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Garden sheds usually play home to a variety of garden tools and equipment, but these people have stored some very interesting items in their’s, some without even knowing it!  We tracked down some of the best things that people have found in their sheds and put them into a fun list for you to check out. So without further ado, we start our list off with: Weirdest thing to find in a shed number 5: A 10ft Church Organ Alison Malcolm went out of her way to protect her 10ft

As summer comes to an end, our gardens and outdoor spaces are being abandoned in favour of warm nights in, curled up under a blanket in front of the TV. But just because the sun has gone into hiding, doesn’t mean you can’t still make use of your garden. These ten inspirational images from Houzz prove that it’s possible to make the most of your favourite garden features come hail, rain or snow.   Image 1 – source   A modern workpod is a great alternative to a home

Lads garden log cabin retreats With the world cup approaching fast, you need a space where you can sit and enjoy the matches without upsetting your family. We all know England is going to lose, again. What better way to see them lose than in your log cabin with your mates? What you need is a spacious cabin that you can furnish whilst have space for working and storage. You will need an electricity source which will allow for a TV to be placed in the shed or alternatively a

With the children off school and the weather starting to heat up again, Easter is the perfect time to get children involved in gardening and outside enjoying the fresh air.  Here we give you five great activities to encourage the children to get outside and enjoy their time off school:  

We’re sure that you will need a good, log fire this winter; you may have been preparing logs since early spring to ensure you have the best quality fire burning in these cold evenings to come. If you are not one of these professional log burner owners, don’t worry, you can be now! Here’s some information and top tips for storing and maintaining the firewood. Whatever wood species you use, it will burn more efficiently and be more convenient to use if it is properly seasoned! Good tips for firewood

Well, it’s that time of year again to clean out your greenhouse and cold frames, ready for next year! Refreshing that soil and cleaning those pots now, prepares yourself and your garden for the spring/summer that is ahead of us! Tip number 1: Do not use existing garden soil for your new pots, garden soil is too heavy and far too dirty. You know, weed seeds, bugs and their eggs, bacteria – the stuff you don’t want living in your pots! Potting soil is the key. Tip number 2: If

Creating compost

Advice on producing your own compost at home By making your own compost, you will save money and help the environment by recycling food scraps and reducing the amount of waste you send to landfill. Effectively you are using your kitchen and office waste as a free soil improver. You can use this compost to enhance your gardens soil to grow fruit, vegetables or other plants – either directly on the soil or within a raised bed. Our Home Composter Options At Shedstore, we have a selection of timber composters

Welcome to Shedstore

Welcome to our newly redesigned site, we’ve put a lot of effort into creating a great site that is user friendly. Although the basic navigation options may seem familiar, we’ve overhauled how this works, for your benefit. We still have all the same great products and one or two additions, why not have a browse. As we approach Christmas, we have a bunch of great products which make really interesting gifts. You could get a brand-new shed for Dad or some of our garden games for the kids. Our grow

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