A new survey has revealed that kettles are the items in our homes we clean the least, with 7.2 million Brits never having cleaned theirs. The research, by Wren Kitchens, found that kettles come out on top as the least clean kitchen item of the bunch with 11% of people having never given it a scrub.
Residents have been asking for something to be done about traffic problems for years Detailed plans have been unveiled for a relief road around Barton to deal with increasing congestion as a fresh consultation is launched. The road will connect the town's eastern end with the A15, where a new junction would be created, without the need to travel through the town centre.
This week Dartford businesses have been welcoming customers back inside for the first time this year, after the latest easing of Covid-19 restrictions on May 17th.The latest phase of England’s roadmap out of lockdown means that pubs and restaurants can allow diners... Wren Kitchens paired up with Thomas Frake, MasterChef 2020 Champion, to share gourmet recipes of Iconic Fictional Foods from TV and FilmThomas has created recipes inspired by the Friends’ Shepherd’s Pie Trifle, The Krabby Patty from SpongeBob SquarePants, and Bruce...
Wren Kitchens owner Malcolm Healey and Meadowhall's builder Eddie Healey are high on this year's Sunday Times Rich List The Healey brothers are back on The Sunday Times Rich List for another year after increasing their wealth by £200m in a single year. Malcom Healey, 76, runs Barton-Upon-Humber-based Wren Kitchens, valued at £600m.
Over the last year or so - with very little else to occupy our time - it comes as no surprise that sales of house plants went through the roof.According to research by Wren Kitchens, search volume for “house plants delivered” has increased by 400 per cent, while “buy houseplants online” is up by 200 per cent.
South Humber Bank giant manufactures and sells kitchens through more than 100 showrooms Wren Kitchens has had a luxury design crowned Kitchen of the Year by Ideal Home magazine.The pan-Humber manufacturing and retail giant wowed judges with materials, craftsmanship and lay-out of the Infinity Plus Shaker.Described as expertly designed for modern living, it featured a multi-material island with dedicated seating, colour matched cabinetry and a home office integrated seamlessly within the space - underlining the contemporary approach.
Residents faced with development of a large-scale lorry park that will be in use 24/7 are mounting strong opposition to the scheme that they fear will devastate Great Hallingbury.
McDonald's, Lidl and Wren Kitchens among high street chains wanting to open new branches in Carlisle Carlisle is a city that is fast developing with new high street brands popping up everywhere.
The air ambulance attended the incident at the site in Barton A Wren Kitchens worker was taken to hospital after suffering a serious injury at the factory in Barton-upon-Humber.
The water levels in some rivers are still causing concern Flood warnings are still in place for parts of northern Lincolnshire. The region has seen heavy rain and plenty of snowfall over the past few days, which have left river levels high. The Environment Agency has issued another warning that flooding is expected around Barrow and Barton. It means that ‘immediate action’ is required and large amounts ground water will probably continue to cause problems for several days. “The accumulation of rainfall
The billionaire contributed an eye-watering £26m into Government coffers Malcolm Healey owns Wren Kitchens The man behind northern Lincolnshire-based Wren Kitchens has been revealed as one of the UK's top 50 taxpayers, in the Sunday Times Tax List 2021. Malcolm Healey, regularly appears on the paper's famous Rich List and latest figures show he paid a whopping £26m in tax in 2019/20. He was joined by celebrity names including JK Rowling and Ed Sheeran as among the highest taxpayers contributing to Government
The Hull-born billionaire contributed an eye-watering £26m into Government coffers Malcolm Healey, owner of Wren Kitchens An East Riding property tycoon has been revealed as one of the UK's top 50 taxpayers, according to the Sunday Times Tax List 2021. Malcolm Healey, along with his brother Eddie, regularly appears on the Sunday Times Rich List and latest figures show he paid a whopping £26m in tax in 2019/20. He was joined by celebrity names including JK Rowling and Ed Sheeran as among the highest taxpayers