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Shed in the air!

Shed in the air!

London is notorious for a shortage of space and central London is worse than most places. When workmen came to repair this building on Shaftsbury Avenue W1 they found a novel solution to where to locate their workman’s hut. The

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Beatrice for shed of the year?

Beatrice for shed of the year?

Beatrice is the name for the shed assembled by three generations of a family back in March. Since writing they have given the shed a nice coat of pink paint and framed it with a rose arch. Beatrice has now

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Shedworld

Shedworld

Workshop Shed is featured on ShedWorld, a new site by ShedMan John Davies, a writer and poet from Brighton. As part of National Shed week, ShedWorld is uncovering the diversity of activities (and relaxation) that people do in their sheds

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Tool storage and metal stocks storage

Tool storage and metal stocks storage

A few weeks back I was lucky enough to get hold of some wire mesh trays in the sale (a cuttlery holder from Tesco and a letter tray from WHSmiths). The cuttlrey tray has proven to a good container for

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Workshop Electrics

The changes to the UK electrical regulations made in 2005 are designed to reduce the number of people electrocuted by their own incompetent wiring and to eliminate cowboy electricians. The “part p” regulations basically specify that a competent person (electrician)

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Veteran Shed Builder

Veteran Shed Builder

Not to be out done by Rex my friend Alan has put up another shed, this one is bigger and better than his first and hopefully he did not make the same mistakes as Rex did…Q: Is this your first

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Shed Builder

Shed Builder

I was lucky enough to buy a house with a shed already in place at the bottom of the garden. Other’s have to build their own from scratch or from a kit. My friend Rex and family assembled a “Rowlinson”

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How damp is your shed?

How damp is your shed?

Following the purchase of the portable dehumidifier earlier in the week. I’ve also decided to get a small hygrometer so I can see if it’s working. I found that Thermometers Direct do a little Digitech one that should do the

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