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Today we were lucky enough to have access to our new shed for a quick look! On site to answer our qustions were George Pudland, the Project Coordinator from the Town of Cambridge, along with his assistant Aron, a representative from the build contractor and the Chief Architect. The roof structure is complete and the insulation and roof sheeting will be in place by the end of the week. I was surprised how much larger the shed seemed close up. The quality of the building is apparent and is sure to be an asset to the local community for a very long time.
Site preparation works are underway for the construction of the Cambridge Community Shed, which will be built within the Lake Monger recreation precinct in Wembley. The removal of the old parks depot building, irrigation re-location, and tree lopping have cleared the site ready for construction which is due to commence in late July. Cambridge Mayor Keri Shannon said the Town had been working with the Rotary Club of Cambridge to establish this important community facility. “We are pleased to finally start to build a Community Shed in the Town of Cambridge,” she said. “The work produced by members at the Community Shed can be a project of their own or a project that responds to a need in our local community. “The Community Shed will expand on the successful Men’s Shed initiative and welcome everyone in the Cambridge community to benefit from the local hub. “The Men’s Shed movement has become one of the most powerful tools in addressing health and wellbeing and helping men participate in