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fryertucksThe Isle of Wight Council’s trading standards service is asking for any residents who bought a wood burning stove from a firm called ‘Cosyfires’ to get in touch.

The service is investigating complaints about the installations of wood burning stoves carried out by the company this year.

‘Cosyfires’ was solely based in St Johns Road, Sandown,next to the former ‘Fryer Tuck’s’ chip shop, but appears to have recently closed and is no longer trading.

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Amanda Gregory, Isle of Wight Council regulatory services manager said:

“We are currently looking into three complaints, each one relating to the safety of the installation of the wood burning stoves by Cosyfires.

“If you did buy a wood burning stove from the firm, and the company also installed it, please do not use it and instead contact the trading standards team.”

The trading standards service can be contacted on 01983 823396 or via email at [email protected]

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