Broxtowe News Update & Information Service – April 2019 (with focus on Thursday’s Local Elections)
A warm welcome to the April edition and especially to those who have joined during the past few weeks.
This newsletter is somewhat different to the usual editions. There are only 3 items – as I concentrate (in the main) on the local elections throughout Broxtowe – on Thursday this week – 2 May. These local elections are arguably both the most exciting and important to take place for over a decade and I will explain the reasons why I believe this to be so below.
I do also want to touch on the Horse Fair that took place in Nuthall last week – and inform you of the questions raised with me, explain the information I received and the subsequent actions I undertook.
Finally I have been asked by Kimberley Town Council to highlight two events (and these details are shown at item 3 below).
I’ll be back next month with my more usual type of community newsletter – well that’s providing of course I am successfully re-elected – and I will issue a results update on Friday this week – following the count.
I trust that you find the details below useful and stimulating. Feedback as ever is welcome.
Broxtowe News Update & Information Service – April 2019 – (with focus on Thursday’s Local Elections)
1) Horse Fair Nuthall
So on Tuesday last week I started to receive contact from local residents and landlords in an around Kimberley – asking what I knew about the Horse Fair coming to Nuthall (just by the side of J26 of the M1). As I had received no information whatsoever from the council about this I started to try and make some detailed enquiries.
- Last Wednesday 24 April I contacted the Deputy Chief Executive at Broxtowe Borough Council and the Police & Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire as to what the actual position was and trying to get some clarification.
- I was advised that a Safety Advisory Group met on 23 April and confirmed that the Horse Fair could go ahead, having permission with the land owner.
- A site meeting took place on 24 April with senior officers from Broxtowe Borough Council, the police and other bodies which discussed the issues surrounding the horse fair.
- It appeared that there was some uncertainty about why an injunction could not be imposed (some had asked for this to be considered). I was specifically advised that this could not happen as there had been no proven local track record in this area of anti social behaviour resulting from such an activity taking place.
- The concerns raised with me from local people concentrated on the lack of notice given by the council for this to happen, why should up to 10,000 people be allow to descend on an area with barely a week’s notice? Given the issues that had arisen in other locations – local residents and businesses appeared legitimately concerned about their well-being.
- I also met with the local pub watch group last week – comprising owners of pubs throughout Eastwood and Kimberley. We discussed a wide range of issues.
Fast forward to today and the upshot of everything is that the Horse Fair actually happened successfully without the levels of criminal activity feared – based on previous similar events in different parts of the country.
There are of course huge lessons to be learnt including communications, whether the Horse Fair is to come again (and on what status) – clarity on the legalities of any agreement that took place and so on.
I have got a further meeting with the pub watch team, police and Broxtowe Borough Council tomorrow to de-brief and to discuss a number of issues. The next planned Horse Fair I am told is from 25 – 28 July (same location), and there are a number of specific points I will be raising.
I would in particular like to pay a huge tribute to Beat Manager and Sergeant Andy Browning at Nottinghamshire Police – who seemed to work day and night in order to successfully mobilise a very effective police operation. He ‘phoned me every day from Thursday last until yesterday with updates.
Also to Sue Maxwell – the local pub watch coordinator for the Kimberley, Eastwood, Nuthall area who helped brilliantly with communications.
I will relay information I receive promptly in future newsletters.
2) Broxtowe Borough elections – Thursday 2 May 2019
Onto the main focus on April’s newsletter, and the elections that are taking place throughout the borough of Broxtowe this Thursday. Polling stations open at 7am and close at 10pm.
*Please do remember to take the relevant ID with you* – without this you will not be able to vote. Full details of relevant ID can be found at: https://www.broxtowe.gov.uk/for-you/elections-voting/voter-id/
A list of candidates standing in each borough ward throughout Broxtowe can be found at:
(in some areas of the borough ie Nuthall, Eastwood, Stapleford Brinsley – there are also parish council elections) – the relevant can be details can be found by scrolling down:
There are no elections for the parish council in Kimberley.
THE BOROUGH COUNCIL ELECTIONS IN KIMBERLEY
I have been a councillor on Broxtowe Borough Council continuously since May 1991, firstly representing Eastwood East. In 2003 the boundaries changed and I have been a borough councillor in Kimberley ever since. I was also County Councillor (Kimberley, Awsworth, Cossall and Trowell) between 1997 and 2005.
On 27 February 2019 – after weeks of soul-searching, heartache (and tears) I made the decision to leave the Labour Party – my full statement is here below (many of you may have seen this already – but it’s probably worth a re-read) – it hopefully proves insightful:
A number of people have asked whether I am now in the same party as Anna Soubry? The answer to this is no.
I am not a member of any political party.
I am standing as an Independent candidate – for Kimberley (just as Cllr Richard MacRae does successfully in Stapleford) – and in case you have not seen my election leaflet it can be found by clicking on the following link: 65090 A4 4pp Councillor Leaflet
There are nine candidates standing for 3 positions in Kimberley. There are currently two Conservatives and myself currently representing Kimberley.
So what are my priorities on being successfully re-elected?
It is very important to state that I am here for you (and not the other way around).
My election leaflet: 65090 A4 4pp Councillor Leaflet focuses largely on how we can build Kimberley together – looking at some of the key challenges. I have taken copious feedback from talking with literally hundreds of local residents for some months now on the type of things they want to see improve in Kimberley. To list some of these briefly they are:
- Making sure Kimberley gets its fair share of funding. Many folk say that all the money in Broxtowe appears to go to Beeston. I will work relentlessly hard on being successfully re-elected to addresses this matter, and campaign to ensure we get our fair share.
- Address the significant traffic concerns in two key parts of Kimberley. The traffic issues around Maws Lane, Hardy Street and then separately getting in and out of Swingate seem to be proliferating. Many people appear extremely frustrated with the lack of initiative shown by the County Council after such significant work undertaken three years ago – see for example: http://richardsrobinson.org.uk/2016/08/submission-to-nottinghamshire-council-regarding-suggested-highways-improvements-in-kimberley-swingate-and-maws-lane-areas/
- With the Kimberley population growing we need to invest now – we need to ensure our children gain access to good education and schools of their choice.
- Creative solutions for local businesses are needed to attract investment and increase footfall – this would include lifting parking restrictions and increasing shop front grants.
- Multiplicity of pavement and road surface problems – these stretch throughout the ward – from Glenfield Avenue, Truman Street and Maws Lane to Broxtowe Avenue, around Stocks Road through to areas in and around Swingate.
- Transport issues for elderly people – I have talked to a number of people – especially around the Kimberley part of the Larkfield Road estate (ie Birch, Lime, Poplar etc) – a number of elderly folk there seem pretty isolated that I have spoken with and I want to see what opportunities there are to allow community transport initiatives in this area.
- Making sure that community events that do take place in Kimberley benefit the whole of the community – I have encountered some disquiet amongst people when events have been arranged in the past – when they have tried to find out more about the funding arrangements – information has not always been forthcoming. It’s very important that transparency is paramount in all community initiatives.
- Tram extension from Phoenix Park – through to Kimberley, Eastwood & Langley Mill – see below for all of the comprehensive background information on this:
So what are the immediate priorities for the coming months?
- By the end of May this year (next month) I have been advised that we should know whether or not the substantive reports submitted to East Midlands Councils for funding for the tram extension (see above) have been successful. Naturally there will be a huge amount of work involved here should we be successful.
- I want to establish a comprehensive list of road defect problems throughout the ward and get these submitted to the County Council.
- I want to revisit the previous consultations done on Maws Lane One Way – and the suggestions to improve traffic in and out of Swingate and consult on a wider basis on these again before further submissions being made.
- The footpath between Broomhill Road and Chapter Drive needs some serious attention, as does a broken fence near Cloverlands, together with the ongoing saga of the wall on Ruislip Close that needs to be reduced in height.
More longer term work will be looking at how we can comprehensively boost business in Kimberley – and look at health and schooling issues too.
So all in all a fair bit of homework after Thursday!
These elections I believe are so exciting party because the amount and scope that there is to really continue making a real difference in Kimberley is huge – things like the tram extension – comes around once in a life time. If we miss opportunities to reduce traffic congestion, boost jobs and investment – they undoubtedly won’t come back again and will be snapped up by another area.
I think as well with Brexit being so divisive – there is now genuine scope for something new, brave and bold to emerge in politics – I genuinely believe in Kimberley we can be at the forefront of that change.
What can I improve on?
I am a vastly experienced councillor with over 25 years experience. That does not make me a know it all, neither does it mean I always get everything right. Improvements can be made! For example I’ve had some great sessions in the Miners Return recently on Eastwood Road, talking about politics, and trying to put Kimberley (as well as the rest of the world) to rights. The feedback I have had from there – is that whilst for example my monthly email newsletters are good – and go out to around 1100 people in Kimberley – I should be more visible in the pubs etc, getting feedback from folk who don’t get email (or alternatively don’t read them).
This is a fair criticism – I’ve probably relied to heavily on email consultation and on being successfully re-elected I will be holding regular 6 weekly “Have your Say” sessions throughout all the pubs in Kimberley – talking about developments – and finding out the local moans, groans and problems. I’ll also be issuing hard copy newsletters too, and I have recently met a businesswoman who lives on Maws Lane Kimberley (launching her new Print Company), whom I will be using – see Community business section below.
I could go on for ages as I am passionate about Kimberley, our people and wellbeing.
I do hope you go out to vote. It’s your right to have your say.
I’ve heard it said recently that Broxtowe Borough Council over the past few years has not always been the place to go to get problems resolved. You might liken in to BBC Radio 3, voters are mainly glad its there, but are not necessarily inclined to tune into it themselves. I hope that with a new council after Thursday this will change!
If you still have a postal vote that has not been sent back yet, you can hand it on Thursday at your polling station.
3) Two events being organised by Kimberley Town Council
a) Bank Holiday Monday 6 May – 12 noon 4pm – on the Stag Park, Kimberley NG16 2NB. Free entry: Family Fun Day – with seasonal entertainment – bouncy castle, ice cream, hot dogs etc. Also learn how to do traditional Maypole dancing.
Sunday 2 June 2019 1940s D Day theme Picnic in the Park
The Stag Football Ground Kimberley
12 noon – 4pm
Adults £2, OAP £1, Youngsters under 16 £0.50
Bar, hot and cold food, stalls, live music, children’s play area and lots more entertainment.
For more information on both events please contact Cllr Trevor Rood: email@example.com
Local Community Business Information
Whitebeam Photography – James Street Kimberley
Alison Knight, Freelance PA
Admin getting you down? Too much paperwork, too many emails? Not enough time?
Need some support?
Running a business is hard work. It can be difficult keeping up with everything while you’re out there, doing what you do best.
If you need someone to lighten the load but don’t want or need an employee, outsourcing a freelance PA could be the solution.
I can help with event planning, office re-ordering, minute taking, proofreading, document preparation, personal and company correspondence, ad hoc projects, etc – either remotely or in your premises.
Alison Knight, PA
Four Seasons preservation joinery, window replacement & building restoration
Based in Heanor
Contact Mick Short 07976263038
Pet Walk and Stay
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.
Physiotherapy Clinic based in the heart of Kimberley
11 James Street
Im a fully qualified, HCPC registered physiotherapist with a keen interest in running related injuries and promoting health and physical activity in the community. I offer the following services:
*Chair based exercise classes
*Couch to 5k running courses
For more details on all of the above or to contact me/book an appointment please see my webpage
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).
LAURENCE SUGARMAN – SPECIALIST PERSONAL TRAINING AND EXCERCISE FOR ILLNESS RECOVERY AND COMMON CLINICAL CONDITIONS – (based in Kimberley)
I will travel to your home and take you through a structured nutritional advice and exercise session routine,based on your body and its needs. Each and every illness or disability has its own hurdles,that we can work together to overcome.
I am qualified to teach exercise to those with COPD , Rheumatoid arthritis , Obesity , stress, Anxiety,Depression, Hypercholesterolemia, Hypertension , Osteoporosis, Diabetes and Asthma.
Whilst also having experience with clients with a wide range of conditions from frailty to Parkinson’s disease.
Please get in touch and make the step towards a fitter , happier and healthier lifestyle.
Call Laurence on 07957420352 .
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 : email@example.com
Vision Property Maintenance
Offers a fast property maintenance service, responding to your call quickly and efficient to eradicate your property challenges at a cost to suit your budget.
We founded our business to offer multi trades to landlords, letting agents and homeowners across the East Midlands. Our team are trained in all aspects of the building trade, so we have someone at hand to respond to your call.
Whilst we are quick to attend your needs, we are a local company so we are able to work to your budget however big or small the job is.
Plumbing, general maintenance, joinery, fencing, windows and doors including locksmith service, roofing electrical.
We provide an emergency maintenance service, reacting to issues within two hours from your call.
Vision Property Maintenance
10 Chapter Drive, Kimberley, Nottingham, NG16 2QD
E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
155 Church Lane, Selston, Nottingham,
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
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
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
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: email@example.com
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 07765 531388 or Peter Graboswki on email@example.com 07818 255107 or Stephen: firstname.lastname@example.org
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), email@example.com
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
Amanda’s Massage Room
I’m Amanda. Diploma & NVQ Level 3 Qualified in Swedish and Relaxation Massage.
77, Larkfield Road Nuthall, Nottingham NG16 1EU. Tel: 07771330223 Offering *Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage *Full Body Massage *Aromatherapy Massage *Hot Oil Massage *Ex-foliating Massage *G 5 Massage (mechanical massage) *Indian Head Massage *Foot Spas / Foot Massage *Massage and Facial *Facials 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
Open every day from 10 am – till 8.30 pm Closed Sunday
CALL Amanda on 07771330223 for more info. Answer phone available outside of working hours
Fully Licensed and Insured
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for spare parts for your solid fuel appliance? ContactKimberleyresident Peter Grabowski GAP Supplies – 0115 945 8672
email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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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