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The Kirami Easy wood fired hot tub is simple to maintain, and available with different colour inner and outers.
Wilsons Paints is a family business that was established in Exmouth in 1990. They quickly became known not just for supplying their quality products but also for their problem solving abilities. They supply the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace with their exclusive products for use on their Royal Coaches.
With modern communication systems it is no problem to connect to companies, customers or business-partners anywhere in the world and so the number of “shed-workers” who work from their own garden office at least a few days per week or even full-time grows daily.
Patio heaters give off a wavelength of near infrared, which glows orange, this is an instant form of heat with a real wow factor! Available in different designs for differing situations, with very attractive and especially designed reflectors and casings to allow maximum area coverage. Ideal for home use and robust enough for long term use in cafes and restaurants.
With over 20 years of experience here at Wilsons Paints in Exmouth, we know our paint. But we realise not everyone else knows the difference between trade paint and retail paint. It may come as a surprise to you, but there is a difference trust us and it’s not just the word trade written on the tin!
Be the envy of your neighbours and dominate the backyard BBQ scene this summer with one of the hottest trends in outdoor entertaining for 2016 – the combined outdoor heater and cooker.
Paignton Zoo’s huge smelly flower, the titan arum, has now fully opened!
Responding to the announcement that Exeter City Council will receive a reduction of 13.6% in central government funding,
With more cold weather predicted over the next few days, Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service remind you to make sure your chimneys are safe and secure as possible, especially when lighting up fires that haven't been used for a while.
The Fire Brigades Union have announced another strike date on Friday, 1 November from 6.30pm - 11.00pm. The dispute is with the Government over pension reforms. Whilst the issue is a matter between the Fire Brigades Union and Government, every Fire & Rescue Service has a legal duty to maintain a level of service to local communities as best it can.
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