I have been attending the Burgess Hill Shed for about three years now and to date have made a variety of items all of which have given me great satisfaction and pride. My background is not practical or technical. I spent 40 years in Education firstly in the classroom and then more in the management […]
Dear Shed members.I’ve just managed to get back to the UK so the current situation was a bit of a shock. Does anyone know any local garden nurseries, hardware shops and timber suppliers who are open i.e., provide a good online and delivery service? Most seem to be closed or are only willing to supply […]
Craig, from India and working on his Kayak, says: ‘ Been back for a few weeks now and as far as the virus is concerned just in time. The kayak is progressing well and am now waiting for the weather to warm up a bit more in order to glassfibre and epoxy coat the hull. […]
Before I retired, I always wondered what I would do to occupy my time once freed from the busy routine of working life. Over thirty years ago, I had made my son a toy fort and had since harboured romantic visions of becoming a latter-day Geppetto, imagining myself white-haired and with a steaming mug of […]
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My body limits me a lot so what to do, I can drive the car in isolation, go into the garden when the sun comes out. A car treasure hunt? A Daily Chat on whatever subject comes to mind, Look forward to any ideas. From David Friend