Sheds are sometimes seen as the smallest spaces on people’s property, well these “small sheds” take the wossname (literary). They are mostly the littlest rooms, Yes, sheds that are toilets/WC/loos/latrines, whatever you call them!
So here are some that have been entered for #shedoftheyear over the years.
Take a seat and enjoy
1) The Pilgrims Seat / The Plopping Shed – Herefordshire owned by Nat
An outdoor toilet shed, also known as a garden toilet or loo, is a small shed or structure that houses a toilet. These sheds are often found in backyards, gardens, or on campsites. They provide a convenient place to use the toilet when there is no indoor plumbing. Outdoor toilet sheds can be as simple as a wooden outhouse with a bucket for waste or as elaborate as a small cabin with a flushing toilet and running water. The most common type of outdoor toilet shed is the composting toilet. Composting toilets use a natural process to break down waste, which eliminates the need for a septic tank.
Outdoor toilet sheds can be a great addition to any property. They are especially useful for people who have large yards or gardens where they spend a lot of time outdoors. They can also be a good option for people who are looking for an eco-friendly way to dispose of waste.
When installing an outdoor toilet shed, it is important to follow local building codes and regulations. It is also important to choose a location that is away from wells and septic tanks. The shed should be well-ventilated and should have a door that closes securely.
With proper care and maintenance, an outdoor toilet shed can provide years of use.