Steven proudly said "I feel I have a very special shed in a very special place. The location is unbeatable with amazing panoramic views. It is surrounded by nature including kites, badgers and various birds. It is such a useable space and not pre-ordered like so many sheds these days."
Costing only £1,500 to construct the wacky eco-friendly creation features a composting toilet, bunk beds, and woodburning stove.
Organiser of the competition Andrew Wilcox of www.readersheds.co.uk said:
“This is the third year we have run the competition and each time I am astounded by the quality of the sheds that our sheddies create. They put everything into it. From off-the-shelf sheds that they have decorated and turned into their own escapes, to hand-built workshops, the range of talents of the British public is unbelievable.”
This year’ winner walked away with a year’s supply of cheese from theCheeseshed.com, a £50 voucher from Wyevale Garden Centres, a unique shed cushion and a wind-up Trevor Bayliss radio.
More details and a full list of winners are at www.shedblog.co.uk
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