The Shed750


Ever wished that you could just "go to the shed" even though you don't have one? The Shed is a men's group from Frimley Baptist Church who meet together so we can try new stuff, some outdoorsy and sporty, or so we can catch up over a pint. New members are always welcome.

Recent events have included:

  • tour of Hogs Back Brewery
  • climbing night at Craggy Island, Guildford
  • curry night out
  • Screentime - slot cars, Wii and XBox

We are also affiliated to Christian Vision for Men.

Events 2019

The following events are planned for 2019 (some dates or times may change - please check the Calendar for most up-to-date information):
Saturday 16 February - Men's Breakfast - 8.00 am
Simple formula of either a fried or healthier alternative breakfast, in good company in the FBC church hall.  A chance to catch up with the rest of the Shed lads.

Saturday 2 March - Screentime - 2.00-4.00 pm
The massive digital Scalextrix, XBOXs and Pac-man are back.  Joined by remote control car challenge and pool. Still a free event, with the option to donate to the foodbank if you wish.
Saturday 11 May - Men's Breakfast - 8.00 am
Back by popular demand, another chance to meet up for breakfast with the rest of the Shed lads.

Friday 14 June - Footgolf - 7.30 pm
Warm summer's evening, try something new after work by having a go at Footgolf at Frimley Lodge, and onwards to the 19th hole!

Saturday 12 October - Wine Tasting - 8.00-11.00 pm

Join us at an informal sampling of a few different wines to see which is most to your taste, and if seeing the bottle first changes your favourite. Venue tba.

Saturday 16 November - Curry Night - 8.00-11.00 pm
Ahead of the rush of Christmas do's, there's always room for one more curry with your mates.

For details of these or future events, please contact the Office or go to our Facebook page.

For our closed Facebook page, please click here.

NB Cycling - Since cycling days change sometimes, please email shed so we can include you in our Whatsapp group for any timing changes or extra cycle events.