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Shed heaven: The workshops turning men's lives around
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11 May 2017
On 11 May 2017 BBC News reported:
For some men, retirement is a long-awaited chance to travel the world, hit the golf course, or take up a new hobby. For others, after decades in work, it can be a time of loneliness and isolation. But across Scotland, a new movement is helping growing numbers of men improve their health and their mood. Men's Sheds have been set up across the country to enable men to come together to pursue practical interests like wood-turning and metalwork. A new report by the charity outlines the impact the initiative has had on the lives of those who use the sheds. In The Shed Effect, men describe why they first turned to their local shed and how it has changed their lives.
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ONLINE: The Scottish Men's Sheds Association or http://scottishmsa.org.uk/ where one can see locations of Sheds, how to start a Shed, etc. The 'website has many sections with over 40 pages of Shed information and links.'
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