About the Shed

Welcome to our site, here you will find all the information needed on who we are, what we are about, links to useful services, photos, and much much more.

A special mention to the Men who make the time and effort to be part of this journey.

What is a mens shed

A ‘men’s shed’ is a community based project, where men can come together to learn, share skills and make long-lasting friendships together.

Members presently meet every Tuesday night for two hours. Our ambition is to have the shed open on a daily basis.

The programme varies from week to week but members enjoy a cup of tea, a game of cards, pool or a sing-song when no formal programme is arranged.​

News

Activities

Ballaghaderreen Men’s Shed provides different activities, We are into film making, photography, crafts, storytelling, music, online presentations, connecting with sheds on the International stage.

Carpentry, wood-turning and copper and metal work are some of the many skills practiced in the workshop.

The upstairs room is used for meetings, discussions, courses, computer work, pool, cards, conversation and general craic.

The shed is open to facilitate any member wishing to come in during the day to learn, teach or practice new skills.

Application form

Join the Ballaghaderreen Men's Shed

Please fill out this application form if you wish to join. You can also download the application form from HERE if you want to print it out and come visit us in person!

Ballaghaderreen Men’s Shed wish to publicly acknowledge the ongoing support .

Ballaghaderreen Diaspora
Our Landlord Mr Tony Killoran
Roscommon County Council
HSE
National Lottery
Vinci Energy Foundation
The Community Foundation for Ireland
Pride of Place 2020
Irish Mens Shed Association
Ballaghaderreen Business Community
Ballaghaderreen Town Team
RTE Comic Relief

Our stories are reguarly featured both on Digital and Print Media. We greatly apprecaite the exposure of a happy positive group of men. 

RTE Nationwide
Midwest Radio
Shannonside Radio, Lets Talk
Roscommon Herald
Roscommon People
Western People
Farmers Journal
Ballaghaderreen Echoes
Church Bulletin
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