The City of Adelaide will launch a new City Shed program, designed to get people “talking about everything from metal work to mental health”, and open to all DIY enthusiasts.
In order to fill the Shed with meaningful projects, the City has called for early childhood education and care (ECEC) services to send in items for repair, or requests for new items.
The community shed will be open to everyone and anyone, the City said, with men and women invited to get involved in a hands-on project and contribute to the community.
The project was instigated and championed by the Lord Mayor’s husband, Gregg Mitchell, and supported by Council.
“This isn’t just a Men’s Shed, anyone can get involved. The space will be a chance to share ideas and skills and to discuss your methods and pick up new techniques,” said Mr Mitchell.
Meeting every week, the group will first…