Ballinteer Men’s Shed are celebrating their one-year anniversary.
They held an open day at Dundrum FC Clubhouse in Meadowbrook recently to celebrate their achievements over the last 12 months.
There was plenty of tea, coffee, biscuits and chats on offer, and local politicians including Minister Shane Ross and Catherine Martin TD were in attendance.
Photo collages from all the group’s activities and days out were on show, as well as a 10-minute video that gave the packed room a real insight of what a local men’s shed means to its members.
Speaking at the event in Ballinteer, founder and secretary Sean Mc Loughlin said: “I am very grateful to Dundrum FC for allowing us the use of their clubhouse.
“The lads at the club have been nothing but supportive of the Ballinteer Men’s Shed over the past 12 months, only for them we may not sitting here one year later.
“It has been a joy to meet men of different backgrounds and personalities since establishing the Ballinteer Men’s Shed in April 2017 and watching the friendships that have developed since.”
It is open to all men, regardless of age, ability or background.
If you have any queries, contact Sean Mc Loughlin on 086 353 7654.