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02 September 2015

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That's so lovely. In Gardens Illustrated years ago they asked designers to transform a garden shed - one of them made theirs into a cabbies' shelter, painting it glossy green, making a drop-down serving hatch and adding twiddly bits to the roof. I wanted the serving hatch - still do!

Hi Mary. Thank you. I will go and have a look, I think I'll be able to make it within the next few weeks.

Lovely project. Beautiful work.
There's an old cabbie shelter in Oxford, at the bottom of St Giles outside St John's. It's some sort of shop now but I'm pretty sure I remember it still serving its original purpose 30-40 years ago.

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