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Shepherd Huts that will make you look differently at a shed on wheels

Some people think that Shepherd Huts are not really sheds, but as an international shed expert 😉 I say rubbish, anything that is used as a space for you to get away from it all can be defined as a shed. Here are a selection that have entered Shed of the year over the many […]

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Shepherd huts – Posh sheds on wheels or the future of shedism

We love a Shepherds hut here on readersheds – I think because there is such a history to them but of course now they are being lovingly created by hand by a few companies around the UK A friend of mine sent me this link to Nightingale Shepherd Huts from Sussex and they look like […]

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A shepherds hut is part of BBC history of the world

Ian from www.shepherdhuts.co.uk has emailed me to say the historical significance of shed dwelling on our ancestors lives is finally recognised it’s on the BBC history of the world wossname. Before the advent of artificial fertilizers, distant pastures on many mixed Farms would be inaccessible the to the large farm manure wagons bringing manure from […]

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Shepherd’s Hut at Lost Gardens of Heligan

I had a nice day at the Lost Gardens of Heligan last week, walked a lot and took loads of photos of non shed things, but I did manage to drag Mrs U W over to this great Shepherd’s Hut, that was used for wildlife watching, unfortunately we only saw some birds from it.. [flickr]photo:3519544710[/flickr][flickr]photo:3519540388[/flickr][flickr]photo:3518723753[/flickr][flickr]photo:3519533584[/flickr][flickr]photo:3519530014[/flickr] […]

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Shepherd’s huts are the in thing for the middle classes

According the the shed friendly telegraph. All sorts of people have them, according to David Cherrington of the Shepherd’s Hut Company: “I have sold huts to lords and ladies, scrap metal dealers, amateur painters and everyone in-between.” There’s something about a shepherd’s hut; something transcendental, some Proustian tug to the past. Once seen, never forgotten […]