Working group set up to form Carrick-on-Suir Men's Shed

Seven men volunteer to form Men's Shed at public meeting

Working group set up to form Carrick-on-Suir Men's Shed

John McNamara, Brian Kelly and John Kelly at the public meeting

A working group has been formed to set up a Men's Shed in Carrick-on-Suir as a social and community outlet for the town's men.

The working group was formed at a public meeting attended by more than 40 people in the Old Mill Pub in Carrick-on-Suir last Thursday night. 

The Men's Shed public meeting was organised by Carrick-on-Suir & District Lions Club and was addressed by South East Advocate for the Irish Men's Shed Association Niall Nordell. 

Many at the meeting expressed interest in joining a Men's Shed and 7 local men volunteered that evening to form a ‘working-group’ to drive on this initiative with the support of the Carrick-on-Suir Lions Club and other local organisations. The next step is to try and secure suitable premises to operate from.

Check out the full story and pictures of the public meeting in this week’s issue of The Nationalist now in shops. 

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