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Rob’s Story – Lost and Found


Shed member Rob M. had no idea he would attract national media attention when he unearthed a World War One Medal in his backyard in Fremantle some 40 years ago. Rob has managed to track down surviving relatives of the Yorkshire Infantryman, and the medal will soon be on its way to England in a hand crafted sheoak box. In…

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Goldstar Transport Supporting The Community


When Don Watson’s son Murray contacted the Shed to offer his assistance with the move to Jandakot, wheels were set in motion. A brief visit to the bustling Goldstar Transport yard in Welshpool to meet with Managing Director Sean Carren culminated in an offer to use one of Goldstar’s specialised crane trucks free of charge. Murray (pictured above) is a…

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Thankyou Paul


If there was ever an example of a diamond in the rough, Paul Inkley fits the bill. Paul is the owner and operator of local transport company DPI Carriers, and when he found out that we required assistance in the move to new Shed, he immediately offered his time and the use of his seven ton curtainsider truck. During the…

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Planters to Coobie Library


The Mens Shed has just completed four planter boxes for the Coolbellup Library. It was a team effort by the Shed members and thanks go to Andre F., Sam D., David D., Rob Mc., Keith H. and Ross J. for their efforts in completing the planters on time and on budget. Nice work guys!

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New Links to the Community


Links are being forged with established community groups. The new Shed has been designed from the ground up to facilitate a creative “multi use” approach to this valuable community resource. Construction should be completed by February 2017. There’s never been a more exciting time to be a shedder….

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