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With the amazement by people (who are not sheddies!) that a house sold with a pub shed in it’s back garden the other day – here are my twelve favourite Pub sheds – in no order but I would like to visit them all and have a pint with each of sheddies (road trip 2015?) – of course remember sheddies to visit your local pubs as well.
We love all sorts of sheds here – but sometimes with these winter blues it’s nice to think ahead to the “Warm” Summer months in the UK -
ok maybe it will be pouring down – but here are some sheds that bring that Summer feeling - so sit back open your third bottle of pea-pod gin and relax.
2013 has been a great year to be a sheddie and 2014 will be even better but to get you in the mood to Share your Shed – here are some sheds that will get your creative juices flowing – of course we welcome all types of sheds on readersheds – so everyone has a chance of getting the title of Shed of the year!
Here are sheds that look a bit like off-the-shelf sheds you can buy
anywhere – but look what the sheddies have done to them!
We love all sorts of sheds but these Ten unique ones have caught my eye and the brief reason why, it’s subjective of course – and my vote only counts in the final, so over to you to get these and the other sheds there
You can vote for the other sheds over at readersheds
shed is a purpose built pirate’s cabin built to look like the poop deck of a pirate ship moored at a Caribbean dock, complete with fully stocked koi carp pond and aviary - for those long hungry voyages! The inside of the shed is equipped with a full range of piratannical ephemera, including skulls, crossed bones (courtesy of a friendly butcher) and a dead man’s chest. Outside the shed there is plenty of space for pirate roistering and carousing amongst the tropical plants and under the palm thatched lean-to. The front of the shed opens completely to make the most of the evening sun and provides a suitable location for card playing, rum drinking and bad behaviour of every kind. The large number of empty rum bottles doubling as candle sticks provides evidence of this.
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A true “pubshed” this is a standard 10 x 8 ft garden shed that ive turned into my new local, it has mdf reinforced walls, floor and door, fully lined/soundproofed with rockwool insulation , the bar is 5.5ft long , got sky tv, fridge, few bar stools, snug table, wall mounted heater, carpeted, sound system, genuine ex pub fittings, brass footrest, last orders bell, optics, mirrors, taps and wireless linked to house alarm. Serving chilled cans, bottles and spirits just now till i get round to sorting out a keg system .
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Some great entries for Shed of the year 2010 over at www.readersheds.co.uk , many thanks Sheddies for all your hard work and thanks to the public who voted for you and your sheds