TAMWORTH Community Men's Shed (TCMS) will host a car boot sale this Saturday to help raise much-needed funds.
The shed reopened last week for the first time in about three months, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
With the shed shut up and the Tamworth markets called off, the men are setting up a car park sale at the weekend to help get some coin back in the coffers.
Members of the local Men's Shed build, do-up and repair wooden wares.
It is expected rocking horses, furniture, handmade toys, tools and even sausage sandwiches will be up for grabs at the sale.
The event will be held at the TCMS at the top end of Piper Street, near the Tamworth Botanic Gardens.
It will run from 8:30am to 1:30pm on Saturday, June 27.
Member Paul Cavanagh has a passion for building and refurbishing old-style wooden rocking horses and painting them up.
He said he surprises himself sometimes with how they turn out.
"I just really hope we get the support of the public, because we've been shut down for months," he said.
The Men's Shed is designed to give local men a place to go to chat to one another, nurture their mental health and keep their hands busy with building, fixing and creating things.
The Saturday sale is also a chance for locals to take a peek inside the shed and see what activities the men get up to.