About Us

men2men is evolving under the initial stewardship of three men who are themselves founders of and active in a men's group. We're passionate about the need for men to have much better resources to connect with other men, particularly when isolated or struggling mentally and spiritually. We are keen to create dialogue between men, and then between men and their community about the many issues men face today!

Funding for the project was secured and managed by Hywel Dda Health Board, from a Welsh Assembly grant.

We've worked extensively for our local community and offer a broad range of complementary skills and huge shared passion to help men2men flourish!

Luke Conlon

Healthcare worker, Social Researcher and Community Activist.

After an initial career in Accountancy, Luke now has over 30 years experience of working within diverse communities across the UK, but mostly in Wales. For the last 7 years Luke has been working to promote Compassionate Communities in Pembrokeshire, supporting

communities to think about, talk about and write down their wishes and aspirations for their future care. This was delivered through Festivals, Compassionate Cafe's, 1:1 support and setting up a NODA (No one dies alone) initiative in South Pembrokeshire Hospital and within  Care homes in West Wales, supporting people dying alone with no family or friends nearby.


Luke enjoys meeting people, making bread, walking and is training in Buddhist Healthcare Chaplaincy. My Moto would be 'together we are stronger'.

Fred Luckman

Community trainer, groupworker and therapist.


From a life in engineering, I became an integrative therapist and group facilitator, helping people make changes in how they lived. I love working with wood and have spent 20 years building, creating community projects and working with challenged people. I run DIY training workshops for women, have a thriving male therapy practice and now men2men!! I am also a hands on father, love dancing and nature!!

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Peter Colling
I am retired, and have worked as a builder, catering manager, and mental health charity coordinator and support worker, with experience of coaching and empowering in those roles. I enjoy hillwalking, sailing, table tennis and singing with a local choir. I feel that doing the best we can, and being the best we are is easy to say, but bringing men together to share and support each other can help us all progress

We really need to stop just pulling men out of the river.


It’s long overdue to go upstream and help to prevent men from falling in!