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Master Lock Shed Lock £2 instore @ Tesco Risca and Newport
Posted 6 h, 25 m agoPosted 6 h, 25 m agoLocalLocal
Master lock shed lock. Picked one of these up other day reduced from £8 to £6.25. fitted it and it's nice so went back to pick up another for second shed and it scanned at £2

Yes, yes Monty Python references har-de-har. If you value any of your belongings. Don't lock them behind anything branded "Master Lock". Might as well paint a padlock to the door for what it's worth.


are you two sheds Jackson? only for those of a certain age or can be bothered to google it.....


Keter Marvel Plus Outdoor Garden Storage Box 270L - Brown in store pick up £39 @ Homebase
Posted 19 h, 57 m agoPosted 19 h, 57 m ago
The multi-purpose Marvel + Garden Storage Box is all about convenience. The lid supports up to 220 kgs and comfortably seats two adults as well as providing a capacity of 270L / 71… Read more

might be worth checking your local home bargains first i picked up 2 for £29.99 each there last week stock is very limited though and i had the last 2 at my store

Installed Forest Garden Kimbrey 44mm Log Cabin 17ft x 13ft 8" (5.2 x 4.2 m) - £5,099 @ Costco
31/10/2021Expires on 31/10/2021Posted 11th OctPosted 11th Oct
Costco have an offer on their Log Cabin. Seems like a good price. Has anyone bought one of these? Is it watertight? Do you get any spiders?

Actually it is more complex a question than that. Ie the answer is more complex. The maximum height of a shed without planning permission is 2.5m if you want to put the shed within 2 meters of the border of your property. So if you want to build this shed at the bottom of the garden sadly that is technically a no no. Now whether anyone cares/cares enough to report it/cares enough to do anything after it has been reported is another matter. This is only 5cm too tall after all. Will your neighbour measure it - will anyone else measure it - could you dig a hole and drop the shed in it or build up the surrounding land by 5 cm? The eaves are fine plenty low enough, but the overall pitch is too high to have facing a neighbour in any direction. Also you are not allowed to cover more than half of the original garden - though if you have 2 metres all the way around the outside you are probably fairly safe on this front. (Since 7.2x6.2 = 44.64m2 and the shed itself is only 5.2x4.2 = 22.8 so it seems likely you are only building on less than half the garden - although obviously if you've already built a garage or too in the garden then this rule could potentially still be breached - but very unlikely). If you have enough land to have a 2 metre border around this shed then you can build this one (or indeed a much taller one without planning permission. I'm sure that you'll get people respond on here to say that they have one and don't have planning permission, but that doesn't mean they shouldn't have planning permission.


Hiya mate, I'm in Derby and we've finally managed to get our garden brick building started this year. I looked a lot into wooden ones but in all honestly the ball ache of having to maintain them just wasn't for me and there's no way they are as well insulated as a double brick/block building with insulation in between. I double checked with the local planning office over the phone and they said I could build up to 50% of my garden (which I could never afford to as my garden is huge) and if I'm building on any boundary then the max height has to be 2.5 metres externally. If I wanted more height than I either apply for planning permission or without planning permission I have to be 2 metres away from any boundary, to me that would be a wasted space in the garden and didn't want to wait months for planning. Our builder did say we could chance going higher as he could see a lot of people in our area had been cheeky and clearly built without formal planning. I didn't want to chance it so he's built it 5mm under 2.5 metres just to be safe. I originally wanted either a traditional pitched roof or lean to style, both with traditional tiles and Velox windows but the problem was we'd lose a lot of internal height. So we've gone for flat rubber roof which are now very well rated with a bit of a canopy at the end that'll house spot lights. Externally our size is 7m X 3.5m and as we will have full wall, floor (100mm I think), roof insulation internally it'll be 6.4m by 2.9m. The internal height will be around 2.2m ish and we'll have spot lights to maximize the height. I'm just under 6ft so that height is more than fine for me. When I look at my 60cm of insulation I just can't see how wood can even come close plus add in the hassle of maintenance of wood. We were quoted around £16k to start with but we will be adding extras like electric under floor heating with wireless controls, floor to ceiling windows, rendering on the outside and then decorate, the outside path will need upgrading etc so we've budgeted £20k. It'll have full electrics and great thing is I know which part will be my office so I've put in the sockets to suit my location. Hope that helps and if you want any further info, give me a shout.


Thanks for taking the trouble to reply on that. This one’s half way up a wall, in a village where there are no others on domestic properties, very visible from the road and extremely annoying to neighbours. My guess is that the LA will conveniently deem it to be de minimis, and we can’t of course force them to take enforcement action, so I was just interested in your view


There is no provision for them in the legislation, so it depends on how large / visible / common locally / annoying to neighbours they are, for the council to look the other way.


Not a great time to do these as a project Timber & commodity prices at ATHs.....waiting for market to settle

Keter Circa 140L Outdoor Garden Storage - £35 Instore @ Wickes (Croydon)
Posted 10th OctPosted 10th OctLocalLocal
In Wickes, Purley Way Croydon. Keter Circa 140L Outdoor Garden Storage Box - Brown - Take a seat and hold your drink while your patio accessories are safe and sound. The Circa W… Read more

Here is the link..


What sort of diameter are these

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Sicily 6 Seater Metal Patio Set - Grey £130 click & collect @ Argos
Posted 8th OctPosted 8th Oct
Brilliant price and reviews for this 6 Seater Metal Patio Set. The lowest price ever according to Argos. Garden table features: Glass table top. Steel garden table. Table s… Read more

May have been a bad batch not finished properly but outside furniture should stand up to summer weather at least. Maybe worth a punt at this price. Can always return it but it’s a hassle.


Oh, that's not good. :( Sorry to hear that.


I bought this earlier this year but had to return it after 3 weeks as all the chairs started to rust on the back rests.

Keter Wonderfold Kids Playhouse - £35 instore @ Homebase, Newport
Posted 2nd OctPosted 2nd OctLocalLocal
Normally £100 and now reduced to £50 on but in Homebase Newport they are down to £35! Looks like only this store has them at this price and only 4 left!

Confirmed. Just picked one up from homebase Leeds. 2 left...


‘If it rains’? Is it made of cardboard? 😳


Bought this for my daughter the last time it was on offer last year, its brilliant and surprisingly roomy inside


Wow what a steal