BEAST SHEDS PROVIDE FOOD STORAGE SOLUTION FOR WITHYWOOD COMMUNITY CENTRE | Beast Sheds Blog


 

UK-based bespoke garden sheds and summer house specialists team up with volunteer-based charity to keep valuable service to help the needy on track.

Beast Sheds (www.beastsheds.co.uk), a family-run company established over 15 years ago and committed to manufacturing high-quality tantalised and standard wooden sheds in the United Kingdom, recently announced it will be utilizing a patch of ground at the back of The Withywood Community Centre for a 24-foot by 10-foot shed.

The purpose is to store food donated by individuals, groups and local shops that give to the centre in order to provide food and essentials to people struggling and in dire need. The Withywood Community Centre is itself home to The Carpenter’s Foodstore and is also a satellite branch of the Matthew Tree Project (www.the-matthew-tree-project.org), located on Queens Road in Bristol.

“Withywood Community Centre has given us a patch of ground at the back of the facility, which has allowed us to put a 24 x 10 shed there,” adds a Beast Sheds representative. “This size allows the storage we need in our ongoing efforts to keep this invaluable service on track. Nothing matters more than providing for those struggling to find food, essentials and advice on how to make ends meet when they’re in dire need.”

Beast Sheds deals at low factory prices and directly with the public, ensuring its client base that they use only the finest materials available while taking pride in its own attention to detail. All of the company’s timber buildings are crafted by hand in Beast Sheds’ workshops, allowing customization of timber buildings to suit specific client requirements. The company’s impressive shed selection encompasses garden, security, hi-pex, summer house, special and storage sheds in addition to mobility scooter, motorbike, bike, gym, workshop, office, grass roof, bespoke, dog kennel and potting sheds.

The Withywood Centre (www.withywoodcentre.co.uk) represents a community building owned and managed by South Bristol Church and Community Trust (SBCCT), a “multifunctional community asset” situated along the number 75 and 36 bus routes with parking for up to 75 vehicles. The building is fully accessible and calls itself home to a plethora of service providers including Megabytes Internet Café, The Withywood Church, Amelia Nutt Clinic, South Bristol Advice Services (SBAS) and more. The Centre remains a hub of activity, playing host to various support, sporting, recreational and community groups.

The Matthew Tree Project was born out of a person-centered vision to effect “true and lasting community transformation of the most deprived wards” in the United Kingdom’s cities. As a Bristol-based charity, the organization is taking a different approach to addressing poverty – and food poverty – from that of the “dominant food banks model.”

Beast Sheds’ head office is located at Unit 2 Second Avenue, Green Lane Ind Est, Birmingham, West Midlands, B9 5QP and can be reached by calling 0845 230 74340845 230 7434. For more information visit www.beastsheds.co.uk.

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Neil McLiddy works at Beast Sheds, He’s had alot of experience in manufacturing high quality tanalised & standard wooden sheds.  He offers advice and tips from Sheds, DIY, Home Improvements to Gardening.