Behind the shed - Issue #13 - Tea and Shed Envy





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Behind the shed - A newsletter about amazing sheds
Hello, Sheddies!
Welcome to the email that celebrates all things shed - I will post some of my current favourite entries to #shedoftheyear also a few links to interesting shed stuff that has been posted online.
Enjoy, Wilco

#shedoftheyear 2021
Many thanks sheddies, we had some amazing entries this year, over 300 sheds entered.
We will pick a short list in a few weeks (and email the finalists) Watch social media for the list.
The public will then be able to vote on for each category.
We will then pick a winner from these finalists.
Here are a selection of entries for this year - we have not looked at the long list yet - so these are just great sheds.
These sheddies named their shed after the fella who fixes their lawnmower (they have a big lawn!)
Julian Harrington
Such an honour to get this photo. Here is our local mower maestro Iwan, after whom I named my shed. #shedoftheyear
If you don’t follow me on Twitter you should for such insightful tweets ;)
Andrew Wilcox I❤️sheds
Now that entry for #shedofthyear 2021 is over - what sheds should I be tweeting between now and public voting going live?
Sponsor or advertise in this email targeted to sheddies?
Interesting sheds
Previous entries that are piquing sheddies interest online.
My dream is to have a jukebox and a pinball in my shed, but until those days - I like to look at what the other sheddies are doing, retro games wise, and we have a few that have old gaming cabinets in them
So what sort of view would you like in your shed
Friend of Shed of the year - Alex from Shedworking visited the rotating shed of Bernard Shaw, so much shed envy going on from me, also Alex does have a massive Hat
It was #NationalTeaDay last week - I’m more a coffee drinker myself, but I do love this Tea shed.
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Your Builds
If you are starting a shed build in your garden, could be storage, office, pub, workshop & definitely if it’s a folly, then let me know as I would like to follow the progress and pass it onto the sheddies who are maybe looking to do the same.
Spread the #shedlove #shedoftheyear
Extending your shed?
Tell me about it!
Shed of the year is Sponsored by Cuprinol
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Let’s just hope the weather holds out!

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Andrew Wilcox @unclewilco
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Andrew Wilcox, Shed of the year, Penarth , Wales CF64