Held on the first Friday of every month at the Gosport Discovery Centre, ground floor community table (near the café).
This group is run by the Extended Primary Care Team and is open to any men over the age of 50.
Come and join us for a chat, make friends and be sociable.
Dates: Friday 5 July, 2 August, 6 September, 4 October, 8 November and 6 December 2019.
Online information and advice regarding all types of men’s health issues.
Fareham Men’s Shed provides a place where people, especially men, can share time, ideas and activities.
Fareham Men’s Shed currently meet on Mondays to Thursdays between 10am and 3pm but starting from Friday 4th May 2018 we will be extending our opening hours to include Fridays. This will be for a trial period and if successful will become permanent. So for the trial period our opening hours will be Monday to Friday 10am to 3pm.
A membership fee applies.
Fareham Men’s Shed is located within:-
Titchfield Festival Theatre
73 St Margarets Lane
Titchfield PO14 4BG.
The Gosport Shed provides workshop facilities and a friendly meeting place for older men. It is available for community projects and for members’ own projects and hobbies.
A small membership fee applies.
The Gosport Shed is normally open from 9.00am – 4.00pm on Monday to Friday.
We are located in the grounds of St Vincent College, Gosport Po12 4AQ, and can be found by going into the northerly (of two) entrance in Mill Lane, and then bearing left; we are next to the woodworking workshop.
Information and advice concerning men’s health issues.
Walking Football is a variant of association football that is aimed at keeping people aged over 50 involved with football if, due to a lack of mobility or for other reason, they are not able to play the traditional game. The main differences between walking football and the standard game are two key rules: No running and no slide tackling. With plenty of breaks, participants enjoy a safe and enjoyable return to football.
Gosport Borough FC
Mon 1-2pm 3G pitch
Tue 7-8pm £3 3G pitch
Offering support to men in the UK, of any age, who are down or in crisis via our helpline, webchat and website.
Charity working to improve the care and welfare of those affected by prostate cancer, also providing information and guidance.
Orchid provides a National Male Cancer Telephone Helpline for anyone worried or affected by male cancer. This is a free service and is staffed by Orchid Male Cancer Information Nurse Specialists.
Drop-in centre or pre-booked appointments available to anyone with concerns about cancer, located at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Cosham.