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Roses are Red

Roses are Red Sheds can be too, also Black, Purple or even Terracotta Thanks to Cuprinol Entries are coming in, but I think due to the weather being typically British, we are not getting that many photos yet (well some sheddies have added 27, some 3) we are looking for a minimum of 6 – […]

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SOS – Save our shed server

That sound is not your shed door creaking, it’s my shed server Power Up Our Platform! Invest in a New Shed Server! Imagine a Shed of the year website that loads instantly (for the first time in 18 years!), handles surges seamlessly, and unlocks exciting new features. This vibrant shed future is within reach, but […]

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Albert and the shed

I have seen quite a few shed related books in my time, but it’s always great to see a book featuring a shed aimed at children. Thanks to the author, Ian, for the follow-on Instagram and some info about Albert and the shed. Looks like a great book for youngster who love animal stories and […]

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Win a Chris Cyprus 2024 Calendar

We love artist Chris here on shedblog, not just for his amazing allotment paintings, but everything he paints in general. I treated myself to one of his now sold out calendars for Christmas, and Chris kindly sent me one to give away to you sheddies. I will get it to the winner after the Christmas […]

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Sit down and admire these toilet sheds

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 […]