Timber shelves from the Killer Whale Museum's old kitchen have been given a new lease of life, thanks to the Eden Men’s Shed.
The material has been used by John Ireland to make an 1100 x 600mm board to be used as part of an outdoor barbecue space.
John Ireland is a retired carpenter and enjoys still being able to use his skills at the men’s shed.
He makes smaller-sized versions of the chopping board for sale at Art on Imlay.
The purchaser saw these boards in the shop and decided to put an order in for a larger one.
The end product is a beautiful mega-sized chopping board made from local hardwood.
The Eden Men’s Shed meets on Wednesday and Friday mornings.
Since it opened seven years ago the shed has proved a popular hub where men from Eden and further afield can regularly gather to apply their skills in creating quality products.