What does it take to become Shed of the year?

As we await the final of Shed of the year – I thought I would look back at a few former winners of the competition – before the lovely TV people thought the rest of the world deserved a look – it was mostly me indulging my passion for sheds 🙂

The first one is a pub shed that won in 2012 – Woodhendge

I love this shed as it’ started as a small dream from sheddie John to create a space for his family and friends and former regiment buddies to visit – but as you can see it turned into a massive shed – and one of the best and elaborate Pub Sheds I have seen – John also collects bottles and the way he displayed them added to the charm.

The 2nd shed is the winner in 2011 Songs from the shed

I love this shed well it started off as an idea in the pub over a few ciders to listen to local bands – Sheddie Jon then started to film them and the rest is history – show what can be achieved with a sheddie way of thinking.

and the final one is the winner in 2013 – The Boat Roofed Shed

I love this shed as again I think drink played a part in it’s conception, Alex wanted to create a unique shed as he had the perfect spot for it up on the side of a mountain – as he worked at a boat yard he could get hold of an old boat- he just had to get it up there – and the rest just came together – this is a very cosy shed – but it’s the view that is amazing.

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