Shed of the year in 20 Pictures

Pictures of the finalists in Cuprinol’s Amazing Spaces – Shed of the Year competition

The Tardis shed
What a con. It’s no bigger on the inside!
It’s no bigger on the inside
The Glass Hut, owned by Serena Hall from Suffolk, shortlisted in the workshop/studio category
The Glass Hut
Inside the Glass Hut
Inside the Glass Hut
The ABC Cinema owned by Anderson Jones from Stoke on Trent, shortlisted in the #NotAShed category
The ABC Cinema Shed

Inside the ABC Cinema
The Engine House, owned by Kevin Francis from Hampshire (pub & entertainment)
The Engine House
So firefighter. Very emergency
So firefighter
The PrickleBum shed, owned by Ailie Hill from Ludlow (unexpected category)
The PrickleBum shed
The “pricklebums” in question are hedgehogs, in case you were wondering
pricklebums are hedgehogs
The Garage Simulator, owned by Captain Mark Owen from Bedfordshire (#NotAShed)
The Garage Simulator
Is it a plane? Yes. Sort of
Is it a plane?
The Tiny House owned by Chris Law and Julian Marchant from Cambridgeshire (budget category)
The Tiny House
“Bijou”, the estate agent called it
Bijou the estate agent called it
The Letsby Avenue shed owned by Barry Anscomb-Moon from Cambridgeshire (historic category)
The Letsby Avenue shed
The Tory cuts to the police budget really are starting to bite
Inside the Letsby Avenue shed
The Mini Manor, owned by Sonia Walker from Northamptonshire (budget)
The Mini Manor
Ooh, Margo
Inside the Mini Manor
Knockbrake Railroad, owned by Gordon Ross from Ayr (workshop/studio category)
Knockbrake Railroad
You and your one-track mind
Inside the Knockbrake Railroad
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