Broxtowe News Update & Information Service – February 2017
A warm welcome to my February newsletter and a special welcome to all those who have joined so far during 2017.
It certainly is a challenge to continue to remain optimistic about politics and political engagement in the light of so much distrust generally in politicians and so much uncertainty about the future.
I continue to remain upbeat however. My diary is full with plenty of opportunities for positive involvement with local individuals & communities in Broxtowe and the surrounding areas.
Also in a wider sense – politics is never still for long! There are important County Council elections locally in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leics, Lincs etc on Thursday 4 May 2017, together with elections for councils in Scotland and Wales as well as elections for the newly created English Regional Mayors. In respect of the Regional Mayors these elections are taking place in several places throughout England including; the West Midlands, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough and Greater Manchester. These newly established Mayors will lead combined authorities set up by groups of local councils, as part of devolution deals giving the combined authorities additional powers and funding.
As ever there is a lot to get through locally so straight down to business.
If you have feedback on any issue or require assistance with personal casework, please give me a shout.
Richard S Robinson
Labour Cllr – Kimberley, Broxtowe Borough Council
4 Peacock Drive, Eastwood, Nottingham NG16 3HW
0775 1970 640
Broxtowe News Update & Information Service – February 2017
1) Coop – Maws Lane, Kimberley
Last Wednesday 22 February I met with the Area Manager for the Coop Mr Phil Haines at the new store on Maws Lane. We discussed a number of issues that have been raised with me during the last few weeks.
My overall impression of the Coop is that it is a well maintained and tidy store offering a wide range of products, with approachable staff.
In terms of the previous burglaries and bouts of anti social behaviour the Coop are now confident that there are measures in place to reduce such occurrences again – such as CCTV & the presence of a security guard.
With regards to the traffic issues in and around Cornfield Road, Kimberley – over the vehicle entrance to the store then I understand that the Coop are arranging for some new white line traffic markings.
With regards to parking of cars opposite the entrance to the store then the Coop have asked me to investigate whether double yellow lines could be implemented along a stretch of Cornfield Road.
I would very much value feedback from you on this as to whether you think this is a positive step forward. Whilst I have already asked the County Council about this some weeks ago (and they declined), if there is a strong feeling in favour of such action I am happy to raise this again.
Whilst I was meeting with the Coop I did see two cars parked directly opposite the entrance that would have to park elsewhere should double yellow lines be introduced.
If there is a genuine consensus on any suggestions for change around here I am happy to work on these.
If you have any other ideas for improvements you would like to see (however big or small) I would very much like to hear from you.
2) Ilkeston railway station opening
As I reported last month this is due to take place on Sunday 2 April 2017.
I’ve had a number of requests for timetables and if I haven’t got back to everyone yet, please accept my apologies.
I did get in contact with Michael Webb, Head of Train Planning & Access at East Midlands Trains & whilst there are not yet
any consolidated timetable showing both East Midlands Trains (EMT) and Northern services, provisional information can be found at the following link:
I have also been asked about the car parking provisions and the confirmation that I have received is that the car park will operate on a pay and display basis.
3) Tram extension Line 4 phase III to Kimberley, Eastwood & into Amber Valley
Important work is carrying on with ongoing discussions at various levels concerning progressing the tram extension from Phoenix Park. This is despite a rash and ill-advised statement from the Conservatives at the Nottinghamshire County Council Budget meeting last Thursday 23 February “under a Conservative administration at County Hall from May this year there will be no more tram extensions”. It’s not their call.
Yesterday I received a hard copy of Eastwood Town Council’s Neighbourhood Plan consultation containing their thoughts on the route the tram would go through Eastwood, the details can be found within the link below:
On a slightly different track (pardon the pun), but still related to the general tram & public transport connectivity, my colleague and friend from Amber Valley Cllr Paul Jones and I have written a joint submission to the Eastwood & Kimberley Advertiser and Ripley & Heanor newspapers outlining our thoughts. The text of our submission is as follows:
“We all welcome the proposed opening on Sunday 2 April 2017 Ilkeston Railway station after many years of local campaigning by residents and a wide range of other organisations. However, as local representatives of the Kimberley, Heanor and Langley Mill areas we are aware road traffic congestion in Derby and Nottingham is growing rapidly and a recent item in the Nottingham Post identified a very well-known local hot spot for traffic hold ups being the A610 affecting thousands of us locally. Whilst of course in itself trains running to and from Ilkeston will not overnight reduce traffic local congestion, making public transport more accessible is a massive step forward and provides a great sustainable investment model for the future.
As a strong supporter of public transport and a regular user of rail services we hugely welcome the new station at Ilkeston. Though you do not have to be a frequent rail traveller to realise the huge long term benefits this will bring.
And it’s the future which is really important as plans are developed during the next sixteen years for the Hs2 station at nearby Toton and also the Tram extension from Phoenix Park in Nottingham out to Kimberley, Eastwood & eventually into Amber Valley.
However the new station at Ilkeston should not jeopardise train services running to and from Langley Mill station.
Furthermore we both strongly contend that the station at Langley Mill which is very well used by residents in Heanor, Langley Mill, Loscoe, Codnor & Eastwood for example should benefit from modernisation and investment in the near future.
It’s extremely difficult for disabled passengers on south bound trains to exit the station due to the steps. Indeed on occasion passengers have had to go to Nottingham and get on a train to return to Langley Mill this situation needs resolving as a matter of urgency. We note that the MP for Amber Valley in recent literature sated that he continued to support improvements for Alfreton we feel he should do the same for Langley Mill as well as supporting us to also urge the respective train operating companies to look at the possibility of increasing the number of trains that stop at Langley Mill.
According to the train operators own figures between 2011/12 and 2015/16 passenger numbers have risen from 93858 and 115686 a 23% increase.We must build on this and ensure that the community served Langley Mill train station is not forgotten.This also includes improving the car parking for those using the service and relieving the issues on and around Milnhay Road When the Station was re opened ion March 1985 it was due to the support of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire County Council’s ,Amber Valley District Council, as it then was and the Town and Parish Council’s of Aldercar and Langley Mill;, Brinsley, Denby , Eastwood and Heanor and Loscoe . By working together I am sure we can ensure the Station has a bright future.So young or old, car owner or not, commuter or retired, better local public transport is a win-win for us all.
Let’s celebrate the investment and make good use of the new trains to and from Ilkeston, whilst we urge those responsible to ensure that Langley Mill is not neglected!”
4) Stapleford & Trowell Rural Action Group (STRAG)
I have been alerted to the statement that STRAG made on 20 February 2017 regarding the development of Field Farm.
The full details are shown below:
Appeal Ref: APP/J3015/W/16/3154282
“We are very disappointed and saddened with the outcome of the Inspector’s Report regarding Phase 1of the development for 118 houses on Field Farm.
The Inspector’s report focussed on the ‘urban’ character of the site. We feel that this is in contradiction of the fact that it was Green Belt land and that we, the body that has fought to prevent development on the site are known as Stapleford and Trowell Rural Action Group. This is not the development that was wanted by local residents, Stapleford Town Council or Broxtowe Borough Council.
The fact that the Government have overridden the view of a Local Authority is somewhat worrying. Broxtowe Borough Council were not saying ‘do not build’. They were hoping and asking that the quality of build, responsibility and duty of care needed from the Developer should do justice to the sensitive nature of the site. Unfortunately the Developer has ignored them. Now that the Inspector has overruled the authority on all these issues, it sets a very worrying standard and basically means that our Council has no more than ‘meaningless control’ over builders once outline planning permission has been granted.
It is very much apparent that the Council had its hands bound by the wrong decisions made by the previous Council on the Broxtowe Aligned Core Strategy (BACS) and the outline planning permission. There have been so many mistakes made at the time of the BACS negotiations, lost opportunities and lack of ambition of national and regional spatial development policy. This once again proves that housing provision in this country is developer-led and not planner-led and that ecological issues are quite blatantly ignored.
We had hoped that the whole site could have been taken into consideration from the onset so that a compromise could have been achieved. Ideally, this would have safeguarded some of the valuable countryside particularly the area north east beyond the ridge and plantation and at the back of Stapleford Hill, so precious for the wellbeing of local residents and visitors to the area. It now seems that developer-led piecemeal proposals could in time ruin this as well.
STRAG will continue to monitor future proposals for further phases of development on this site. We urge everyone who cares to continue to keep a close eye on proceedings and to offer their support to us for the benefit of us all”
To contact STRAG – please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
5) Maws Lane & Hardy Street & Swingate Traffic Improvements Kimberley – the County Council response
(£25,000 County Council plans for Maws Lane Junction)
I have covered this matter and related topics in copious detail in previous newsletters. This coming Thursday 2 March I have a further site meeting with the County Council & local residents to see whether some informal resolution and breakthrough can be achieved on the current impasse regarding Maws Lane.
I understand a formal complaint has been made to the Local Government Ombudsman already about this case. This does not prevent however a locally agreeable solution still being reached by all parties involved.
If anyone has any questions please let me know.
Incidentally all previous newsletters going back to 2007 can be found at: http://richardsrobinson.org.uk/work-in-broxtowe/
6) Hama Medical Centre, Kimberley – Prohibition of Waiting & No Loading Restrictions, Traffic Regulation Order 2016 (5225)
On a hopefully positive note there appears now to be a locally negotiated settlement on this matter. On Friday 17 February 2017 I met with County Council officials and local residents to discuss the work that the County Council are scheduled to take. Originally this was causing some distress because of the detrimental impact on a nearby property.
I’m pleased to report that it looks as though some concessions are being made by the County Council now which satisfy all parties involved.
Any questions, please get in touch.
7) Dog pooh bins Awsworth & Cossall
These have been installed in a couple of locations now, and the local feedback I have had is overall positive, once some adjustments had been made.
Please contact me for any further questions on this.
8) How do we build a politics that champions the cause of the working class?
I’m really quite excited about this event, taking place at Nottingham Trent University this coming Saturday 4 March.
It’s free admission – with a very high quality array of speakers: Rafael Behr, Lord Maurice Glasman, Ruth Davis, Rowenna Davis, Neil Turnbull, Paul Embery, Gloria De Piero MP, Dr Steve Jones & Revd Canon Barbara Holbrook.
Reserve your ticket at:
9) Cinema proposals Giltbrook Retail Park (GRP)
I am due to visit another retail park elsewhere in the East Midlands during March to try and gain a different perspective on how a cinema operation may work at Giltbrook. I discussed this with the owners of GRP last year. I will then report back to the owners of GRP with my findings.
If anyone has any questions please get in touch.
When there is more substantive news I will let you know.
Local Community Business Information
Pet Walk and Stay
Hi my name is Katerina Sykes the proprietor of Pet Walk & Stay home comfort. I am devoted to providing the best possible pet service for you and your pet/s.
We often find ourselves in an increasing demanding lifestyle which distracts to carrying out the undivided attention we give our pets.
My home is a special place that’s cool for pets to stay, reducing stress and anxiety from alternative lodgings, giving you the freedom to enjoy your time away while I provide the loving care for your pets.
Choose from a range of care options;
· Regular walks
· Day care
· Overnight stays
· Home visits
As I strive to deliver a relaxed and stress free environment for your pets, it is important for you to feel reassured that your pets are in the best care and that you have the confidence in me, your pet sitter/walker. I hold a pet sitting diploma and a pet first aid certificate. Very importantly I am insured. In addition, I can use my experience of caring for my own pets as I understand how they form an integral part of the family. The feedback from pet owners have been how relaxed their pets are and grateful for the regular walks and company.
Affordable rates, so please contact me to discuss and arrange a pre-visit as prices are tailored around your pet’s needs. I am a friendly professional, reliable and will always try to fit around your commitments.
Mobile number: 07763 949535
I live in Awsworth which offers easy access to rural areas. Awsworth village is conveniently located close to the motorway.
Guitar/Bass tuition with a professional musician
Russell Saxton guitar teacher. Lives in Kimberley.
I’m currently taking Guitar, Bass, Ukelele and Mandolin students, all levels from total beginners to advanced players. I teach all styles, rock, blues, metal, indie, folk, country, jazz etc. I can offer lessons tailored to suit the individual in which you simply learn the basics and perhaps knock out a few of your favourite tunes, or a structured course from the ground up teaching all aspects of music and playing the guitar.
I’m based in Ilkeston at Zebra Muzik, message me for details or call me on 07903 610487.
Sparkle and shine cleaning services
For a spotlessly clean home, weekly or fortnightly, deep cleans and one offs, also ironing. Competitive rates.
References available. Give Sarah a call on 07903 926432 (Kimberley).
Insanity – fitness at your workplace or home.
No time for the gym? Let me come to you.
Insanity is the full body workout that will raise your total fitness levels to amazing standards.
Target your problem areas- burn fat and build muscle. All abilities catered for.
Call Laurence on 07903 926432 for more details. Let’s have fun and work it !!!!
Professional reflexology treatments by Angela Henson MAR, an AoR and CNHC registered therapist based in Nuthall.
Taster sessions and gift vouchers available.
Tel- 07783 314107
Painting, decorating and general handyman services
Rob Hunt (lives locally) provides a comprehensive service. No job too small. References from customers available.
Contact: 07757 183867
ADSR ROOFING & BUILDING
A small local business for all roofing & building works.
EPDM rubber flat roofs, new traditional roofs slate concrete or clay tiles, fitted velux windows, new fascia and guttering, patios, garden walls.
To get a free quote call Adam on
07971849305 or email email@example.com
A charity preschool which has been open since 1978 and caters for children aged 2 years up until school age. We provide a safe, secure and caring environment in which children can learn and explore through play.
Victoria Institute, Main Road, Watnall, NG16 1HS
Tel : 0115 9458574 –
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Rosewood Therapy Clinic
Has been offering bespoke Aromatherapy treatments, Indian Head Massage and Hopi Ear Candle treatments for over 20 years. We welcome clients with stress, anxiety, depression, aches and pains, arthritis and anyone just wanting to relax. (Ladies only please). Located in Newthorpe.
Contact: Marie Wayte
Tel: 01773 771234
Mobile: 07951 599141
BEDROOM ZONE – Kimberley
Unbeatable prices on beds, carpet & bedroom furniture, mattresses etc.
Bedroom Zone, 50-52 Main Street, Kimberley, Nottingham, NG16 2LY
www.bedroom-zone.co.uk – 0115 9385533
Quality Interior & Exterior Decorator
Lives locally in Codnor, all aspects of home decorating undertaken – Mick Whetton
Free, no obligation quote: 01773 512646 or 07890 881667
Finances First Lady
Taking away your financial administration headaches by providing the following services:
Accounting preparation for sole traders, partnerships & limited companies, preparation of personal tax returns, corporation tax returns, payroll processing, and VAT returns.
11 Roxton Court
Tele: 0115 896 9690
Mobile: 07885 045080
Patient, friendly and reliable driving instructor based inKimberley.
For more details visit www.elmerdriving.co.uk or call Tim on 07916 269026.
Woodside East Mids Ltd – MOT, Service, Repairs, free MOT with full service, Gate H Station Road/Hardy Street, Kimberley, NG16 2NR, 0115 9385523
Not Just Crafty – based in Giltbrook
Organise craft events for the local community to help promote small businesses
– Raise awareness of funding raising for LOCAL charities as part of their events
– Provide courses for new Crafters by skilled Crafters to help them gain skills to become self-employed
– more details from: www.notjustcrafty.co.uk
Man with a Van
Mobile MIG and TIG welding. Gates and fencing made to spec, gates repaired and refurbed, car welding repairs, light removals, house and garage clearances, gardening tree surgery, property maintenance, all jobs considered
Contact for a free quote: Rob Woodrow: phone: 07531 179352– based locally in Heanor
Rumbletums is a community café offering work experience and training placements to young adults with a learning disability.
The café has quickly established itself as a relaxed and friendly place to go and its excellent coffee, home-made cakes and tasty meals have received numerous compliments.
Rumbletums also runs a Parent and Toddler group each Tuesday from 1 00pm to 3 00pm and has two large meeting rooms available for hire.
Rumbletums opens from 9 30am to 3 00pm from Tuesday to Saturday at 2a Victoria Street, Kimberley (on the corner of Victoria Street and Newdigate Street, opposite Kimberley Parish Hall). Phone 0115 9384953.
Find all our information at http://rumbletums.org.uk/
Madhatter’s Coffee Shop Kimberley
Madhatters’s growing success is thanks to the local community supporting it by popping in for coffee, or visiting on one of our tapas, Greek or music nights.
The support is amazing and I would like to thank everyone sincerely. We are open for tea, coffee, fresh salad, jacket potatoes, baguettes, and of course gorgeous cakes!!!
Keep an eye on the blackboards for the next events, and on Facebook; http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/madhatters/139451719511260
Private parties available, catering for up to 30 guests – talk to the Madhatter for more information.
With love from the Madhatter
Contact for more information Nygel Stevenson
Wayne Brown Photography
Providing Bespoke Wedding-Model-Commercial- and Stunning Award Winning Portrait photography. We are also very proud of our HEALING HEARTS project for Families Affected by illness and Cancer working with The Lee Ryan Trust, and CancerUK. I offer my services free providing beautiful memories for your family.
Contact me via e-mail: email@example.com
or Tel: 0115 8544615 Mob 0792 1835 305
to chat about what you have in mind.
fUJIDISTINCTION winner three times, 121 swpp awards since 2005 – portrait photographer of the month 17 times since 2004.
BILL PLANT Driving School – Based inKimberley. With our professional and friendly local driving instructors, you’ll enjoy a relaxed, positive and encouraging environment as you learn to drive. Driving lessons with the Bill Plant Driving School are very competitively priced, proudly offering at all times the offer that our UK learner drivers nationwide have come to know and adore, 5 lessons for £56* (*Terms & Conditions) Why not call ANDY, your local Bill Plant Instructor for more details. Tel: 07932 666903
Music ACT ( DJ Service )
Music ACT offers high quality disco and music for any type of celebration. All event is special and we will ensure your entertainment is first class. Providing professional tailor made music solutions for Civil Ceremonies, Partnerships, Wedding Breakfasts, Children’s Parties, Corporate Functions or any other Events. We have full Public Liability Insurance (PLI) as required for any venue and are already CRB Checked for Children’s Parties. Call Susan for more a quotation
Tel: 07951 779895– based in Kimberley
RM home services
All aspects of home maintenance Kitchens, Bathrooms, Bedrooms, Electrical, Plumbing, Tiling & Decorating Gardening Services & Maintenance, Clearance. Pavin, Slabbing, Fencing
NO JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL Please call or e-mail for free quotation
Home; 01159 459631 Mobile; 07508 035049 Richard Maltby
Jacques Niemand offers special offers on boot camps, personal training packages – all at very reasonable costs, situated inNottinghamor can be carried out in your home environment – contact Jacques –
Mob: 07912 868954
Cavendish Systems Ltd – Caring for your Computers
We provide a full range of computer services/repairs for home and small business users.
We work evenings and weekends for your convenience – our work is guaranteed – we can come to you or you can bring your computer to our workshop – if we cannot fix your problem, we charge no fee – we are Microsoft certified – we are locally based in Kimberley – we have decades of IT experience and contacts to call upon – full details of services and prices are on our website.
What our customers say “Great all-round knowledge” “Impeccable service & delivery” “Approachable and friendly” “Very professional” “Friendly, honest and intuitively skilled” “I have never had a problem that Chris can’t fix!”
Contact Chris Appleby on 07720 966517– based in Kimberley.
E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cavendish Systems Ltd Computer services and repair – Home/Small Business/PCs/Macs/Servers/Networks/Programming/Virus removal/Web/Security/Training/Video Editing Microsoft Certified
John Sherwin Ltd Specialist Motor Engineers Somercotes Hill, Somercotes, Alfreton,Derby DE55 4JS
Tel: 01773 604400
Neighbourhood pet care, pet boarding for caged birds and pets, also home visits, dog walking, feeding etc peace of mind references, collection/delivery service tel: Jenny on 0115 8494708; or mobile 0795 2751 019
73 Newton’s Lane, Cossall
Running from Baker Road, Newthorpe the business called Triple S offers: Computer Services based on a fixed rate fee. The main services range from a computer “MOT” to a full rebuild of the operating system, installation, services for Broadband and an “Anything Computers” one to one are available.
Contact Steve: http://www.tripletriple.co.uk/ and the mobile number; 07847 786744 E-mail: email@example.com
I’m a local author living onVictoria Street,Kimberley. I’ve just published a children’s book which is an historical adventure based around Kimberley, Awsworth, Cossall, Ilkeston and Nottingham Castle in the year 1086.
I’m very willing to make this book available for fund-raising purposes. GLORIA MORGAN firstname.lastname@example.org
Book Title: KINMERS LEA – which is the old name forKimberley.
My contact details: Tel: 08454 67 1086 (local rate calls). The book is available for sale from Plumb’s, James Street, Kimberley, Awsworth Post Office, Giltbrook Post Office and Giltbrook News price £7.99 Web site http://www.kinmerslea.co.uk/
SoftWurkz S£ick Business Management Software Pain Relief for Small Businesses SoftWurkz Limited is aKimberleybased Company who specialise in the development of business management computer software for the self employed andfor small businesses. The directors liveon Angus Close,Kimberley. To find out more information contact: Richard Bradley email@example.com 07765 531388 or Peter Graboswki on firstname.lastname@example.org 07818 255107 or Stephen: email@example.com
C & J UPVC Maintenance Specialists in UPVC Window, Door & Conservatory Repairs/Upgrades Contact Craig Harwood – 07999 599501, or 0115 849 8397 – http://www.candjupvcmaintenance.co.uk/33Wortley Avenue, Trowell, Nottingham, NG9 3QP
Noah’s Ark Pre-School Playgroup Free places for 3 and 4 year olds. Holy Trinity, Church Hill, Kimberley, Nottingham, NG16 2HY Tel: 0115 945 8553 (am only), firstname.lastname@example.org
Golden goose classes
Are small friendly groups meeting for textile lessons in my home on the Gilthill, Kimberley. Classes are limited to 5 students in well equipped workroom. All levels of ability are catered for, from GCSE catch up – to recreational sewing. I am an experienced textile teacher with twenty years experience which I would now like to pass on in a more relaxed atmosphere. Classes cost £3.50 per hour for up to two hours. On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday during the morning or afternoon, and some evenings. During 2009 some of my students have made their own clothes, Advent calendars Shopping bags, wall hangings and full size machine pieced quilts.
Contact Pat Furniss 0115 8548933 or 07941898139 for more details.
Kevin Tanner Photography offers commercial photography at all levels and across all sectors for websites, on-screen presentations, exhibitions, printed literature and showcasing. We operate nationwide on a quotation basis providing images on disk, actual photographs are also available.
Est in Kimberley since 1980. Kevin Tanner Photography, Studio House, 86 Eastwood Road, Kimberley, Nottingham NG16 2HF
*Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage
*Full Body Massage
*Hot Oil Massage
*G 5 Massage (mechanical massage)
*Indian Head Massage
*Foot Spas / Foot Massage
*Massage and Facial
From a 30 minute Back, Neck and Shoulder Massage to a 2 hour Body Massage. A lovely Therapy room in a homely setting. There is no need to rush after you’re massage, so you can truly relax and unwind in a quiet and peaceful environment.Prices start from £20.00
CALL Amanda on 07771330223 for more info. Answer phone available outside of working hours
Gerry Hargreaves has a background of electrical installation and maintenance followed by considerable experience of energy monitoring providing technical support to the marketing division of East Midlands Electricity.
Projects throughout the UKhave included energy monitoring and data/billing analysis to assist companies to improve efficient use of energy. This has included disputes with electricity suppliers and distributors and site surveys, installation of temporary monitoring equipment and recommendations to install suitable power factor correction equipment. Site surveys for the installation of a M&T at major sites, have been undertaken and with the recent advances in remote monitoring technologies surveys and installation of GSM smart meters have been undertaken at distribution centres of a leading logistics company. A request by a leading UKenergy supplier has resulted in the installation of remote data collection technology, including planning and installation of remote data logging equipment to monitor and analyse usage data from geothermal sites within theUK. This work is ongoing in the development of renewable energy and low carbon technology.
Site visits and travel are significant reduced with the application of t-mac technology.
Gerry Hargreaves 2 Laverock Close Kimberley Nottingham NG16 2QX
Tel: 01159384967 Mob: 07973406202 Fax: 07970451844 http://woodmeadenergyservices.co.uk/default.aspx
Brian Gregory Your Local Painter and Decorator.
Lulworth Court, Kimberley
References given by all my local customers
Tel: 0797 6659 436 or e mail: Margaret Foster: email@example.com
Looking for spare parts for your solid fuel appliance? ContactKimberleyresident Peter Grabowski GAP Supplies – 0115 945 8672
Parkray, Rayburn, Aga, Trianco, Baxi, Esse, Charnwood, Dunsley, Firemaster & many more. Front bars, bottom bars, single bars, deepening bars, firebricks, side bricks, front bricks, back bricks, throat plates, ash pans, thermostats, fan units, operating tools, single glass strips, glass panels, control knobs, draught stabilisers, fireplates, fuel regulators, door seals, fibre rope, ash carriers, fire cement, coal savers, flue brushes.
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