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Health for all, Changing Lives, Transforming communities


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Menspace engages local men, including older men, men with learning disabilities and poor mental health or experiencing isolation, in healthy, energising activities. Opportunities to participate in horticulture, woodwork, confidence building, film-making and community radio improve health and reduce isolation. 

The project creates pathways to opportunities for further learning, volunteering and employment. 

Locations include the HFA Skills Hub in the grounds of Cranmore & Raylands Community Centre which offers a facility for construction, crafts, woodwork.  The project also runs groups in two local allotments and additional community venues across the city.


 For more information, contact Martin Brennan on 07432 702911.

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