Shed of the year judge – Tony Q & A

Last years Shed of the Year winner Tony answers my silly questions.

Tony and his Roman temple shed

Q) What one bit of advice would you give to potential sheddies that
want to “do” up their sheds

Don’t forget you have to look at it for 52 weeks of the year. Luckily my shed is quite “normal” (or at least that’s what I think ! )

Q) Who was your inspiration when creating your Shed of the year.

Julius Caesar, Roman Emperor.

Q) Has Last years win change your outlook on being a sheddie?

Yes, The interviews with the media were less stressfull than I thought and I’d find it easier next time.

Q) What are your future plans in terms of your shed and any other developments

An upper and a lower pond connected by a Roman Aqueduct.

Q) If you did not have your Roman Temple Shed, what would be your
ultimate bolthole/shed-away-from-it-all and where would it be?

A hide-away shed at the bottom of the garden with a stove and coffee-making facilities.

Q) If your shed was on fire what would be the first thing you would

The Roman Murals

By Andrew Wilcox

I love sheds Founder & judge of Shed of the year - Wilco writes mainly about sheds. About the blog Enter your shed into #shedoftheyear