Dads, You are important.
Whether you are a biological father, step Dad, adoptive or foster father, doting Uncle or Grandpa.
We love you and we want you to be well and feel included.
We can't do this without you.
We have collated some information to help you with your parenting journey and let you know
how important you are to our community and you are not alone.
PLACES TO GATHER
Street Mens Shed -
A Men’s Shed is a larger version of the typical man’s shed in the garden – a place where he feels at home and pursues practical interests with a high degree of autonomy.
A Men’s Shed offers this to a group of such men where members share the tools and resources they need to work on projects of their own choosing at their own pace and in a safe, friendly and inclusive venue.
They are places of skill-sharing and informal learning, of individual pursuits and community projects, of purpose, achievement and social interaction.
A place of leisure where men come together to work and chat.
The aim of the Street Men's Shed is to promote Heath and Wellbeing in the community of Street & Glastonbury, to help reduce the feeling of loneliness and isolation encountered by older people in the community while giving the members a chance to learn new skills, teach others new skills and work on their projects or projects for the benefit of our community.
The UK’s leading Fathers’ Rights Advocates Fathers4Justice (F4J) is the UK’s leading fathers’ rights and shared parenting campaign group with over 18 years experience providing expert help, support and advice for thousands of fathers, grandparents and other family members going through the family courts, as well as winning shared and sole residency for countless dads. We are fathers who have been through the system and won.
If you’ve got a problem seeing your children, we can help.
How we can help you
Click here to The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK and the cause of 18 deaths every day.
What we do-
Anyone can hit crisis point. We run a free and confidential helpline and webchat – 7 hours a day, 7 days a week for anyone who needs to talk about life’s problems. We support those bereaved by suicide, through the Support After Suicide Partnership (SASP).
Together we’ll help our parents, siblings, partners, friends and colleagues. We spread our message and facilitate, universities, pubs, clubs and prisons across the country – so that people feel empowered to share their experiences and get the help they need before they reach the point of crisis.