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Yate Men's Shed Covid Restart 2021


All dates below are subject to meeting the UK lockdown exit criteria


Dates and rules extracted from WWW.GOV.UK - COVID-19 Response - Spring 2021


Step 1

29/03/2021

Groups of up to 6 plan to meet outside – suggest Sunnyside playing fields. Multiple groups (if

necessary) may socially distance to comply with legislation.


12/04/2021

Trustees will investigate safe venues for groups of up to 6 to meet and eat and drink outside.


Step 2

17/05/2021

Possible to arrange an outdoor meeting for up to 30 members (weather permitting).


Step 3

21/06/2021

21/06/2021 YMS AGM  starting 2pm at  The Armadillo, Opposite Morrisons Supermarket

05/07/2021 onwards - re-open sessions in Yate Parish Hall for Monday afternoons.

Agree with Armadillo YMS would like to attend on Thursdays.

Possible outdoor meetings when weather permits.


All dates subject to government guidelines, restart roadmap with any late changes available here at:-

www.yatemensshed.com


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Next YMS Outdoor meeting


10am onTuesday 4th May

(Weather & Covid Rules Dependant)


Sunnyside Playing Field

(Car Parking at Moorland Road Bowls Club

Please bring your own chair.

Groups will be split to meet Government guidelines

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A group of ‘Shedders’ greeted  the hearse, his wife Lesley and immediate family


We formed a line along the route as they approached the Waterside Chapel at Westerleigh Crematorium.


The Morris Minor van displayed our link with Steven and I hope was much appreciated by all.


Two ‘Yate Men’s Shed’ members joined the family for the service in the chapel afterwards.

Steven Ring passed away on 29th March 2021.

Today (29th April 2021) we paid our respects by forming a ‘Guard of Honour’ in the open air at Westerleigh Crematorium. His burial followed the service at the same venue.

Photo by Peter Smith