Third Agers hammer down their first partnership with the Cornfield Men’s Shed

Third Agers hammer down their first partnership with the Cornfield Men’s Shed

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TWO groups of retired members from Causeway u3a recently completed a series of workshops on making garden items at the Cornfield Men’s shed in Ballysally.

This is the first partnership between the men’s shed and the u3a and it was a great success.

“We had a short talk back in 2020 about the award winning Cornfield Project and we visited and saw a great opportunity for co-operation, availing of the woodwork facilities and the expertise they had,” commented u3a Venie Martin.

“Covid intervened, but when restrictions were lifted, we made a plan together for woodwork skills which was offered to u3a members and which proved very popular.”

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