THE GARDENS GROUP ANNOUNCES STOVEY PARTNERSHIP

Added on 04 March 2015

The Gardens Group has announced its partnership with one of the wood burning stove industries’ most exciting newcomers, Stovey. The new range of wood burning stoves will be available at each of The Gardens Group’s three garden centres, Brimsmore Gardens in Yeovil, Poundbury Gardens near Dorchester and Castle Gardens in Sherborne.

Bold, beautiful and contemporary, Stovey stoves are the newest contenders to enter the home stove sector. Shaking up the traditional concept of wood-burning stoves via the successful mix of environmental consideration with stunning design, Stovey certainly is the brand to look for in 2015.

A striking feature for the city apartment; a beautiful focal point for the rural retreat, the Stovey combines the best of British design with the excellent functionality of German engineering. Clean and effortless to use, Stovey is the first choice for those looking to style their houses without compromising the warmth and feeling of ‘home’ that a wood burning stove provides.

Excited at the prospect of offering people within Dorset and Somerset the opportunity to buy a stove that provides looks as well as environmental substance, Mike Burks, managing director of The Gardens Group comments:

“We are delighted to be able to announce our partnership with Stovey and we look forward to being able to directly offer our customer’s one of the market’s most efficient and modern wood burning stoves for their home. Eliminating the choice that so often has to be made between the quality, the look and the impact that a stove may have on the environment, we are proud to be associated with a brand that has taken all of this into consideration in the design of their product.

Stovey is renowned for its commitment to environmental sustainability and its work to replant trees in cities and rural areas throughout the UK. We are pleased to be able to support the work that they are doing through the promotion of their stoves in our garden centres.”

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