Shed of the year 2020 – Finalists
This year marks the 20th year of readersheds, a website setup by Andrew Wilcox aka Uncle Wilco for people to celebrate their sheds. That spawned the shed of the year competition in 2007 which even spent a few years on
Shed of the year 2012
The latest announcement from Shed of the year 2012 sponsored by Cuprinol SHED FAQ: Win £1000 Entry open now – add your shed here Entry will close May 20th 2012 : Public voting May 21st 2012 Shed Week 2012 –
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
@unclewilco has kindly published the top sheds in each category for shed of the year. The top 5 in the Workshop/Studio category are: Songs from the shed Jon Earl,Clevedon N Somerset In The Shed Nicola Brown,Shrewsbury Jaggy paintbrush tattoo Dave
Workshop shed of the year 2010
The category winners for shed of the year 2010 have just been announced. Of course the one I’m interested in is the workshop category. Junkaholic’s weaving + sewing shed from Artemis Russel in South East London won the readers votes.
International Shed of the Year
The winner of the International Shed of the Year is a Workshop. “The Shed” owned by Chuck Witmer of Scale House Design is a large timber framed design with reclaimed materials such as IKEA glass shelving for the windows and
Thanks for the Votes
The voting for shed of the year is now complete and the votes are being counted. The results will be announced for shed week next month. The winners from each category will now be put before the judging panel DJ
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