It's available for use by men who simply wish to socialise or to carry out projects of their own, or join in with projects, learn new skills or just do their own thing.
Map - red - Inverurie and District Men's Shed. green -polytunnel in the grounds of the former site of Harlaw Day Centre.
We have a Craft Room which is used for model making and other similar activities.
Our main Workshop houses machines for both metalworking and woodworking.
In our portacabins we have a well-equiped kitchen, toilet facilities and a social area, complete with a wood burning stove.
Completing the last part of the jigsaw, the Cabin was officially opened by Alex Salmond in December 2016. It's used for reading, blethering, playing in our Board Games Leagues, snoozing, drinking tea and snacking.
We have a polytunnel in the Community Space at the former Harlaw Day Centre. It was officially opened by Jim McColl (of BBC TV's Beechgrove Garden) in June 2016. This is the first Men's Shed Polytunnel in Aberdeenshire. Members are busy growing a wide range of vegetables, flowers etc.
The 'Welcome Pack' is available to download as an Adobe Acrobat PDF document.
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The 'IDMS Constitution' is available to download as an Adobe Acrobat PDF document.
£10482.10 from the People's Postcode Trust
Permanent premises at Unit 19, Harlaw Way, Inverurie
Funding through grants and other financial support