Eastleigh Men’s Shed is a not-for-profit group based in Hamble.
Mark Miller, Three Rivers Community Rail Partnership Officer, praised Eastleigh Men’s Shed volunteers for their dedication: “The Men’s Shed have been working on this project for some time, and we are delighted with the finished product – a wooden train planter.”
“Name our Train” competition
Mark Miller explains that volunteers will fill the train planter with plants in the spring. However, in the meantime, the train needs a name.
Consequently, at the Chandler’s Ford Station mulled wine and mince pie evening on Wednesday 14 December 2016, between 15.30 and 19.30, Three Rivers will be holding a “Name our Train” competition.
Mark Miller invites people from Chandler’s Ford to come along, enjoy festive cheers, and also give them your ideas. The winner will be picked at the end of the evening.
Three Rivers: Christmas at Chandler’s Ford Station: Wednesday 14th December 2016 from 3.30pm to 7.30pm
About Eastleigh Men’s Shed
Eastleigh Men’s Shed was established early in 2014, by its four founder members Hugh, Bryan, Graham and Andi. The group now has over 20 members, who meet at their Hamble base at least three days per week.
Eastleigh Mens Shed is a larger version of the typical man’s shed in the garden – a place where he feels at home and pursues practical interests with a high degree of autonomy.
Image credit: Images via Three Rivers Community Rail Partnership.
— Eastleigh Mens Shed (@EastleighShed) December 8, 2016