redbrook kitchens press and media

Here's a small selection of some of our press highlights!

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The Cotswolds epitomises quintessential England and Cotswold Life magazine reflects the best of living in this beautiful area.

Their magazine, like our kitchens, is produced to the very highest standards and quality.

They featured a story about our fire in December 2017, and shared how we rebuilt Redbrook Kitchens to be bigger and better than before:

Click on the image below to download a pdf of the article:

cotswold life magazine april 2019 issue featuring redbrook kitchens

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Radio Winchcombe is a real success story! Broadcasting to Winchcombe and the surrounding areas, the station received a full-time licence from Ofcom in December 2011; allowing it to broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Richard, host of the 'Focus' show, features local affairs. He wanted to speak to Paul about the fire and journey of his success.  The show aired on 5th April at midday and was repeated the following Monday AND Tuesday! Use the YouTube video below to hear the interview (starts at 1 min 30)

You can turn into Radio Winchcombe at 107.1 FM. People outside the area can stream on the internet via their website.

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We hosted our very own 'Great British Bakeoff' for a great cause in 2015.

Ruth Winters did an amazing twelve-hour bake off to raise money for two charities. And she baked an incredible 3,602 cupcakes during that time!

Money was raised for Sands (a stillbirth and neonatal death charity) and Winchcombe Day Centre, where Ruth’s Nan attended for many years before she died in 2014 aged 109.

We provided three ovens for the bakeoff  and cake lovers were welcome to call in throughout the challenge and make a donation in return for a box of cakes.

Read the full article here.

Gloucestershire Live covered news of the devastating fire the ripped through our premises and turned everything to ash in December 2017. Fire crews from Evesham and Ledbury joined those from Cheltenham and Winchcombe to prevent the fire spreading further.

Read the full articles here and here

Clicking on the video below will take you to the Gloucestershire Live site to view it: