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The shows must go on!

After the fantastic and inspiring time we had in 2018 at The Glamping Show and Farm Business Innovation Show, we have decided to attend both again this year. We met so many amazing business owners and experts and have forged great relationships with both since attending these events. We are very excited about attending again and meeting many more of the visitors who attend.


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Last of the Summer Shows

What a glorious summer it has been so far! We have still got plenty of brilliant shows to attend before the end of the summer and hope to see lots of  you there. We are particularly excited about exhibiting for the first time at The Glamping Show at the NAEC Stoneleigh in Warwickshire. Please do come and say hello!


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Summer Shows 2018 – Dates for your diary

We love attending country shows during the summer and are looking forward to taking our brand new range of Kirami Hot Tubs, as well as our Kadai firebowls, stove accessories, logs and firelighting equipment to the following shows. It is always a great opportunity to meet our customers and introduce new faces to The Log Company so pop the dates in your diary and please do come along to our stand to say hello.

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Hire Kadai Firebowls for your event

As we eagerly await some glorious Spring weather, we are looking ahead to the Summer months and what they bring – weddings, parties and plenty of opportunities for outdoor dining – we hope! Our Kadai firebowls are a great addition to any outdoor event, they bring extra warmth and they also look welcoming outside a marquee or venue. How about hiring some for your event?


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Hot Tub Time!

It finally feels like Spring might be just around the corner so it couldn’t be a better time to order one of our fantastic wood fired hot tubs.

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Give Softwood a Go

In recent years there has been a move towards hardwood as the wood of choice for homeowners as softwood tends to have a reputation for producing too much resin in the chimney or smoking too much. But the truth is, if softwood is dried properly to below 20% moisture content, it is actually brilliant for burning.

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