Way back when I started this blog, I promised you a better look at my allotment shed. Here's a closer look, though I'm not going to show you the full monty yet as I'm saving that for National Shed Week in July. I inherited my shed when I took over the plot 4 years ago and I've done nowt to it since apart from fill it up with all sorts of 'useful' stuff. I like its 'lived in' appearance.
Which brings me to reason for this post. The Museum of Garden History and the National Council for the Conservation of Plants & Gardens are celebrating everything 1970s from the shed. This could be old tools, that old Flymo you still use, gardening books from the period, photos, adverts - but not stuff like that bottle of old weedkiller you still have. That's probably illegal by now and should be disposed of safely. Any road up, they're looking for 1970s artefacts and recollections for their exhibition at the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show in July. So get tidying! If you can help, you need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org, with a description of the item plus a picture, if possible. Sadly, my allotment inheritance whilst vast wasn't ancient enough, so I'm going to have to pass up the opportunity to help this time.