Shed highlights of 2010 – From Pirates & Fabric sheds to Singing in the shed

Well after Shed of the year 2010 and the Shed Winner Reg Miller and his Lady Sarah giving me this great photo.

My other highlights for 2010 on shedblog

Singing from the same shed – live music in your shed

Remember that artist who covered sheds in Fabric? well she is back
Annoucement that Cuprinol will be supporting Shed of the year 2011

Share your shed and win £1000 from The Cuprinol Wood Preservation Society

The view Dylan Thomas had from his writing shed every day – makes you want to be a shedworker

Cardiff Astronomical Society shed at Dyffryn Gardens

My Sheddie : Peter Mclaren Pool Hoose

Shed on a boat or a boat shed you decide

And the winner of Shed of the Year 2010 sponsored by Cuprinol Sprayable is…

The BBC, Sian & Bill, Alex from shedworking & Social media and some sheds

Neville Gabie’s Ice shed and more at @nationaltrust Tatton Park

They start those sheddies young in Wales- Dylan’s Army Base Shed

Museum Sheds – from Postal to Dad’s Army

Debb’s Shed for International Shed Women’s Week

The shocking state of HUT 6 at Bletchley Park – Please help

Recycled Meditation Temple shed

a few people have given me there highlights

Reg Miller >
For me the biggest highlight has to be being lucky enough to WIN Shed of the year2010..A lot of hard work went into getting enough votes to get into the final..Another high spot was all the positive messages I received from a lot of other sheddies..Thanks again…

Alex Johnston > It’s been a good year for books about sheds…

Arfur Daley > I am a bit biased but the Gwatkin Cider shed in High st Cardiff should deserve a mention as it broke my shed virginity as it was the first I have ever worked in a shed

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