s The Joiner's Arms, Pub/Entertainment from garden owned by Lorraine Salt #shedoftheyear
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Category: | Pub/Entertainment

The Joiner's Arms

More than £1000

After many evenings sat in the garden on a 'typical english evening' sat shivering, we decided to build our own pub in the garden. It's been the best decision we ever made. Our pub/shed has seen many parties and fun evenings with all our friends and family. People have seen photos and thought it was a real pub!

We decided to build our pub in a traditional stye with wooden flooring and tongue and grooved v-jointed boarding. The bar and back bar were also all built by my husband. All furniture used has been reclaimed from pubs. We decided to double glaze it, although it has a working electric fire/stove in there to keep it cosy. We have now installed a quiz machine and TV to keep guests even more happy. We have sourced many vintage items for the pub to keep it original looking. Many a good night has been held in the pub.

Year first entered 2016

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