Shed enthusiasts have been battling it out, displaying their standout structures for the coveted title of Shed of the Year.
Among the thousands of unconventional entries are pub-inspired creations, a shed floating on skis and a converted black cab.
Almost 3,000 people entered their outdoor havens and there are now just 24 hopefuls remaining in eight categories, which include eco-friendly creations and historic-like structures.
Entrants of the Cuprinol-sponsored competition are hoping to get their hands on a £1,000 prize, as well as the prestigious 2018 title. The winner will also receive a winner’s plaque, a giant crown and £100 worth of woodwork products.
The public will vote for the best shed in each category before a panel of “shed experts” decide on the overall winner.
The judges had been “blown away” by this year’s line-up, according to competition founder Andrew Wilcox.
He said: “It’s amazing to see how the sheds evolve each year as entrants take inspiration from others and realise that creating your own shed on a budget is a more than achievable project.
“I will be very interested to see who comes out on top following the public vote. It is going to be a near-on impossible task deciding who will take top honour as the Shed of the Year 2018, I love all 24 sheds.”
Here are some of the structures in with a chance of winning: