Yes it’s one of those highlights of the year posts – I could of course just list 13 sheds and be done with it – oh wait yes that’s what Ive done – but sheds are the the point of this blog so have a happy new year and make 2015 be the year you win Shed of the year.
1 ) Best way to start is by looking back on the year previously this time in the company of Shed of the year Winner Songs from the shed.
Jon owner and mastermind behind the Shed of the year 2011 @shedsongs has posted the most popular videos of 2013 – Whatever your musical tastes sit back with a cuppa and enjoy. The 10 most viewed videos 2013. I think…
2) One of the most popular post on shedblog for a long time and it keeps coming back
Now with more pub sheds 12 More Amazing Pub Sheds – You Would Love To Have In Your Garden With the amazement by people (who are not sheddies!) that a house sold with a pub shed in it’s back garden…
3) March was quiet for some reason – so
I have been neglecting our Flickr group for a while so hope to get back to that soon – but in the meantime – using the new getty images embed where are some great shots of sheds to get you…
4) Our friends at cuprinol launched their Shedonomics data
THE GREAT BRITISH SHED-AWAY One in five Brits admit to spending time in their shed to avoid their partners whilst a quarter would prefer it over seeing their in-laws and 8% would even rather spend time in their shed than…
5) We welcome our Shed of the year judges after the announcement that Shed of the year will be on the Telly in 2014 🙂
This year is a bit different as the judging of the category winners will be done on camera for Channel 4 – and the winner will be announced on the show!! so here is a brief bit about this year
6) World cup was on so what did I asked – you will be surprised (not)
Obligatory world cup post – some sheddies will be trimming up their sheds for the World Cup or getting their Pub Sheds stocked up
7) So the Finalists for Shed of the year were announced
I’m very pleased to announce this years Finalists for Shed of the year 2014 > With a record breaking 20,000 public votes (a 73% increase on last year) the nation has selected the finalists in the annual Shed of the year
8) The Winner is announced !
After a record breaking 2,000 entries and 20,000 public votes, the Allotment Roof Shed from London has been crowned winner of the 2014 Shed of the Year competition sponsored by Cuprinol. Revealed for the first time by George Clarke
9) Bonus Behind the Scenes with the sheddies
Go behind the scenes for a tour of some of the shortlisted sheds from Shed of the Year 2014, sponsored by Cuprinol.
10) Some non shed of the year blog news
BBC click are showing a shed that is being used to visualise proposed buildings in 3d Architects have traditionally used physical models of proposed buildings to demonstrate to planners and members of the public how a project will look
11) Showing what people make in their sheds
I have been a massive fan of the Workshop shed since day one of readersheds.co.uk (it’s not just pub sheds for me you know) they are the backbone of the shed community someone disappears down the shed to MAKE something
12) Some people love sheds too much ?
After my post yesterday about creative sheddies – I remembered this amazing tattoo artist who plies his creative trade from his shed. also you may remember that shed of the year judge Max Mcmurdo got a tattoo of a shed
13) A feature on amazing sheddie and his continuing collection of sheds
Last year Sheddie Peter McLaren from Fife entered his Pool hoose Eco shed and even got to the final of Shed of the year So it’s great that for Shed of the year 2015
See you all in 2015 Sheddies