Feedback: Good on all respects. No complaints. Excellent quality. Delivered on time and erected quickly and efficiently
Response: Hi, Thanks for your feedback on your Platinum Transverse Apex garden shed which we delivered recently in Newbury. It's good that everything went well and that it meets all your expectations. Thanks again Regards, Robin
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There has always been a great deal of competition between England and the Australia in many sporting events, with cricket and rugby being the main ones. However, England will always have the edge in the garden sheds competition. With England's long history of being obsessed with the little bit of 'man's' space in the garden, although more and more woman are competing with the men to ensure that their garden sheds are as good as and as important as the traditional male shed, Australia are sadly lacking in this important event.
It's a shame that the organisers of the Olympics did not introduce the sport of garden shed buildings at this year event which I feel it could have done. I believe that all the hosts are able to select a new sport at their Olympics. I'm sure that England, on behalf of the Great Britain, could have won gold in this event. In fact even though I've turned 60 I feel that I could give a good account of myself as over the years I have assembled no end of garden sheds, although I suppose after 30 years in the shed business it was no surprise.
I remember a few years ago my colleague, Steve Gunner and myself went to a garden building exhibition at Sandown Park in Esher, Surrey and we took three garden sheds along to display. We got there early and carried the sheds into the hall and set work assembling them which we did rather quickly. At the end of the day the organisers presented awards for the various displays and at the end they made a special award to us has they were astonished at our skills at assembling these sheds and the speed which we built them. I was so shocked that the bottle of wine they gave us - I dropped it.
Every year in northern Australia towns gear up for the annual Melbourne Cup and in Ayton a massive metal shed is home to thousands of punters from around the are to watch the horse race. Peter Shields, the organiser said that all they want to know is how many horses are running in the race. For instance if there are 14 horses running in the race then they have just 14 numbers in the hat and you just pick a number.
The Melbourne Cup is Australia's major Thoroughbred horse race and has been held since 1861. The Marketing men call is "the race that stops a nation", it is a 3,200 metre race for three-year-olds and over. As this is held in one of the worlds hottest places it's important that the various grandstands and enclosures are providing adequate shelter from the sun. In effect these grandstands and enclosures could be the nearest thing which Australia has to garden sheds as they are effectively just open fronted sheds on a massive scale. I'm sure that Sir Norman Foster would certainly be able to compete for gold in these types of constructions if that's not belittling a massive talents.
A little further afield in Gymie in Queensland they will pay host to another unique racing event involving camels to coincide with the Melbourne Cup. Over 2000 people are expected to get together where there will be six camel races. I would assume again that sort form of cover will be required similar to the major sheds in Ayton.
What sort of thing do you do in your garden shed? Have you watch horse racing in your shed? And do you think England should have had a garden shed Olympic event at this year's Olympics?