Entries pour in to Shed of the Year
Garden sheds which have been converted into pubs, diners and museums are among the entries into a nationwide competition to find the Shed of the Year.
People clearing out sheds ahead of the contest are discovering items ranging from life jackets and bales of hay to broken freezers and lawnmowers.
The most common items found in sheds are tins of paint, bikes and broken tools, according to a study of 2,000 adults by woodcare firm Cuprinol, which sponsors the competition.
Shedloads of entries are now being made to the competition, which closes next month.