by Richard Poulter March 19, 2015 1 min read

Back in 19th March 2015 the The Stove Yard was pleased to welcome Pete Gough, our new Group webmaster. Pete brings with him a wealth of web and e-commerce experience from his previous position at Yankee Candle and will be based at our new Nerd Centre in County Down.

**Update for new website**Updating this post 6 years later this was the best picture I could find of Pete hard at work playing CSGO!!


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