Willow supervising me.
Stock levels building up nicely ready for the 2019/20 winter season
Now in stock
kiln dried logs come from a certified woodsure ready to burn supplier.
Our newest member of the West Country Firewood family.
We now stock kiln dried hardwood logs
New van has now been sign written.
Our new worker
Collecting my new Nissan tipper.
Many thanks to Ben Cross at Nissan Bournemouth.
It made it an interesting drive home, being Friday the 13th.
We have now sold our L.D.V tipper and are waiting for a new tipper truck to be delivered.
Our new truck
Our Nissan Navara has been written off by Nissan uk because of rust in the chassis
More infomation can be found by clicking the link below.
Now in stock coal and smokless fuel avalible in 10kg bags
Coming soon - West Country Firewood's own branded natural firelighters.
This years seasoned firewood stock ready to be delivered.
Stock seasoning ready for this winter
West Country Firewood are pleased to support North Curry
'Christmas in the square'
Press Release - Is your chimney ready for winter?
With summer drawing to a close, and the evenings starting to get noticeably cooler you might be tempted to light a fire, rather than put the central heating on. Are you sure your chimney is clean and ready to light?From the 7-13 September, Chimney Fire Safety Week takes place providing a timely reminder to make sure that your chimney is ready for the winter months ahead. Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service are supporting this Fire Kills campaign by encouraging householders to ensure their chimney is safe and swept by a registered chimney sweep. Marc House, Community Safety Prevention Manager explains: “Now the cooler evenings have arrived, people will begin to start using open fires and their chimneys again. In order to keep you and your family safe from fire, you need to take necessary steps such as ensuring your chimney is swept regularly and I would urge all householders to have a working smoke alarm in their home.” Open fires not only warm up a home, but also create a unique relaxing ambience. With the numbers of people using open fires growing, the Fire Kills campaign has provided some top tips for safer chimneys.
• Always use a fire guard to protect against flying sparks from hot embers
• Make sure embers are properly put out before you go to bed
• Keep chimneys and flues clean and well maintained
Marc adds: “Latest statistics show that there were 6,000 chimney fires in England in 2013/14, but most chimney fires are preventable. “All chimneys and flue-ways should be cleaned and checked to ensure they’re free from debris and in full working order before your central heating goes on. A blocked or defective chimney can cause both chimney fires and carbon monoxide poisonings so it’s very important to employ a professional qualified Chimney Sweep.”To request free Home Safety advice call free on: now 0800 0502999. For any other fire safety advice, contact the Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue helpline on: 01392 872288 or visit our website www.dsfire.gov.ukFor further information and to download our leaflet on Chimney Fire Safety visit our webpage, also visit Fire Killswww.gov.uk/firekills
West Country Firewood were proud to be match ball sponsors of
North Curry F.C v Gethin Jones All Stars
We are pleased to announce that we have passed on savings from lower fuel prices in the running costs and delivery to our customers and now hardwood prices have been reduced by at least £5.00 a cubic metre.
Free advertising in the Somerset County Gazzette
West Country Firewood
were proud to sponsor Lorri Bee
doing a fire walk in aid of local charities.
We are pleased to announce we have taken delivery of a newer van, that can hold more firewood (3 cubic metres) This will help us to keep up with deliveries during our busy times and keep our running costs down.
pictures to follow
I had the pleasure of meeting HRH Prince Charles as he returned to publicise that Somerset is open for business
Please click on links to read my story of the 2014 flooding
Please click on the link to read my story on the 2012 flooding