It’s a new year and that means it’s time for a new shed of the year. Are you up to the challenge? Is your shed worthy of the title? There will be some who have already been working towards this for months for a chance to win.
The shed of the year competition is part of National Shed Week, which takes place every year in July and celebrates our nation’s love of sheds. Last year’s winner was a pub shed named ‘Woodhenge’ from John Plumridge from Shrewsbury. John had spent over 4 years perfecting his shed, which just shows the sort of dedication it takes to win this competition. He has filled his shed with a beer collection of over 500 real ales and 110 ciders for anyone who wants to pop in for a swift pint.
One of the judges Sarah Beeny said “Shed of the Year is a great inspiration and clearly encourages people to get creative with their sheds. I am really happy that a pub shed has won after I created my own Kings Head pub shed for Cuprinol, which is currently on display in Rufford Park in Nottingham. Hopefully others will be inspired to create their own sheddie haven too.”
Do you think you have what it takes to compete? Take a look at this year’s entries, for shed of the year 2013 so far.