Volunteers at the Thurgoona Men's Shed are doing their bit to help with the Upper Murray fire recovery.
The fires that burnt through the area destroyed a trailer used by the town's men's shed group to help the community.
The Thurgoona branch has undertaken extensive work to fix the badly damaged trailer, which will likely return to Corryong tomorrow.
Vice president Bruce Dyce said about 20 hours of work had gone into the rebuild, with support from several local businesses.
"People didn't think we could put it back together at first," he said.
It's better now than when it was newBruce Dyce
"We had some people with brilliant skills who worked on it."
The trailer needed to be sandblasted and painted, and wheels, wiring, lights and other components replaced.
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"The Corryong Men's Shed use it to go and get wood and supply it in the town at a very cheap price," Mr Dyce said.
"We decided after the fires to help out and decided to do it directly.
"It's better now than when it was new."
Support was provided by the Wagga Men's Shed and companies Allblast Protective Coatings, Twin City Auto Dismantlers, Beaurepairs and CBC.
Mr Dyce said the donations had allowed the Thurgoona volunteers to complete the work for $600.