Sparkworld is a 'bricks and mortar' Domestic Appliance Retailer and Wholesaler, with two premises in the UK.
Our retail stores supply everything a kitchen needs - appliances, cabinets, worktops and even the kitchen sink - to homes in Devon, Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset.
Sparkworld.co.uk has been set-up as a virtual extension to our bricks and mortar retail business, making it even easier to get product information and place your order - all whilst receiving the same fantastic Sparkworld service you would expect in-store!
During the last three decades we have established strong links with major manufacturers. This has enabled us to offer you a superb selection of kitchen appliances, units and worktops at incredible prices. Furthermore, by holding stock worth over £1.5 million and by running our own fleet of vehicles - including 27 tonne HGVs and 3.5 tonne vans - we can deliver a huge selection of appliances to your home at short notice!
With an unbiased, no-jargon approach and over 50 years of combined experience in kitchens and appliances, we are confident that your expectations will be exceeded! We look forward to helping you find the perfect products for your home.Sparkworld in the community
We are proud to have strong links with the local community. We were sponsors of Torquay United FC and are currently sponsoring Paignton Zoo Environmental Park. Our employees also take an active role in charity events, such as Children in Need, the Exeter Leukaemia Fund and Rowcroft Hospice in Torbay.Company History
Sparkworld was started in 1985 by Marian Crausaz and Ian James, who had previously run a small company called Torbay Tubes. The contacts gained through Torbay Tubes allowed them to start Sparkworld. The first premises were located just off Torquay Road, in a group of units called Coventry Farm, which was used as a base for the distribution of reconditioned machines around Cornwall. After a short period, Sparkworld relocated to a 6,000sq.ft warehouse on the Brunel Industrial Estate, in Newton Abbot. The next move took Sparkworld to a site on the Heathfield Industrial Estate, just outside of Bovey Tracy, where the company expanded into retail as well as wholesale. After 10 years of continual growth the company purchased, what was then the Coca-Cola distribution centre, 9 Battle Road. In the following years, the building was expanded to include a large showroom for retail customers and a 55,000sq.ft warehouse. Our Heathfield kitchen showroom was built in 2008, enabling us to offer an extensive range of locally constructed, high quality, kitchen units and worktops. The display also includes two 'live' kitchens, where you can see a selection of appliances in operation along with mouth-watering cooking demonstrations.
In 2003, Sparkworld opened a new appliance store in Martock, Somerset. Due to the success of our Heathfield kitchen showroom we have expanded the range of products on display at Martock to include a 4500sq.ft Kitchen Showroom, with 14 kitchens - 4 of which are 'live' demonstration kitchens. In 2015 we decided to develop and expand our main store at Newton Abbot, doubling the salesfloor space to include 12 kitchens - 2 of which are live demonstration kitchens.
Sparkworld Ltd, TQ12 6RY is situated just off the A38 on Battle Road, Heathfield near Bovey Tracey. Please see below for directions:
Travelling from Cornwall and Plymouth follow the A38 toward Exeter. Leave the A38 at the Drumbridges exit signposted Heathfield, Bovey Tracey. At the roundabout take the second exit for Bovey Tracey, Newton Road A382. At the traffic lights turn right on to Battle Road. Sparkworld is on the right just after the Post Office.
Travelling from East Devon follow the M5 toward Exeter and merge on to the A38 heading toward Plymouth. Leave the A38 at the Newton Abbot Exit, Drumbridges. At the roundabout take the fourth exit for Bovey Tracey, Newton Road A382. At the traffic lights turn right on to Battle Road. Sparkworld is on the right just after the Post Office.
Traveling from North Devon take the A377 (Barnstaple) or the A386 (Bideford) to the A30 heading to Exeter to Join the A38 then follow the directions from Exeter. Alternatively take the A382 from Whiddon Down through Mortomhampstead and Bovey Tracey turning left on to Battle Road.
Traveling from Torbay take the A380 towards Newton Abbot. At the Penn Inn roundabout take the first exit and follow the signs to the train station. Once past the train station at the lights turn right, The Avenue. At the roundabout take the second exit, straight on and at the next roundabout (Jetty Marsh) take the first exit, left. After 800 yards at the next roundabout take the second exit, right on to the Exeter Road and then continue straight on to the Bovey Tracey road A382. At the Trago roundabout take the second exit and then and Drumbridges take the third exit for Bovey Tracey, Newton Road A382. At the traffic lights turn right on to Battle Road. Sparkworld is on the right just after the Post Office.
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Appledore, Ashburton, Barnstaple, Bideford, Braunton, Bovey Tracey, Brixham, Budleigh Salterton, Clovelly, Crediton, Cullompton, Dartmouth, Dawlish, Exeter, Exmouth, Great Torrington, Holsworthy, Honiton, Ilfracombe, Ivybridge, Kingsbridge, Lynton, Newton Abbot, Okehampton, Ottery St Mary, Paignton, Plymouth, Salcombe, Sidmouth, South Molton, Tavistock, Teignmouth, Tiverton, Torquay, Totnes, Woolacombe Boscastle ,Bude, Camelford, Crackington Haven, Mawgan Porth, Newquay, Padstow, Perranporth, Polzeath, Port Isaac, Rock, St Agnes, Tintagel, Wadebridge, Watergate Bay, Charlestown, Falmouth, Fowey, Looe, Lostwithiel, Mevagissey, Penryn, Polperro, Rame, St Austell, St Mawes, The Roseland, Truro, Camborne, Hayle, Helston, Lands End, Marazion, Mousehole, Mullion, Porthleven, Penzance, Redruth, St Ives, Sennen
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