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woodstock
22-01-2008, 11:17 PM
Hi all,
I've got an 6ft by 4ft wooden shed in my garden that is now looking for a new home after the big shed came and stole it's spot, so it's up for adoption.

It's already got a small hatch way opened out in the back right hand corner of the shed to allow furry monsters out to play in an adjoining run if you have one - otherwise you'll need to block the hole up.

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2234/2212346915_ab603d82bf_o.jpg

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2378/2212346809_b3e098eb7b_o.jpg

Excuse it being wonkey - it's currently sat on two planks rather than a proper base!

I will include for free the following so you can give it a spruce up in its new location:
- enough high quality roofing felt to refelt the roof (the best quality you can get - should last 15 years - costs more than 25 a roll)
- a bag of roofing 'clout nails' to attach the new felt to the roof
- a big can of 'cedar red' timber paint
- a brush!

What more could you want?!

50 which will be donated to Jane Dexter at Warwick will secure this shed.
You will need to be able to collect from nearby warwick and take the shed away.

Thanks for looking!

Amy & Amber
22-01-2008, 11:29 PM
Anna this is a great idea, :D

Every little helps x

Phoebesmummy9
23-01-2008, 05:47 PM
if only i was closer :cry:

woodstock
25-01-2008, 09:05 PM
I may be able to dismantle the shed, and transport it locally....

Is there anyone at all interested?

stewyprinceandluna
26-01-2008, 02:07 PM
Ive been looking for a shed and would rather give my money to a worthy cause.....

My step-father-in-law has his own courier business, and has his own van... very very tempting.........

woodstock
27-01-2008, 09:01 AM
Ive been looking for a shed and would rather give my money to a worthy cause.....

My step-father-in-law has his own courier business, and has his own van... very very tempting.........


Oh, go on, you know you want too ;) :)

stewyprinceandluna
27-01-2008, 10:36 AM
I am v v v tempted. Would it be safe enough to NOT dismantle it and put it in the van as it is???? It would fit laing on its side in the van without the need to be dismantled!

woodstock
28-01-2008, 11:45 AM
I am v v v tempted. Would it be safe enough to NOT dismantle it and put it in the van as it is???? It would fit laing on its side in the van without the need to be dismantled!

It would probably fit.. although it's quite heavy - with 3 of us it was hard work moving it off the base, so to carry and load it in to a van would need 6+ - it's quite heavy and it will also need to go up some steps in the garden which would be a bit awkward!
The window is perspex so you shouldn't need to worry about that.
The roof is definitely just screwed on, so i don't think it will be too big a task to unscrew it (after dismantling the big shed and and re-erecting it should be easy!)

Amy & Amber
20-02-2008, 06:00 PM
:wave:Is the shed avaliable still Anna ?

woodstock
20-02-2008, 08:22 PM
Hi Amy

It's provisionally taken - i've just got to find the time to take it apart and transport it!

A

woodstock
24-02-2008, 05:31 PM
Now sold and gone to a new home :)

Jane was very thankful for the donation