Contact Us

For further information please leave a message on the form below.

Alternatively please contact Men In Sheds Bedford’s Secretary (Steve Conway).

Email is the easiest way to get hold of him. He checks this a lot, even when on holiday πŸ™‚

Email: sc@steveconway.net

Failing that, text messaging him is best: Mobile:Β 0780 5775828

Alternatively, if you want a chat, Committee member Dave is available on 07716 180784

Or we are even on Facebook – if you really want to torture us.


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If you have to phone, and leave a voicemail, for the love of all that is good, please speak your phone number clearly, twice if you would definitely like a call back.

Men In Sheds Bedford is proud to support the community wherever we can. We like fixing broken stuff too, but you will probably need to bring it to our shed. Contact us first for a discussion.

Please note that we are unlikely to be able to do DIY jobs at peoples’ homes as our insurance does not really cover any problems that might occur.

19 Responses to Contact Us

  1. G Amodio says:

    At Steve Conway

    I am interested in joining men in shed Bedford, I have left you 2 messages in your voicemail, you have not responded, I have made 2 trips the Althorpe street, but there is no one there, question is has it ceased?

    Your response would be greatly appreciated

    Thank you

    • admin says:

      Sorry BT voicemail is not really working at the moment.
      I don’t understand why you have been to the annex (Art Centre) and not seen us. There has been people there on Monday (10:00 – 16:00), Tuesday (10:00 – 13:00) and Thursday (10:00 – 13:00). As well at other times.
      We alway recommend visiting on Monday between 10:00 – 12:00, as the machines are not on and we can hear each other speak πŸ™‚
      Let me know if that is suitable.

  2. John R Morrell says:

    My name is John. I am 65, retired, and have lived in Bedford for 35 years. Would it be possible to visit your shed and talk to someone about your organisation? I can be contacted either on the email address given below or on my mobile 0xxxxxxxx.

    Thank you for your time. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to your members and their families.

    Regards, John

  3. michael lamont says:

    Hi Steve I’ve been trying to call you about volunteering with you but keeps going to answer machine please could you call me on (hidden) so we can discuss things further look forward to hearing from you

  4. Keith Clark says:

    Today I donated a small toolbox full of Centre lathe turners tools that had lain unused in my workshop for 20 years since retiring from a life time spent as a reluctant CL turner when my first love had ,and still is, woodwork, sadly self taught. I hope you find more use for them than I ever did, I have a lathe clock as well I will bring along when I come following the upheaval of moving all our stuff from a gallon pot to a pint sized place

    • Steve Conway says:

      Hi Keith, thank you for the donation. We would been keen to gain knowledge from your wood working skills, if you would be prepared to help us?
      Kind regards
      Steve Conway

  5. Michael hall says:

    Hi is there any chance to come along and have a look, thanks.

  6. adrian says:

    Can you use some workshop equipment ?

    I particularly need to find a home for a Rapidor power hacksaw but might be able to offer some other things too.

  7. Mike Pearson says:

    Hi Steve,
    I am interested in joining but can find no mention of costs.
    Β£40/month for something similar in Central Cambridge seems very steep to a retired Yorkshireman like me..

    • Steve Conway says:

      Hi Mike,
      The cost is a joining fee of ten pounds, and an annual cost of fifteen pounds. Oh and 10p for a cuppa πŸ™‚
      Please drop in on any Monday for a chat, I am sure you will be persuaded that it is very good value for money.
      Kind regards
      Steve Conway

  8. Veronica Ebanks says:

    Hi Steve

    Following from our brief phone conversation today about volunteering opportunities with Restorative Solutions (RS) Bedfordshire.

    RS Bedfordshire in partnership with Beds. Police, deliver Restorative Justice approaches to victims of crime and anti-social behaviour.

    We would like to discuss volunteering opportunities with yourself and your members.
    Please feel free to contact:

    Anneth

  9. I wonder if your group could make use of this;
    A car recently collided with me as I was pushing my bike over a zebra crossing. There appears to be superficial damage – a bent brake lever, chainguard smashed, dynamo bent, etc., – but the bike proves unusable as the wheels won’t go round πŸ™‚ I’m not technical or practical and can’t begin to repair it and will need to buy a new bike, but I don’t want to just throw this bike away. It may be easily repairable, or parts could be reused.
    Please let me know if you would like it, I can deliver, but if it’s not suitable for your group, I will take it to the tip.

    • Steve Conway says:

      Thanks for the offer Peggy, I will check to see if someone would like to take this on, and get back to you.
      Steve Conway

  10. Steve says:

    Please post a message, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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