Today’s Daily Mirror has a feature on some of the great sheddies that are in the Shed of the year competition.
You wooden believe it: See what your shed could be turned into
For most of us, the garden shed is somewhere to shove a rusty mower and half-empty tins of paint.
But for some blokes (and the odd lass) the timber hut at the end of the garden is much more than just a junkyard for old tellies, cobwebbed barbecues and a stack of empty cardboard boxes.
Britain’s die-hard “sheddies” have turned them into mini-pubs, home cinemas, an art gallery – and even a Tardis.
Thousands throughout the land have entered their pride and joy into the fiercely-fought Cuprinol Shed of the Year competition.
Sheddies mentioned in the piece
Thanks sheddies for taking time out, hopefully in the run up to shed week and of course during we will get some more press coverage.