The Bembridge

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We are pleased to announce a NEW collaboration between Charnwood and Country Living Magazine. The Bembridge is a 5kW wood burning stove designed and made on the Isle of Wight for Country Living.

Giving a nod towards a traditional wood burner The Bembridge engages the trend for the decorative yet still retains a modern, classic look.

Susy Smith, Editor of Country Living Magazine spoke of the launch of the new stove:

“I am delighted with this exciting new collaboration between Country Living and Charnwood. Both are well established British brands with a valuable heritage. By combining our design skills, technical expertise and knowledge of the market we have produced The Bembridge, a wood burning stove that epitomises the Country Living look.”

BRITISH MADE The Bembridge is British built from the best combination of materials and components sourced from the UK. The castings, sheet steel and brick materials are from the West Midlands while the wooden door handles are turned by hand using British Beech from Yorkshire. The ceramic glass is sourced from Coventry.

CUSTOM BUILT The Bembridge comes in a choice of five colours: Black, Almond, Gunmetal and two exclusive new signature Country Living shades – Soft Green and French Grey. An optional store stand, reciprocating grate (for easy ash removable) and a heat shield are also available.

EXCEPTIONAL EFFICIENCIES The Bembridge uses the very latest combustion technology and has been designed and independently tested to stringent European standards making it one of the most efficient stoves on the market today. So low are the emissions The Bembridge is DEFRA exempted – allowing wood to be burnt in smoke control areas. Delivering 5kW of heat to the room the stove is incredibly simple to operate with one single air control and a removable door handle for safety.

The Country Living Bembridge will be available from August 2015. Contact us for more information.

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