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Men in Sheds build new fun assault course for Nash students

July 28 2013


The Men in Sheds group from Eltham and Penge came to Livability’s Nash College the week of 8th July 2013 to build an assault course for its students.

Volunteers Huntley, Ken, Terry, Fred, JJ and Bill all worked hard in the searing heat to complete a fantastic assault course with steps, under and over beam frame, tyre obstacles, netball and balance beam set in Nash’s wonder woodlands down by a relaxing pond and BBQ area.

88 year old Bill in particular did not let the heat stop him from building the new resource.

Nash College of Further Education caters for young people with disabilities and is based at Croydon Road, Hayes, Bromley, BR2 7AG.

The Men’s Sheds association encourages men aged 60 years and over to work together on a range of practical activities with the main focus being on wood-working and furniture restoration. More information can be found on their website.

Student Philip enjoying the new assault courseMore information about Nash College can be found at www.nashcollege.org.uk.

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