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Here at Shedstore, we offer a wide range of  shed designs to cater to your shed storage and garden needs. These come in a variety of sizes too. Have a look through our wooden shed design guide to see which one is best for your needs. Need more help? Call our friendly, knowledgeable customer service team and they’ll be happy to help you figure out which shed is best for you. Traditional Apex Garden Shed Designs Nothing beats the traditional design of an apex shed. A mini-house designed for all your gardening bits

This year, Pro Gardens Ltd have reached the finals of the Show Garden competition at BBC Gardeners’ World. We caught up with them to find out what is going to happen on the day, what we can expect to see from them, and a bit more about their gardening style. Check out our interview! Our interview with Pro Gardens Ltd 1. You’re in the finals of the Show Garden competition at BBC Gardeners’ World Live this year, can you give us any insight into what we might expect to see

With this year’s Chelsea Fringe Festival fast approaching, we spoke to Tim Richardson again, festival director of the Chelsea Fringe Festival, to find out a bit more about what we can expect at this year’s festival. What to expect at the 2017 Chelsea Fringe Festival 1. This year’s Chelsea Fringe festival is only a month away, can you give any inside information about what to expect? The great thing about the Fringe is that we genuinely don’t know quite what to expect. Every year I am surprised and delighted by

In a word – carefully. In two words – with help. In three words – do it well. A greenhouse extends the gardening year at both ends. It brings spring forward and puts winter back. It also allows you to grow a whole manner of plants you would only ever dream of – aubergines, melons, orchids and cacti. All within your reach with a greenhouse. Building your greenhouse Once your greenhouse arrives you will, of course, have already created a firm and level surface. Think of slabs or a concrete

Featured Image: Crispin Swayne & Paula Webb – Father Nature’s Co Directors Earlier this month we caught up with Crispin Swayne and Paula Webb, Co-Directors of Father Nature, to find out more about their community projects and how they connect people living in cities with nature. Check out our interview below. Our interview with Father Nature 1. You run a variety of community projects to help connect people in the inner city with nature. What are some of the key benefits you have seen from these projects? One of the

Earlier this month we caught up with Marnie Rose, CEO The Garden Classroom, to find out more about their work and how they help educate young people about natural environments and the importance of getting people outside. Check out our interview below. Our interview with The Garden Classroom 1. What is the overall aim of the work that you do with young people? The Garden Classroom delivers high-quality outdoor education and recreation in natural environments to inner city people focussing mainly on children, young people and families. 2. You’ve recently

We managed to catch up with Tim Richardson, festival director of the spectacular Chelsea Fringe Festival, to find out how the festival came about, the planning and preparation that goes into each one, and what to expect for next year’s event. Check out our interview below: Our interview with Chelsea Fringe Festival 1. The Chelsea Fringe festival has been running for 5 years now. How did the festival start? I thought it up in bed one morning during Chelsea Flower Show week. I imagined an ‘alternative’ gardens festival where people could

The Utopian vision of working from home, relaxed by birdsong and the flutter of butterfly wings,  totally immersed in nature yet still producing results even the most ferocious of employers would reward is achievable – if you’ve got somewhere to work. That’s where your shed comes in. Adapting an existing shed to become a fully functioning workspace is relatively easy. First up you have to have a shed that is capable of taking the few adjustments. Be honest – if one side of your shed looks like Edam cheese thanks

Earlier this month we caught up with Phil Hesmondhalgh, Head of Communications at The Country Trust, to find out more about what they do and how important it is for children to get into the countryside and learn about food production and where their food comes from. Check out our interview below and be sure to take a look at The Country Trust’s latest video for more information: Our interview with The Country Trust 1. You currently work in 11 areas of England and Wales, are you looking to expand your

Autumn Garden Guide: October tasks With autumn well and truly upon us, gardens and outdoor buildings/structures need a bit of TLC this month to make sure they are ready to withstand the colder weather and the leaves falling from trees. We look at all of the crucial October tasks to make sure your garden is fully prepared. Download our Autumn Garden Guide, print it and pin it to your fridge so you don’t forget what needs to be done in the garden this month. Download the October edition Download Week 1 Save

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