In Britain there are around 16 million sheds. It is an astonishing number. Recent research has revealed that Britain is a nation of shed fanatics, with 65% of adults owning a shed and the average shed owner spending over a year of their life in their prized shelter. As the competition to find Britain's best shed continues, the designs are proving to be a mix of ingenious and eccentric, with a host of elective uses. George Clarke and his fellow judges look at the finalists in two more categories. The Summerhouse/ Cabin group throws up a replica 18th-century US frontier cabin containing a mummified yeti, a Gothic grotto decorated with 50,000 seashells, and a scaled down Elizabethan lodge.In the Workshop category, a 1930s garage, complete with classic car restorations, battles it out with a graffiti artist's shed with its own gorilla, an extraordinary bird box production line, and the smallest shed in the whole competition, a music venue with room for just one performer and one audience member. Please note this version may differ slightly from the UK TX version.