Feedback: Really good service. Fitters had the shed up in no time. No mess, no fuss. Good shed, quickly and smoothly installed
Response: Thanks for your comments and you are happy with the service of your new garden shed delivered to you in Burgess Hill. Well installed for you so you can enjoy your new building for many years to come. Regards, Robin
A television program set in Buckinghamshire had a garden shed has its main star. The Buckingham Advertiser, the local paper, reported that a 10 part TV show would be filmed in the shed in an Amersham Garden. Jamie Malden, the local retired headmistress devised the idea for the program which was called Taking Threads.
The program profiled local artists as well as featuring textile art. The 52 year old Jamie Malden told the newspaper that she was a Blue Peter child and absolutely loved the idea of making things and was always collecting washing up bottles to use later. She went on to say that she thought she has found her calling and that she hoped to spread the 'joy of stitch' through the programs.
The series was filmed in her garden workshops and some of the interviewees included Myfanwy Hart, Gilda Baron, Di Wells and Angie Hughes among many others. Talking Threads was not the 1st TV show to feature garden sheds in the program and I think in Burgess Hill. Channel 4's Big Breakfast program used to have a regular feature from Trevor Baylis's workshop set in his garden. This program finished a number of years ago.
Trevor Baylis who was born in 1937 is an English inventor. His best known invention was the wind-up radio which was a godsend to people in Africa and helped to get information about Aids to its people. The radio worked by the user winding a crank which created energy which drove an electrical generator powering the radio.