Monday, 4 July 2011

Winner of the shed of the year

It's good to see that this year's shed of the year winner is a workshop/studio. Jon Earl's shed is an old First World War billet hut that's been turned into a venue for recording acoustic music so he's named it "Songs from the Shed"

Songs from the Shed - Jon Earl records Pokey La Farge

Over 1000 songs have been recorded by bands from all over the globe in songs from the shed and there's a waiting list for people wanting to participate.

"Sometimes it’s not the quality of the building itself but what you do with it that makes a National Shed of the Year winner" says Uncle Wilco from readersheds. The prize this year was £1000 and shedload of product from the Sponsors Cuprinol.

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