Behind the shed - Issue #28 #shedoftheyear - Few weeks left to enter





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Behind the shed - A newsletter about amazing sheds
Spring is a time for sheds!

Enter #shedoftheyear 2022 - closing soon
Last year was a unique year for #shedoftheyear (not only the 15th year since I started this thing) but due to covid and lockdown - we had 371 entries - normally it’s around 150 - this year we are up to 175 And yet again you surprise me, sheddies, you have until Tuesday 19th April 2022 to add your shed - if there are no photos then it does not count.
All the categories
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
The Station - "I didn't want our new summerhouse to look like a SHED, so during lockdown we turned it into a 1940s railway station" Unexpected/Unique - Norfolk #shedoftheyear #railwaystation
Enter #shedoftheyear 2022 | Andrew Wilcox
The Old Calf Shed - " We launched our micro gin distillery from our garden shed in 2016. Called Shed 1 Distillery as we have 2 sheds in the garden!" Workshop/Studio - Cumbria #shedoftheyear @Shed1Gin
Enter #shedoftheyear 2022 | Andrew Wilcox
''The Bothy' - "a tool store, drinking den, sanctuary, meeting house, party venue, overnight residence, tourist attraction, office adventure playground, retreat, art studio and many other purposes. " Unexpected/Unique - Flintshire #shedoftheyear
Enter #shedoftheyear 2022 | Andrew Wilcox
Cottage Folly - "Built in a small garden in a conservation zone of a historic market town where most of the surrounding buildings are 17th - 19th century. " Unexpected/Unique - Warwickshire #shedoftheyear
Interesting things from the social media world of sheds
Enter #shedoftheyear 2022 | Andrew Wilcox
Really liking the shed illustrations (@jamesoses) & of course the words by @shedworking in his new book, "Rooms of their own". Preorder it now from all good shed shops etc
Eliza Bennet
This helpful feline is happy to show you the many delightful features of the garden shed
Ash Wheaver
Put the glass in the double doors today and gave the windows a good clean.
Cost of timber is ridiculous so will be seeing what I can scavenge and recycle to clad the build. #buildyourownbar #pubshed
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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Andrew Wilcox @unclewilco
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Andrew Wilcox, Shed of the year, Penarth , Wales CF64