|The workshop looks like a good little building, however when you look closely you see that it not quite as sturdy as it appears. The roof is made of corrugated iron, topped with ply and then felted providing a not so good home for a few families of bluetits, judging by the chicks that keep falling out of the nests. The walls are a mixture of wood and brick covered in render. The old single pane windows have also seen better days, however overall it is still a very useful place for doing those little DIY jobs and has a sink and running water. The electricity is supplied by a long cable which runs along the patio wall and into the house... where you'll find a plug! Yep, it is basically a long extention lead!|
In the above photo you can see the trellis that made the temporary boundary fence of the dog pound and the kennel behind that.