LOCAL GROUPS

The Men's Shed


Provide a venue for me to talk and connect with others while participating in a group and or individual projects.

To provide opportunities for friendship, social inclusion and socialising in a safe environment while at the same time the space, expertise and facilities for men to pursue hobbies, crafts and creativity and interest in heritage and culture.

To undertake projects acceptable to the group which are benefit to individuals, groups and the broader community, developing local citizenship or adding to community development for the benefit of the members and in turn the wider community.


Men will have the opportunity to meet and socialise with others in a ‘man to man’, ‘shoulder to shoulder environment. An atmosphere of doing things together will allow men to share their skills, to learn new skills and generally socialise and develop friendships in a friendly environment.

Members from all walks of life are welcome to join. The bond that unites them is that they are interested in doing something meaningful with their time.


Contact Leo Slevin, Sean McCaughey through the Facebook page here


Current Projects


The Mens Shed are currently in the middle of building two indigenous Fermanagh Cots through funding from Lough Erne Landscape Partnership through funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The men were held up on the build for the last two years because of the pandemic but its all hands on deck as it were to meet tyhe deadline for launch event in Enniskillen (date to be confirmed). For more information on the cot builds see Heritage Skills and Training offered by Lough Erne Landscape Partnership through funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

The training programme aims to offer volunteers, participants and partner organisations lifelong learning opportunities in training to develop existing skills or learn new skills, and acquire considerable natural and built heritage conservation experience leading to an increased pool of collective expertise and increased individual employability.



Today the sun shone bright and warm on the hull of the first of two indigenous Fermanagh Cots built by our very own Belleek Men’s Shed. It isn’t just a boat, it’s a Belleek built boat, built by men of Belleek, a work of art and a labour of love. It’s a nod to the past, a strong handshake to the present and a gift to the future. It’s their contribution to their heritage, their culture, and everyone who has supported or been involved in its build should applaud, be as proud as they are, for tomorrow we build another.... 


Current Activities

Wood Turning Demonstrations at the Mens Shed


Fantastic news that the Shed is now opening up and this week )8 March he men at the shed got some excellent wood turning demonstrations down at the craft village from wood turner extraordinaire P.J. Wymbs. All were very impressed and really enjoyed the evening.

The Women's Shed


Ladies 18+ in the Belleek area meet on a Tuesday night 7.30-9pm at Belleek Community Centre (playgroup building) to participate in various activities, drink tea, eat cake, learn new skills & have a laugh.


Current Activities


The Womens Shed are currently in the middle of a 6 week Wellbeing programme taking account of Feet Health, Yoga, Pilates, Resilience and Mindfulness and Essential Oils.

In April Camlake Canvas will host a painting party night, Craft sessions in May and June and regular coffee mornings.




Let's work together!