Hi, I’m Mick and I set up Shedkwick CIC as during the pandemic it became clear that a lot of people were facing challenges with their mental health. With the aim of helping people through tough times, Shedkwick CIC provides a safe, all-inclusive space for people to come together and have a go at gardening and woodwork projects – some people move on to helping people in the local community, taming overgrown gardens and repairing collapsed fences and dilapidated sheds. Shedkwick CIC also offer a pop-up shed event for other organisations in the local community – we’d be happy to come along and engage with you. Please get in touch if you would like to get involved in our friendly group or would like to us to provide a pop-up event.
Areas: Ashford and surrounding areas
Last Updated: 8th December, 2022
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