Shed Advice

  1. Buy a Tool Shed for a Tidy Garden

    Buy a Tool Shed for a Tidy Garden

    A tool shed is not just a clever alternative to a conventional garden shed; it makes a wonderful gift for someone too.

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  2. Your Guide to Lawn Mower Storage

    Your Guide to Lawn Mower Storage

    Lawn mower storage is hugely versatile with plenty of room to store other garden tools, or toys and bikes. Take a look at how you can use these small sheds in your garden.

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  3. Bike Sheds - A Guide to Bike Storage

    Bike Sheds - A Guide to Bike Storage

    Bike Sheds Are Among the UK’s Favourite Garden Sheds

    Bike ownership is at record levels, leading some people to argue that cycling is the UK’s national sport. Consequently, there are now a huge number of bike sheds for sale.

    If this trend continues, bike storage sheds will soon overtake traditional wooden sheds as the nation’s favourite garden buildings.

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  4. Wooden, Metal or Plastic Sheds? Our Advice on How to Choose

    Wooden, Metal or Plastic Sheds? Our Advice on How to Choose

    Every garden needs a shed. Sheds are such versatile buildings: providing extra outdoor storage space for tools, lawnmowers and garden furniture; creating impressive home-gyms or garden offices; as well as being a superb

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  5. How to maintain garden structures

    How to maintain garden structures

    Sheds, fences, pergolas, arbours, trellises and even playhouses are all great things to have in a garden. But the wind, rain, snow and sunshine all take their toll and what looked like a shiny new addition to your garden can end up looking worn out

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  6. Run the London Tree-athlon 2012, in Battersea Park

    Run the London Tree-athlon 2012, in Battersea Park

    This weekend (Saturday 15th September) many runners will be preparing for a charity triathlon with an interesting environmental twit.

    First there is a 5 k run round thevery scenic Battersea park, followed by a barefoot 100 m sprint andfinishing

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  7. News: Fencing could reduce water pollution in the UK

    Advancements in sewage treatment have led to marked improvements UK river water quality. Unfortunately, farm animals continue to be a major cause of river water pollution. If  no action is taken by 2015, then the UK could be in breach of the European Water Framework Directive (WFD).

    This poses potential health risks for people using our rivers for recreational use, such as punting, canoeing or swimming.

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