Behind the shed - Issue #42
Less than a month to enter #shedoftheyear 2023
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Shed of the year 2023 news
So less than a month left to Enter your shed into #shedoftheyear 2023
A recap for Entry
We have two new categories this year, mainly for people who don’t have pub sheds (our mostly popular category) or massive sheds, “Simple But Effective” but still have great spaces, also those sheddies who have colourful ones, we have “Most Colourful Shed” (Thanks to our sponsors Cuprinol for that one) looking forward to seeing those great sheds, they have also upped the amount of products the winner now gets £250 worth of Cuprinol products.
If you missed the news last newsletter, we have a set date to add your shed for the 17th year of #shedoftheyear, entry closes Wed 31st May 2023 at Midnight, We are also looking for a minimum of 6 photos for entry.
Tin House’s Tin Shed -
"The shed came about when my old curtain workshop was returned to me after over 10 years as a carpenters wood store, so it feels like it’s come home. ." - Kent #shedoftheyear owned by Nicola House
The Pavilion - Pub/Entertainment - "The idea went from possibly a covered pergola to a mock Tudor Cricket Pavilion, as you can see we had a lot of fun with the design and decor, including players benches" Derbyshire #shedoftheyear owned by Tracy Reid
Golden Behinde - Unexpected/Unique -
"The shed is a roughish replica of the officer's quarters on the Golden Hinde. My boys wanted a place where they could party, read and study in the garden." Suffolk #shedoftheyear owned by Harry Scott
Other shed stuff
Nine Sheds and Counting, "What do I do in and with so many sheds? Well, up to now I have stored the tools and materials to make more sheds, among other projects."
Guest shedblog post from InglemanD
Big thank you to shed of the year Sponsors Cuprinol.
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