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Large Field Shelter

Large field shelter made from recycled plastic and available in four colours.

Design features

  • Provides overhead cover from airborne predators
  • Protection from the elements
  • Provides cover from rain, wind and hail.
  • Offers shade in the hot summer months
  • Ideal for placing food containers underneath, so that the chicken feed is kept dry.

The shelters are robust, yet can be quite easily moved using the carrying handles.

Stakes are provided to anchor the house to the ground, which should prevent it blowing away in a high wind.


  • External Size: 147 (w) x 78 (h) x 114 (d) cm

Price: £205.00


Recycled Plastic

This field shelter is manufactured from flat sheets (2.4 x 1.2 m) of recycled plastic, typically 6, 9 or 12 mm thick, sourced from a plastic recycler.

Standard sheets are black in colour. A thin coating can be applied during manufacture to provide a coloured surface on one side. Additives are used to make the plastic ‘UV stable’, to minimise colour fade when exposed to sunlight. Sheets are smooth on one side and have a lightly textured ‘hatch’ pattern on the other.

The recycled plastic is made entirely from used food-grade plastic, primarily post-industrial waste. All plastic waste from the manufacturing process is returned for recycling to make more plastic sheet – this makes manufacture almost a zero waste process.

Some of the off-cut plastic is recycled to make the small 'Pi Clips' supplied to hold the houses together. The metal fasteners are made from stainless steel or other rustproof alloys, to provide a long outdoor life. Being metal, they can all be recycled.

Where your money goes

The Eden Project is an educational charity and social enterprise and when you buy anything from our shop, you're supporting our work and educational programmes.

We’ve been collaborating with the people of Seychelles, who are on the frontline of climate change. We've worked on forest restoration and public education and have even helped fund research into how to safeguard the spectacular native Coco de Mer, which produces the largest seed in the world.

Find out what we've achieved in the Seychelles.

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