I have found a new warm welcome home for my AGAvist blog, feel free to stop by!
I have just received a heart-warming electronic letter from Robin Watkins, a descendant of Allied Iron Founders’ director W.H. Watkins (1930s). He was so kind to share some of his memories about his grandfather and we gladly send […]
Since I have found nothing quite like it on the web or in your published archives I thought you might like to know about our AGA. It was in the house when my parents came […]
The whole team at AGA Rangemaster Group has been excited for the celebration of the millionth range cooker manufactured at our Leamington Spa factory. I had the honor to design a booklet for the occasion […]
I am currently working on an extremely exciting project involving the exploration of a lot of primary materials – the minute books of Allied Ironfounders and AGA Heat from the 1929 to 1960. The stories […]
In this video AGA Rangemaster Group plc Chief Executive William McGrath explains how the AGA cooker became an icon around the world. AGA cookers have brought out a this book on its history and it […]
Things have changed since the 1930s when the AGA cooker was first introduced but one thing remains constant – the warm welcome home and the advantages of cooking with radiant heat. In those years people […]