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The Tatura Guardian - - News - Tatura Men’s Shed is at 157-161 Ross St, Tatura. For more in­for­ma­tion, phone 5824 1089 or email

Tatura Men’s Shed mem­bers gath­ered on Thurs­day to en­joy the quiet and get on with all projects at hand.

Ev­ery Tues­day mem­bers of the shed gather for a home-cooked meal, leav­ing the Thurs­day for mem­bers to get the hard work done.

The gen­tle­man in at­ten­dance on Thurs­day all agreed they en­joyed the laid-back feel and time to fo­cus on their lat­est mas­ter­pieces.

Mem­bers have ac­cess to a va­ri­ety of tools, cups of tea and cof­fee and the knowl­edge of fel­low mem­bers who can help make the piece they have been work­ing on that lit­tle bit ex­traspe­cial.

Whether your hobby is an­i­mal tan­ning, build­ing, weld­ing or re­fur­bish­ing, the Tatura Men’s Shed has some­thing for all to con­quer.

Catch­ing up: Den­nis Watts and Max Smith have a chat. Pic­tures: Madeleine Cac­cian­iga

Ex­pert guid­ance: Tony Boc­ca­bella helps a mem­ber out with his weld­ing skills.

Work­ing hard: Harry Whyte cuts wood to build a re­cep­tion desk.

Proud: Mal Watts shows off his lat­est tan­ning mas­ter­piece.

Con­cen­tra­tion: Ian Deav­ille fin­ishes off a pic­nic ta­ble.

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