The Gloucester men in sheds team assisted the Gloucester City Council in the planning and restoration of the bird aviary in Gloucester Park. See Facebook Gloucester City Council 3rd December 2021 post
The team repainted the structure, produced the murals and constructed the wooden flower planters
Phil the mural painter
Birds inspecting new surroundings
Another Milestone for Me in Sheds reached, our team have fitted the first of three sections of a Mud Kitchen
It Fits Here
Please see the Youtube video of our shed and team at the Butterfly Garden, kindly provided by a Third-year student journalist at the University of Gloucestershire.
Click on link: Men in Sheds Cheltenham
At short notice the Butterfly Garden Shed team produce an easel for a presentation at the Everyman Theatre Cheltenham
Easel construction in workshop
Easel in Use at the Everyman Theatre Cheltenham
Our team at the Butterfly Garden Shed have produced the first of a series of planters for the Bishops Cleeve Parish Council.
Planter Bishop Cleeve
Salvation Army Prayer Box
Made for the Salvation Army Community Church Cheltenham by the Men in Sheds, The box is used for any prayer requests which are sent to the Prayer Team.
Shed for the storage of an Adult Tricycle
Our most recent project, a shed for the storage of an adult Tricycle
Our Gloucester Team assisted Longfield Hospice Charity with their Chrstmas Tree recycling project.
Assisting Longfield Hospice Charity loading
Recycling Christmas Trees
The link below is to a short video made recently at the Cheltenham – Butterfly Garden Shed . The video was made by a 3rd year journalism student from Gloucester University. As part of her coursework focussing on Cheltenham clubs and societies.
Youtube – Men in Sheds Cheltenham
Our members thank the GCC for the Grant, which covers the Shed’s marketing materials, including brochures, cards, posters, gazebo etc.
Two projects construct by a shed member for the Aspire Springers Trampoline Club, whose membership age range from Primary School children to Young Adults. Their
activities range from trampoline training to competitions.
Competition Barrier Posts
Thanks to all those involved in the quilt stands, once again a project manufactured on time 48 uprights and 48 horizontal bars. The stands where built to support a quilt exhibition, which was held 31st August – 1st September at the Woodmancote Village Hall. The exhibition raised over £3000 for Maggies Cancer Centre and the Butterfly Garden.