myriad of projects and techniques, with members using many of the available industry sized equipment. Indeed, there is a lot more to offer than is shown in this video. Notice the teamwork and education of younger members.
Healthy Ageing - Get Involved
Humans are social creatures and we need contact with others to feel good about life. This is more important after retirement when the work social contacts cease.
There are a lot of ways to stay connected to the wider community. The Coffs Harbour Community Men’s Shed is interested in hearing from you because we believe you have many skills and knowledge to share with our members.
Being a member of our Shed is a great way to get involved in your community and
work in an area that interests you.
First meeting held in new Shed.
Tim Richardson, a rep for AEG Brand tools donates $2,000 worth of retail electrical tools. Bunning’s Team Tahini (pictured) matched the donation with similar tools, donating AEG, Hart and Empire Brand tools.
Vinyl Tile Donation
This afternoon the Collector's Club presented the Coffs Harbour Men's Shed President, Alan with a cheque for $250.
The Coffs Harbour Community Men's Shed has a new woodworking machine thanks to a successful grant of $4370 from ETC http://www.etcltd.com.au/