On Friday I noticed one of my tennis balls from the top of the pea support canes was missing - it set alarm bells ringing but what could I do? On Sunday lunchtime I arrived to pick some rhubarb, only to find the rest of the tennis balls gone, and the shed flat on its face - AGAIN! Every time the shed gets pushed over it weakens it, and every time I have to push it back up and reposition it it gets ricketier. A couple of the planks on the door had got broken so I have patched them up with a couple of nails but I am going to have to think of a more reliable solution. One idea is this: drive some stout posts into the ground (into Metposts or similar) and screw the corners of the shed to the posts. Then reinforce the sides and door with pieces of pallet or similar - because once they realise they can no longer push it over they are bound to start kicking it in frustration.
I don't really want to get a new shed, it makes more sense to reinforce and vandal-proof the one I've got than to spend lots of money on a new one that could just as easily get damaged.
Anyone got any tried and tested vandal-proofing tricks?