Monday, May 11, 2009

Shepherd's hut: information point

The Lost Gardens of Heligan uses that most rural of shedlike atmospheres as an information point, a shepherd's hut (built by The Shepherd's Hut Company). Shedblog recently visited and enjoyed it and here's what Mr P Stafford, Managing Director at Lost Gardens of Heligan says about it:
“We are delighted with our Shepherd’s Hut, it has been a great success with our visitors. It blends into it’s surroundings beautifully and has become an ideal focal point for our visitors to congregate, either to obtain information or just to relax and take in the environment. The great advantage of the Shepherd’s Hut as an information point is its mobility; it allows us to position it at various sites as the seasons dictate where the points of interest are.”


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