10 x 6 Garden Sheds for Sale
View our range of solid and robust 10×6 wooden garden sheds. Or view all garden shed sizes
All of our timber sheds which we sell are not the 'cheap and cheerful' buildings you can buy online made from inferior materials and down to a price. After 40 years in the business we know what is important in making a quality garden shed - one that will last and will look good in your garden.
Don't risk buying a 'bad un'. Do your research and always, if possible, go and look at your intended purchase before signing on the 'dotted line'. Don't end up in the situation - if only! Visit one of our show sites and see for yourself how good our sheds are. You won't regret it.
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After being criticised over her artificial lawn, Jan Brooker a keen gardener, said that she won’t enter any gardening competitions again. Jan, who is a retired admin worker, had won 1st prize in the First Time Entry category at the Brentwood in Bloom competition. However, letters in the local newspaper, which quite often are anonymous, had forced her into reconsidering entering again. The complaints revolved the use of artificial grass around her 6X10 garden workshop
in her garden, which may not be to everybody’s liking, but if they are not banned from being used then where is the problem?
She said that she could not believe how horrible people could be and that she had no intention of deceiving anybody. As it was the judges would have been able to see quite clearly that the lawn was artificial so clearly they were looking at the aspect of the garden and felt the lawn had added to the garden appearance.
Mrs Brooker, who shares her home with her blind husband, got the inspiration to use the lawn after seeing it at the Hampton Court Garden Show where it was displayed as well as all sorts of garden products from garden sheds, summerhouses and huts in sizes from 10X6 and upwards right through to small garden tools.
She won £80 for coming first in the First Time Entry class and the other winners at the Brentwood in Bloom competition were St George’s Church for best maintained Religious Grounds and Ingrave Johnson Primary School for Best School Project.
My view about artificial grass is why not? There are many items which make up a garden which are not natural products such as paving slabs, fountains and even garden sheds. All these come together to make the overall experience of a natural garden. As is it gardens have evolved over the years and are vastly different to gardens of 50 or 100 years ago. Also the people doing the complaining – were they entrants or people who feel they have to complain about everything – perhaps they should get a life!