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November 7, 2017
In his latest adventure, Sir Tristan receives an invitation from the Queen to visit the palace with his armoured shed.
Bernard the Dragon has other ideas and warns the creatures of Doomwood and Splutter Swamp that Sir Tristan will be venturing through.
Despite Bernard’s usual threats, the monsters are not able to stop or damage the shed; even a last gasp of fiery breath from the dragon has no effect.
The Queen is delighted that the shed has arrived unscathed and awards it with the Royal Seal for Design, Ingenuity and Quality.
October 19, 2017
In this adventure Bernard the dragon thinks time is on his side when he meets with Mongo, the time travelling Wizard.
Unfortunately, Bernard’s latest evil scheme backfires as the Wizard finds Sir Tristan’s shed in perfect condition when he pays it a visit 25 years in the future.
Not wishing to tell the short tempered dragon of his worrying news he sensibly transports himself again, out of harm’s way.
As always, Sir Tristan gets the last laugh.
September 11, 2017
The land of Tristan Trimetals has numerous evil inhabitants and many witches who all tend to dress in a similar fashion; in fact it is sometimes hard to tell which witch is which.
Everybody knows that Rusty is a particularly nasty witch who specialises in making the life of peasants unpleasant by casting her foul weather spells causing rain, wind and thunder storms.
Bernard the dragon uses her services from time to time and hatches a plan to destroy Tristan’s shed with the help of Rusty’s mischievous magic.
July 21, 2017
One of the many troubles with goblins is their tendency to take anything that isn’t nailed down.
More intelligent creatures often use them to break into property and steal treasures.
Unfortunately for our two goblin thieves, Stickyfinger and Stump, Tristan’s armour plated shed proves too much for them.
Goblin proof your shed – Trimetals has the answer.
June 16, 2017
The first instalment of Ye Olde Adventures of Sir Tristan Trimetals, in which he uses his ingenuity to overcome the fiery fiend which is Burnard the Dragon.
A cautionary tale about the perils of using wooden or plastic sheds and the benefits of a solid metal shed which is both fire-resistant and above all Dragon Proof.
With special thanks to the brilliant Steve Beckett – regular cartoon illustrator for the Beano, Dandy and many others.
June 14, 2017
Trimetals are proud to present:
YE OLDE ADVENTURES OF SIR TRISTAN TRIMETALS
Although the modern day Trimetals was founded in 1967 it now appears that our medieval ancestors also had ideas about metal sheds.
Recent excavation work in the tunnels under the Trimetals factory have revealed ancient manuscripts, now translated they tell the story of chivalry, heroism, dragons and, of course, metal sheds.
Believed to be written by none other than Sir Tristan Trimetals himself, it tells his legendary story about the ongoing battle against the evil beings who seek to wreak havoc on him and his shed.
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