Friday, 23 January 2009

Take Part in Shed of the Year 2009



"Do you have a garden shed that is unique?" asks Uncle Wilco head sheddie of readersheds.co.uk. "Maybe it's your own little bolthole away from the trials of life. Maybe you have converted your humble garden building into a pub, or are a treehugger at heart and are building an eco shed, or maybe it's just a normal wooden building that's special to you."

If you as a sheddie are proud of your shed then now's the time to enter this year's 'Shed of the Year' competition, which takes place during the third National Shed Week commencing July 6th 2009.

Entries are already flooding in for Shed of the Year 2009 and to add your shed online click on this link

This year's celebrity judges are Radio 2 presenter Chris Evans, shed fancier and property guru Sarah Beeny (grrr) and shed-based inventor of the windup radio, Trevor Baylis (double grrr).

They will be joined by shedworking expert Alex Johnson from shedworking.co.uk, eco architect Lloyd Alter, and Uncle Wilco, head sheddie from readersheds.co.uk and organiser of National Shed Week.

Together they will be deciding if your shed will make the grade and take the top shed crown.

Following a public vote starting June 2009 which will produce a shortlist of winners, the judges will pick their "Shed of the Year 2009" during National Shed Week itself.

2 comments:

  1. Excellent post. Could not have said it any better myself. Hat’s off to a post well said.

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  2. Wow, this article is amazing. Have you written any other articles on garden shed?

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