Monday, 16 May 2011

Please Vote for The Plotting Shed (Shed of the Year 2011 Comp)


Some of you may remember that my shed was a Category Winner in the 2009 Shed of the Year Competition. Well, voting has now started for the 2011 competition and I'd be grateful (as will His Grumpiness) if you could vote for The Plotting Shed (aka Grumpy's Palace) HERE

Please feel free to leave a comment if you like. The public voting ends at noon on 5th June 2011, when the shed in each category with the most votes will go through to the judging panel (including Sarah Beeny and Simon Mayo) and one will be crowned Shed of the year 2011. The winner will be announced during Shed Week from the 4th July 2011.

31 comments:

Anna Scott Graham said...

Done! Go Grumpy's Palace!!

Gran said...

Done! Good luck!

Pat Posner said...

Voted. Good luck.

xxPat

Rosemary Gemmell said...

Absolutely, Debs, off to vote now - it looks a wonderful plotting shed!

Sue Guiney said...

Done!
One question -- can you use it year round, really? Does it get cold? Do your papers, books get moldy (that's what happened to my stuff in my shed on Martha's Vineyard).
Good luck!

sheepish said...

Vote done. Just seen your photos from Sorrento. I was in gloomy England last week so am green with envy. I adore Italy and can't wait for another trip. It looks fabulous.

Lesley Cookman said...

Yup, I've voted. If only I could get some of the rubbish out and electricity in, I'd start using mine! I have visions of getting a little pot bellied stove like they used to have in Roma caravans - and I've already got a Lloyd Loom chair...

B.E. Sanderson said...

Done. I hope you win. =o)

Melissa Marsh said...

Voted! I loved looking at all your photos. What a cozy writing space!

Debs Carr said...

Thank you all so much for voting for the shed, it's much appreciated.

sue - I do use the shed all year round, apart from when it's extra cold and has been snowing as that gets just a little too cold. I haven't had a problem with damp yet, thankfully.

sheepish - sorry to hear your weather wasn't so good.
lesley - I love the sound of that little pot-bellied stove, especially in the winter months.

Ladybird World Mother said...

VOTED!! xx

Debs Carr said...

ladybird world mother - thanks so much for voting.x

Flowerpot said...

Certainly wll Debs - bst ofluck!

Kaye Manro said...

Hi Debs! It is good to be back around again-- going to cast my vote for your shed now. It is lovely for sure.

Suzanne Jones said...

I've voted. Lots of luck.

XX

Debs Carr said...

flowerpot - thank you.

kaye - good to see you back again, thanks for voting.

suzanne - many thanks.

Talli Roland said...

Done! Good luck, Debs!

Debs Carr said...

talli - many thanks m'dear.

galant said...

I, too, have voted for the Plotting Shed but I reckon my own dear little summerhouse which my husband built for me last year would give your plotting shed a run for it's money, har, har! However, it lacks your lovely pink Lloyd Loom chair, ahhh! But it has a sheld, an ornamental snail called Brian, and a little logo given to me by a dear friend which reads "Love Grows in Little Houses"
Margaret P

Debs Carr said...

Margaret - thanks so much for voting for the shed, it's much appreciated. I love the sound of your summerhouse and should imagine it's a lot tidier than my messy space.

Jan said...

Marvellous and have just registered my liking! Good to be back.

Jane Lovering said...

Voted! Maybe winning will make Grumps a little less Grumpy... particularly if there are biscuits.

By the way, have awarded you a Versatile Blogger award, if you care to pop over to my blog and pick up the logo to pass forward (it's all very incestuous, so I apologise if you're completely fed up with it!)

Debs Carr said...

jan - thanks so much for voting and for your comment.

jane - thanks for voting and for the award.

Grumps will look miserable however cheerful he is.

Casdok said...

Done:)

Debs Carr said...

casdok - thank you so much.

Amanda said...

Zipping over to vote now :-)

galant said...

Debs, I'd love to send you pix of my little summerhouse, which I think is quite pretty, but I don't have an email address for you. Perhaps that is intentional, as many bloggers have their email on their profile.
Margaret P (Torbay, Devon)

Debs Carr said...

amanda - many thanks m'dear.

galant - I'll find your contact details and let you have my email address. I'd love to see some pictures of your summerhouse and wish mine was a bit more summerhouse and a little less 'shed'. ;)

galant said...

Hi, Debs, hope you've been able to find my contact details. Then I can send you some pix of my little summerhouse. It's small but beatifully formed, har, har!
Margaret P

Debs Carr said...

Sorry, I havent been able to find your contact details. You can email me (see email addy next but one post comments). Looking forward to seeing pics of your shed.

Inglath Cooper said...

I want a Plotting Shed! Love it!