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Our Projects

On this page you will find the links to the individual projects undertaken by our members.

These projects may be for themselves or for the wider community of Royal Wootton Bassett.

We are constantly refining our ideas and designs and we're open to suggested projects, as long as they are within our skill set!

The material generally used is wood but they are not limited to this alone.

Reclaimed wood comes from many different sources. Some projects will be made from quality wood but are less likely to be reproduced in any great number. Projects using pallet wood are most common because we have a bountiful supply of unwanted pallets!

Any monies we make is used to purchase the consumables we use so that we sustain our The RWB Shed, which in turn supports the community in many ways. 

We do take commissions so please don't hesitate to contact us here if you think we might be able to help, like many Royal Wootton Bassett residents already have done.

Here are links to various projects undertaken by our Shedders.


Projects Completed in 2023

Projects Completed in 2022

Projects Completed in 2021 

Covid-19 Lockdown Projects

Projects Completed in 2020 

Projects Completed in 2019

Projects Completed in 2018