On Saturday we attended a driveway sale run by Townhill Park Residents Association where we also delivered a mobile library box that they had comissioned us to build.

Sand Pit Lid

Pavilion Pirate Pre School recently asked if we could make them a lid for their very popular sandpit, the only problem was a tree growing thorough the middle of it.

Here is what we delivered to them today

The Usual Suspects

Yesterday, Rosie from Light UP Drama asked us for some help with scenery for her up and coming performance of Chicago, so today we made her some of these (models not included)

  • Busy Day at the shed

    We had a busy day at the shed on Tuesday, we built two raised beds for a local primmry school

  • and this outdoor dining table for a local customer

  • Raised Beds

    earlier this week, we installed some raised beds at Bursledon Railway Station,

  • they have now been planted with Sunflowers and Cosmos by the children of Buttercups pre school which they have grown from seed,

  • they'll need watering but will soon look great

Berrywood School Play-shop

Today we delivered the newlyconstructed play shop for the Year R's at Berrywood school in Hedge End. They are going to have a lovely surprise after their Easter Holiday.

If any other schools or playgroups in the area want something similar contact us at info@eastleighmensshed.co.uk.

or come along and meet us at the Botley Community Centre on Saturday 18th May more details to follow soon

What have we been building lately?

So the Mystery is now over, We Built five of these large Toy Storage Boxes for the Year R Playground at Berrywood School in Hedfe End. we also adapted a wooden workbench for them.

Our next project for them is going to be a wooden playshop, watch this space for more news

More planters for local railway stations

This month we have delivered four large planters to Eastleigh Railway Station and another two to Millbrook station. As usual they were commissioned by Three Rivers Community Rail Partnership who we have been working wiyth for nearly four years, they are a great team of local volunteers who give up their time to keep our local stations looking as good as they do

Heavy Duty Planters

This week we completed work on and delivered three large wheelchair friendly planters to Countess Mountbatten Hospice in West End. they are going to be used by patients during physiotherapy / ocupational health sessions. We hope they will give lots of pleasure to all that use and see them. If we can help anyone else with siniler projects please get in touch andi@eastleighmensshed.co.uk




Busy days at Shed

Today we sent a three man team to Berrywood Primary School, to replace a rotten wooden surround to one of the bamboo trees, it now looks good with it's new deck surround. meanwhile back at the shed the guys were giving the school car a fresh coat of paint, should be ready for its MOT tomorrow. Chris and Ken are working on the EBC info board and Graham with his electrical repairs. more commissioned projects to be completed tomorrow and next week including raised beds and a woodstore.

A New Name for our Train

What a good evening 3 Rivers had last night at Chandlers Ford Station.

They had a steady stream of visitors and passengers come and partake in some seasonal food and drink, which helped to promote the work of the partnership at the station. 

A competition was run to name the new wooden train planter on the old platform, with the winning name of “Fordy” being picked randomly out of a box. Well done to Julie, who came up with this fitting name, and we shall be sending her a prize in the New Year. She has also started us thinking about putting spring bulbs into the planter in the next few weeks to start bringing the train into its proper use!