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Shed razing/raising

Fancy a weekend of destruction? Handy with a wrecking bar, a hammer, or a screwdriver? We've got two sheds in our garden at Gark Villa, both of which have seen better days and at least one of which is surplus to requirements, so we're planning a orgy of mayhem and chaos over the August bank holiday weekend (that's the 26th-27th August for the calendrically challenged like myself) in which we're hoping to demolish both sheds and put up a replacement that's more secure and less likely to collapse.

Given ias's, ahem, 'delicate condition', we could do with a bit of help, so this is a call for volunteers. In return, we'll feed you and ply you with good beer.

Anyone interested?

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I'm likely not to be in a position to attend, but I can usefully offer a small piece of advice. When the_major pulled her shed down a couple of months ago, she discovered subsequently that it was playing a vital part in keeping one of her garden fences upright, and when the shed was no longer in place the fence enthusiastically collapsed. You might wish to check that you won't find yourself in a similar position before you commence the destruction.

Thanks Doug - I've checked, and that isn't the case (the fence is sagging in places, and does need to be given some TLC, but the removal of our shed isn't likely to affect it).

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