Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Punch and Judy Shed – owned by Professor Queen Bee AKA Teresa Verney-Brookes in Reading. As the name suggests, this shed is dedicated to popular Punch and Judy Show, the only one of its kind in the UK and maybe even the world! In summer, it is used to tour and perform the old classic as well as a Flea Circus Act while in winter it is used as handy storage of the characters. Vote for your favourite Pub & Entertainment shed here: http://spr.ly/64918Ygmv

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Punch and Judy Shed – owned by Professor Queen Bee AKA Teresa Verney-Brookes in Reading. As the name suggests, this shed is dedicated to popular Punch and Judy Show, the only one of its kind in the UK and maybe even the world! In summer, it is used to tour and perform the old classic as well as a Flea Circus Act while in winter it is used as handy storage of the characters. Vote for your favourite Pub & Entertainment shed here: http://spr.ly/64918Ygmv

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | The Lagonda Shed – owned by Tim Kerridge. Tim's passion for old cars stems from his childhood where his father used to take him to school in his 1932 supercharged Lagonda. Vote for your favourite Historic shed here: http://spr.ly/64908Yeo6

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | The Lagonda Shed – owned by Tim Kerridge. Tim's passion for old cars stems from his childhood where his father used to take him to school in his 1932 supercharged Lagonda. Vote for your favourite Historic shed here: http://spr.ly/64908Yeo6

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Railway Carriage – Owned by Michael and Gloria Smith in Yorkshire. A passionate railfan his whole life, an old Victorian railway carriage captivated Michael when he and his wife stumbled across it eight years ago. Now housed in an inconspicuous shed in his back garden, Michael restored the carriage by hand to give it a new lease of life. Vote for your favourite Unexpected shed here: http://spr.ly/64938YVWV

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Railway Carriage – Owned by Michael and Gloria Smith in Yorkshire. A passionate railfan his whole life, an old Victorian railway carriage captivated Michael when he and his wife stumbled across it eight years ago. Now housed in an inconspicuous shed in his back garden, Michael restored the carriage by hand to give it a new lease of life. Vote for your favourite Unexpected shed here: http://spr.ly/64938YVWV

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Tiny House – Owned by Chris Law and Julie Ann Marchant in Cambridgeshire. Tiny in size, but huge in impact, this shed has now become the full-time home for Julie and Chris. Made by crafty DIY’er Chris, the shed features an upstairs where they sleep, a toilet and shower, fitted kitchen, dining table, chairs and pull out sofa which slides out to make a double bed. Vote for your favourite Budget shed here: http://spr.ly/64938YTjh

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Tiny House – Owned by Chris Law and Julie Ann Marchant in Cambridgeshire. Tiny in size, but huge in impact, this shed has now become the full-time home for Julie and Chris. Made by crafty DIY’er Chris, the shed features an upstairs where they sleep, a toilet and shower, fitted kitchen, dining table, chairs and pull out sofa which slides out to make a double bed. Vote for your favourite Budget shed here: http://spr.ly/64938YTjh

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Hobbit House – Owned by Susan Price in Bristol. Designed as a magical space overlooking the pond to share quality time with family and friends, The Hobbit House is a labour of love for Susan who in the early stages used the focus on creativity and fun of the build to help her through illness. Vote for your favourite Eco shed here: http://spr.ly/64988YJQK

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Hobbit House – Owned by Susan Price in Bristol. Designed as a magical space overlooking the pond to share quality time with family and friends, The Hobbit House is a labour of love for Susan who in the early stages used the focus on creativity and fun of the build to help her through illness. Vote for your favourite Eco shed here: http://spr.ly/64988YJQK

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Rosewood Station – Owned by Michael Long in Hertfordshire. This summerhouse has been made to recreate the nostalgia of a country railway waiting room of the 1930s with the outside even featuring genuine railway tracks, GWR lamps, railway signs, homemade signals and a white picket fence. Vote for your favourite Cabin and Summerhouses here: http://spr.ly/64938YHoP

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Rosewood Station – Owned by Michael Long in Hertfordshire. This summerhouse has been made to recreate the nostalgia of a country railway waiting room of the 1930s with the outside even featuring genuine railway tracks, GWR lamps, railway signs, homemade signals and a white picket fence. Vote for your favourite Cabin and Summerhouses here: http://spr.ly/64938YHoP

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | The Pullman Shed – owned by Ted Dewan. Originally belonging to Phillip Pullman who wrote ‘His Dark Trilogy’ within it, this shed was handed down to Ted, an author himself. When he is done with it, it must be passed on freely to the next steward for the purposes of creative work - be it mathematics, masonry, painting, writing, sculpture, knitting or other. Vote for your favourite Workshop & Studio shed here: http://spr.ly/64938c711

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | The Pullman Shed – owned by Ted Dewan. Originally belonging to Phillip Pullman who wrote ‘His Dark Trilogy’ within it, this shed was handed down to Ted, an author himself. When he is done with it, it must be passed on freely to the next steward for the purposes of creative work - be it mathematics, masonry, painting, writing, sculpture, knitting or other. Vote for your favourite Workshop & Studio shed here: http://spr.ly/64938c711

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Pricklebums – Owned by Ailie Hill in Ludlow. A saving shed, Pricklebums is an old garden summerhouse that was renovated and converted into a hedgehog hospital, for housing sick, injured or orphaned hedgehogs during their treatment & rehabilitation process, prior to re-release into the wild. Vote for your favourite Unexpected shed here: http://spr.ly/64958cFdS

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Pricklebums – Owned by Ailie Hill in Ludlow. A saving shed, Pricklebums is an old garden summerhouse that was renovated and converted into a hedgehog hospital, for housing sick, injured or orphaned hedgehogs during their treatment & rehabilitation process, prior to re-release into the wild. Vote for your favourite Unexpected shed here: http://spr.ly/64958cFdS

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Whisky HQ – Owned by David Nicks in Devon. Originally conceived as a retreat for the family to escape to on a Sunday night with a meal enjoyed with a wood burner and some board games, it has since formed a second purpose, a MENTAL meeting place. MENTAL stands for 'Malt Enthusiasts North Tawton And Lager', meet regularly to score different whiskies. Vote for your favourite Pub & Entertainment shed here: http://spr.ly/64938c0gx

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Whisky HQ – Owned by David Nicks in Devon. Originally conceived as a retreat for the family to escape to on a Sunday night with a meal enjoyed with a wood burner and some board games, it has since formed a second purpose, a MENTAL meeting place. MENTAL stands for 'Malt Enthusiasts North Tawton And Lager', meet regularly to score different whiskies. Vote for your favourite Pub & Entertainment shed here: http://spr.ly/64938c0gx

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Museum of Knots & Sailors’ Ropework – owned by Des Pawson in Suffolk. This niche shed was purpose built 20 years ago as a museum to display the sheddie’s extensive and unique collection of knots and ropework. Vote for your favourite Historic shed here: http://spr.ly/64908cxKg

Cuprinol Shed of the Year | Museum of Knots & Sailors’ Ropework – owned by Des Pawson in Suffolk. This niche shed was purpose built 20 years ago as a museum to display the sheddie’s extensive and unique collection of knots and ropework. Vote for your favourite Historic shed here: http://spr.ly/64908cxKg

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