I need a wood shed!!  (and a bike shed!) as we're going to lose the garage and Charlie's nicked a shed for his man cave!

I need a wood shed!! (and a bike shed!) as we're going to lose the garage and Charlie's nicked a shed for his man cave!

The most typical reason for clipping is to enable the horse to work comfortably and without undue sweating during the winter months when their coats grow naturally thicker. The clipped horse will be denied his natural protection from winter weather, and will need to be provided with additional protection in the form of both stable and waterproof outdoor rugs, ideally with suitable shelter facilities in his paddock.

The most typical reason for clipping is to enable the horse to work comfortably and without undue sweating during the winter months when their coats grow naturally thicker. The clipped horse will be denied his natural protection from winter weather, and will need to be provided with additional protection in the form of both stable and waterproof outdoor rugs, ideally with suitable shelter facilities in his paddock.

The Major Oak is a huge English oak tree near the village of Edwinstowe in the heart of Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire, England. According to local folklore, it was Robin Hood's shelter where he and his merry men slept. It weighs an estimated 23 tons, has a girth of 33 feet (10 metres), and is about 800–1000 years old.[1] In June 2002, the Tree Council designated the Major Oak one of fifty Great British Trees in recognition of its place in the national heritage.

The Major Oak is a huge English oak tree near the village of Edwinstowe in the heart of Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire, England. According to local folklore, it was Robin Hood's shelter where he and his merry men slept. It weighs an estimated 23 tons, has a girth of 33 feet (10 metres), and is about 800–1000 years old.[1] In June 2002, the Tree Council designated the Major Oak one of fifty Great British Trees in recognition of its place in the national heritage.

@Michelle Seaman amazing how taking off a few frilly trims and painting it a nice colour one can change a garden shed into a contemporary summer house/shelter near your barbecue

@Michelle Seaman amazing how taking off a few frilly trims and painting it a nice colour one can change a garden shed into a contemporary summer house/shelter near your barbecue

'Coffin beds' at a Salvation Army shelter in London 1900

Homelessness in Victorian London: exhibition charts life on the streets

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