Thursday, October 13, 2011

Ros Clarke: shedworker

Ros Clarke describes herself as "a writer, a student, a church worker, a crafter, a blogger, a twitterer, a lazy gardener, an appalling housekeeper" and she does it all (well, some of it) from her new garden office, a shepherd's hut from The Old Post Office Farm Shepherd's Huts.

Ros also actually lives in a shed (indeed her domain name is, a 16th century sheep hut on her parents' farm in Staffordshire which they converted for her. "The Shed that I live in is lovely, but tiny," she says. She had been working on a 90cm dining table but the clutter was taking over, hence the need for the move to shedworking. "It will have plenty of room for my desk and my bookshelves and No Distractions. The window will look out over the farm."
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  1. I feel I should point out that you do not need a brother with a tractor to have your shepherd's hut installed! Mark and Tanya are quite capable of doing all the work themselves (and don't make such a mess of your garden in the process). I am completely in love with my hut - it really is the most wonderful place to work.

  2. Nothing wrong with living in a shed there my friend=)