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We want your shed for our 2022 The Shed calendar

We are now calling for entries for your shed to be featured in our 2022 The Shed Calendar.

We are now calling for entries for your shed to be featured in our 2022 The Shed Calendar.
The calendar will accompany the Jan/Feb 2022 Issue 100, on sale November 29.
We could use our shed photos of course but we would much rather use yours.
For getting your shed photo chosen for the 2022 calendar winners will receive a one-year subscription (or their current subscription extended) to The Shed magazine and bragging rights for all of 2022!
1. Simply post an image of your shed in the comments on THE CALENDAR POST on our Facebook page (please make sure you have a high-resolution image, as no matter how good your shed is, we cannot select it if we can’t print it!)
2. If you are selected, we will be in touch to get a high-resolution version of your image and arrange your prize.
Entries close Sunday, August 22nd. Good luck.


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