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  • Mary Hinge
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    I’m building a “posh shed” in the garden, that will be used for evenings in the summer and winter, as well as being able to work outside etc. Will have power, lights etc.

    I want to put a small stove in the corner, to make chillier days evenings more doable.

    Looking at something like a pot belly.

    Any suggestions?

    Will be burning mainly wood, but possibly some solid fule too.

    Premier Icon righog
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    Will your shed be as posh as this one (not mine).

    I love posh sheds.

    Mary Hinge
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    Ahem….nearly! Well, no, not really at all.

    At the moment it looks like a bus shelter!

    Been looking at a few stove today. reckon I might go for a small glass fronted multifuel, as I can put some coal in to keep it going for longer, and we can see the flames too.

    Will keep looking.

    Mikeypies
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    look at Mole valley farmers kensal 20 , which is what we have . Apparently the cheapo ones at machine mart arnt all that good but I have only experience of the kensal 20

    Google gas bottle stove, if you are handy, and can weld or know someone who can.

    Premier Icon myheadsashed
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    Google pipsqueak or hobbit stove

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