Over at the Telegraph Jean Vernon has a nice article about doing just that.
It’s not often you get offered a free shed and when it happens you’d be mad to say no. So I said yes, paid a friend £20 diesel money to collect it in his van, and was amazed at the quality when it arrived. It needed a new roof, the felt had gone and the windows were broken, but it was a good solid tongue and groove timber shed. I was thrilled.
My husband Martin Mulchinock wrapped it in a tarpaulin and safely stashed it in the garden. Like many pending projects it remained there for several months. I needed a plan to leap-frog the shed to the top of the list. Plan A was to offer to do it myself, always a great ruse that ends up with most DIY projects completed in no time. But I knew that I couldn’t risk going it alone. So Plan B was hatched.