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Behind the shed - Issue #26 #shedoftheyear

Behind the shed - A newsletter about amazing sheds
Just over a month to Enter #shedoftheyear 2022

Some great sheds already
So entry for the 16th Year of Shed of the year has been open a while, and we already have 156 entries - which is great - there seems to be a lot of people building pub sheds than last year, but lockdown sheds are making a return, you have until Tuesday 19th April 2022 to add your shed - if there are no photos then it does not count.
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Entries for 2022
To give you some inspiration to finish off your shed and enter it for this year, here are a selection of interesting sheds entered so far.
Enter #shedoftheyear 2022 | Andrew Wilcox
Tyller Anella (A Place To Breathe) - "Named a place to breathe in Cornish made in lockdown as we couldn’t visit we thought we would design it around a feel for Cornwall and the sea. " Budget - Somerset #shedoftheyear
Enter #shedoftheyear 2022 | Andrew Wilcox
The Popped Cork - "Started as a large decked area project during lockdown, then on it we put a small shed and converted it into a Bar, then a summerhouse, then added a Garden Arbour " Lockdown - Cheshire East #shedoftheyear
Enter #shedoftheyear 2022 | Andrew Wilcox
The Snug - "A place to read, write and remember. It’s a time capsule, a repository of precious memories and a cosy place to work. " Lockdown - Norfolk #shedoftheyear @karenjcornish
Interesting things from the social media world of sheds
Duncan Cameron
@unclewilco More puppet shed action this evening in Somerset - here two crows and a cow. Great to have some light after work.
Manfred Hamil
@unclewilco Cheers 😊 it’s a bit of a mess and still some bits of wall and ceiling to cover up, but it’s getting there 👊🏻
Tim Kaminski
Happy Sunday everyone!
I am currently at my mom’s house visiting so it seems fitting to post this painting.
It’s the shed my father built that’s on her property!
Shed of the year is Sponsored by Cuprinol
Cuprinol | Colour & Inspiration
Calling all sheddies 📣 Entries are now OPEN for our annual #ShedOfTheYear competition.

We saw some incredible creations last year… and now it’s your turn! Big or small, rustic or modern, cosy or cool. Show off your shed 👉
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