Warwick Men’s Shed members Dennis Sanders, Neil Sims and Ian Stevens man the sausage sizzle at Bunnings on Saturday.
Warwick Men’s Shed members Dennis Sanders, Neil Sims and Ian Stevens man the sausage sizzle at Bunnings on Saturday. Linden Morris

Men hard at work in the shed

WITH their new home ready to go and their membership now doubled the guys from Warwick Men's Shed are looking for new projects to get their hands dirty.

Treasurer John Wode said they had a few things on the go but were always looking for more.

"At the moment we are making a dozen tables for Bonney's Tutorials," Mr Wode said.

Neil Sims said they also had an upcoming Driver Reviver project.

"The last time everything was left there the fridge and food was stolen so we are going to build a secure area so everything can stay on site again," he said.

"We also plan to make wooden toys for underprivileged kids and put them under the Rose City Shoppingworld Christmas tree or deliver them to organisations like the Salvos."

Mr Wode said initiatives like the sausage sizzle the group held at the weekend had a dual purpose.

"It is not just about raising money but about getting us known to the public," he said.

Any community group looking for manpower should contact secretary Mick Chillcott on 4661 4494.



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