Local men from the Carse of Gowrie and District (Scotland) formed a steering group and set up a Men’s Shed which is currently based in Swan House, Technology Park, Dundee (See bottom of this page for links to a map).
We have a video on YouTube describing our shed.
We also have a YouTube video taken at our open day on 25th March 2017
The Men’s Shed is an idea which originated in Australia, to create somewhere men can call their own, where they can spend time with other men sharing skills, knowledge and interests in a relaxed environment.
Men’s sheds provide a place for men to gather and participate in a variety of activities whilst supporting each other.
The concept is now starting to take off in Scotland so if you or someone you know would like to be involved in this exciting project or to find out more about the “Carse of Gowrie and District Men’s Shed”
If you have any questions or comments please contact our Shed Secretary Brian Gauld.
Email: [email protected]
Phone : 07841286946
Email The Men's Shed at : [email protected]
The Men’s Shed project is supported by Perth and Kinross Healthy Communities Collaborative joint partners with NHS Tayside and Perth and Kinross Council, Scotland.
If any other group is interested in setting up a Men's Shed in their own area we are happy to give you advice based on our own experience.
We now have a temporary 'home' in the 'Aviva building' ie Swan House, The Technology Park, Dundee, DD2 1GB. We have several rooms, including a meeting room with computing facilities, workshops for joinery, wood turning, and metalwork, and our new kitchen. Photos of the accommodation are available in our Photo Gallery.
The group is meeting every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon from 1.00 to 4.00pm. Mondays are 'mixed' ie men and women members whilst Wednesdays and Fridays are now for men only. Please feel free to come and see what we have to offer- a good time for new people would be about 1.30pm. The Building is accessed via the turn off from Explorer Rd. Street View.
The map shows where we are.
Web site last updated 20 April 2017