WIN A 5X4 Pent Standard Shed worth £499 | Beast Sheds Blog


 

At Beastsheds.co.uk we know how hard it is to find that extra storage space, but as the high season is coming up we thought we would give away this fantastic prize of a 5×4 standard shed worth a whopping £499. We will also deliver and fit this shed completely free of charge.

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This wooden shed is from our standard range and is our Pent B Model. Along with the standard door in the end D section, it also comes with an extra door in the tallest (back) section, one Perspex window in the front section and two windows positioned at the back. Both doors are hinged on the right hand side. It also has a slanted single felt roof. The tongue and groove wooden cladding is 16mm thick which is planed to a 12mm finish. The wood has been dip treated to protect it from water and fungus.

What can you use this type of shed for?

The 5×4 Pent shed can be used for extra garden storage, as a potting shed, or as somewhere to keep all of your belongings safe and secure. There are many tools that are used in maintaining your garden so having somewhere dry and convenient to store them is necessary. You can also use this shed for bicycle or motorbike storage. The double doors make getting bikes or motorbikes in and out of your shed much easier. Using a shed such as this for storage may also free up additional space in your garage.

How to enter

We want you to write a blog post telling us all about the creative ways you could use a shed.  You can be as imaginative and creative as you like in your post, we’re looking for entries that really captures our interest. The posts could be fictional or non-fictional and you can use photos, videos in your entry.

Posts ideas:-

Starting a business
Hobbies (Motorbikes, Skate Boarding, Snowboarding, Toy Trains, Arts and Crafts etc..)
Health and Fitness (Gyms, Saunas, Retreats)

To enter, all we ask is the blog post has been previously unpublished and that you include a link to Beast Sheds – http://www.beastsheds.co.uk  or embed our competition badge in your post.

You will need to publish your entry by Wednesday 30th April 2014 and email the link to your blog post to social@beastsheds.co.uk before midnight on that date.

If you’ve entered, please feel free to tweet @beastsheds and we’ll share your blog post with all our followers!

The Prizes

The best post, which will be decided by the Beast Sheds team will win 5×4 standard shed worth a whopping £499

We’ll also be giving away a 2nd prize of a £30 B&Q Voucher for the runner up!

Terms & Conditions:

  • The competition is only open to UK bloggers
  • The winner will be notified by email
  • Any entries submitted by agents, third parties or those automatically generated by computer will be invalid and will not be accepted by the Promoter. No bulk entries.
  • By entering the prize promotion, you hereby warrant that all the information submitted by you in your application is true and your own work.
  • Blog posts must contain either an image hyperlink and/or text hyperlink to http://www.beastsheds.co.uk
  • The prize is not transferable and cannot be substituted for a cash alternative.
  • Entrants must accept their win within 28 days of notification, any claims not received by Beast Sheds within this timeframe will be disqualified.
  • The winner will be notified by email within 28 days of the end of the promotion, and will be contacted via the details supplied at entry.
  • Only one entry per person is permitted.
  • No responsibility will be accepted for entries that are lost, delayed or damaged in the post or elsewhere. Illegible, incomplete, late or defaced entries will be disqualified.
  • The winner agrees to participate in any publicity or other such promotional activities which the Beast Sheds may reasonably require in connection with the prize promotion.
  • The decision of Beast sheds is final and binding in all promotional matters and no correspondence will be entered into.

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Good Luck to Everyone!

 

 


  • chriserlew

    I could liked and shared I could do with a new shed, for my garden chairs, and overflow of garden tools, this shed would make a handsome addition to my garden sitting in the top corner with a climbing plant over it.

    • Pam Hubbard

      I could use the shed to loose myself and imagine I am in a exotic place with all my family with me xx

  • Mary Martin

    This could be my artist studio. I could sit and draw the birds in the garden and complete my unfinished portfolio in peace and quiet.

  • Kevthekitten

    I’m sure I could stand a chance of winning if only I understood the rules. Blogging? Embedding? Hyperlinking? It’s beyond me so I guess you’ll never know the cunning plans I have for my shed.

  • shirlz51

    I would use my shed as a reading room,to escape all the family and enjoy a good book

  • Wayne Buck

    If was lucky enough to win the the shed I’d have to convert it into a mini outdoor Bar. I would modify the windows so that there open from which drinks can be served. Once up and running let the B.B.Q season begin.

  • Amanda Richardson

    I would use the shed as an escape room to have some peace and quiet now and again from the family. Time for myself to watch programmes on TV that I like, or read a good book. Selfish I know, but bringing up children, sometimes you just need a little time to yourself!

  • John Taggart

    It’s not a shed it’s a man cave where we can escape from our partners

  • Ryan F

    I would turn it into a small bar. Just in time for summer

  • geow480

    I would take all my garden tools out of the garage and keep them in the shed in the garden

  • Chris Umpleby

    I would make a sea side shed!! There would be sand and pebbles with beautiful shells tucked in the little nooks and crannies. I make little rock pools lined with plastic and fill them with toy sea life creatures. I’d put buckets and spades and a little boat to float! There’d be an old striped deck chair and a wind break to put up outside. I’d have a little kettle and sand sandwich box, maybe even a candy floss maker and of course a chill box for the ice cream. I’d make a paper sun to hang from the ceiling and a special place for sun cream and sun glasses. I’d invite all the children to come and play at the sea shed side!!! Wonderful!!!!

  • lindsey stuart

    I would just love to turn a shed in to my little time out hut :) i would have my sea side decking chairs set up! I would have a nice little rug down and lots of little candles and no matter what the weather was i could just go in there and relax and enjoy the peace and quiet and maybe even have a cheeky little cocktail ;)

  • pam

    my little hidey hole where I will have a tv so that can watch what I want without interuptions and not have to sit through anymore J Wayne cowboys or war films have tv in other room but still get COME and SEE or can I have a drink

  • Michael

    perfect to keep me out of the pub

  • hmd104

    Would love a dolly shed to hide away and have a comfy chair and music playing, drinking a lovely cup of tea just perfect !!!

  • Eva Trelfa

    oh id love to win this for my daughters to have thier won chill out zone in the garden!!

  • maggie riordan

    It would be my art studio. I’d set up my easel, scatter my paints around and by not having to clear up, I’d be in “huttopia” picking up my paintbrush any time, day or night.

  • sarah hurrell

    I would like this to be a play shed area for my two young kids who love playing outside in their wellies, digging holes and planting out with me or their daddy. It would also be a good place to put some of their toys.
    My partner, on the other halfwould love a games table, bar, fridge and tv so he could watch snooker, golf and the Tour de France with his brother, without me moaning about how long he takes hogging the family tv.

  • Diane Nicholl

    This would be an ideal hidey hole for my hubbie to retreat to, a comfy chair, a radio and his newspaper, a flask and sandwiches would give hours of quiet peaceful time to me!
    He could come back indoors at bedtime.