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Infrared panel heaters are very slim, sitting in total about 4cm deep from the wall, there are no lights or switches, no fans or noise, the panel simply becomes hot, hot enough to give off a wavelength of infrared, a warmth you can feel on your skin, a warmth which also warms objects around you like the walls , floor and furniture, these objects then also give off heat, creating a cosy atmosphere, all this warmth then heats the air, and the air stays warm for longer because it is not being chilled, and you feel cosy.
Infrared heating is the modern electric way to heat your home, rather than storage heaters or radiators, infrared is far more energy efficient and controllable and is becoming the preferred choice of many energy consultants, home builders and large businesses here in the UK.
Meet Matthew, he lives in Bude with his family and looks like your typical 10year old. However, Matthew is a very special lad. When he was five and a half months old he got meningococcal septicemia. He was incredibly poorly and nearly died but luckily Matthew is a true fighter and bravely fought for his life and won! His recovery was a slow and steady one that is such a blessing however as he got older it was clear that the disease had left him with an acquired brain injury causing him to have learning difficulties, speech and language problems, behavioral problems and sensory processing disorder. He has no danger awareness and is constantly seeking sensory stimulation. Matthew is in need of a sensory room in his home to help with his day to day recovery and this is where you can help.
Life is unpredictable and preparing for every eventuality can be tricky. But with the guidance of a good solicitor you can choose the best option for you and your family.
Thinking of heading to the Pantomime in Barnstaple this year? We sent in a local family to get the low down on Aladdin at The Queens Theatre - Here's what they had to say...
Candles lit and fairy lights are beautiful but can be dangerous if left unattended. Make sure you’re in the know to keep safe this festive season.
The services we rely on in North Devon has saved and changed children’s and adult’s lives for the better. Now we are at risk of losing these including SCBU, labour and delivery wards, outpatients, theatre and the children’s ward. Here is how to help.
The celebration St George's Day had waned by the end of the 18th century after the union of England and Scotland, but in recent years the popularity of St George's Day appears to be increasing gradually. Do you celebrate the Day of our Patron Saint?
Living in such close proximity to Royal Marine Base (RMB) Chivenor it is hard to believe that more people are not aware of the month of April being dedicated to military children across the world! These children do not need our pity.... just the opposite! They are proud and versatile and play just as important a part in the lives of soldiers and their families as any other family with children!
As a mum of 2 boys, aged 4 and 10, its always nice to find something that we can all do and enjoy. My dad mentioned taking the boys to the panto and I’m so glad we did! What a treat and what a laugh!!
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