Wood pellet boiler at St Paul, Gulworthy, Devon

The parish of St Paul, Gulworthy is situated in the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the far west of the Exeter Diocese, bounded by the Tamar Valley on the west, with Tavistock 2 miles to the east. The church is Grade II listed, and part of the World Heritage Miners’ Site. It is stone-built and was licensed in 1856.

The church replaced worn out storage heaters and portable radiant heaters with a new radiator system and 50 kW wood pellet boiler in free-standing ‘pod’ against the church.

More information about the installation and early experience (pdf)

Wood pellet boiler, Gulworthy, Devon

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