Sunday, March 08, 2020

Shed of the Year open competition now open for entries

The Shed of The Year competition is back for its 14th incarnation. Over the years the competition - sponsored again by Cuprinol - has seen a rise in the number of eco-friendly sheds submitted and ast year’s winner Chris Hield (picture above with shed) impressed the judges with his Middle Earth-inspired sunken hobbit hole into the hillside in his Peak District back garden. Features included a grass roof, bird nests and bee hives. 
Entrants can submit their shed for one of seven categories, including the infamous ‘#notashed’ category. This year’s categories are Nature’s Haven, Unexpected , Cabin/Summerhouse, Workshop/Studio, Pub & Entertainment, Budget, and Unique.
Founder and Head Judge, Uncle Wilco, said: “Since the competition started, we’ve seen some brilliantly creative uses of sheds across the UK. There has been a definite shift towards a more natural approach to the great outdoors but we are still loving seeing the amazing ways people use their shed’s, from the complete out of the ordinary to the almost absurd!” 
Entries must include at least two photos of the shed submitted along with an explanation of the inspiration and what makes the shed stand out, all done via

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