18 months' detention for arsonist, 14, who destroyed flagship store
- Making a Virtue Out of a Necessity. Young, Helen // Cabinet Maker;10/23/98, Issue 5111, p8
Features the Clement Joscelyne's Bishop Stortford store. Reopening of the store following a fire incident; Brief history of the company; Design and fixtures of the renovated store; Total staff; Projected store sales.
- Group hug. Baum, Stephanie // Cabinet Maker;11/19/2004, Issue 5415, p29
Features the Clement Joscelyne store Web site in Great Britain. Coverage of the Web site; Practicality of the information presented; Availability of data on the company's history. INSET: The verdict.
- Clement Joscelyne comes to Cambridge. // Cabinet Maker;11/20/2009, Issue 5664, p5
The article reports that a new store was opened by independent furniture retailer Clement Joscelyne in Cambridge, England.
- Clement Joscelyne unsold. // Cabinet Maker;7/13/2012, Issue 5796, p6
The article reports that there is no opportunity of sale of whole business of furniture retailer Clement Joscelyne Ltd. been materialized and the last remaining store will close at the end of the July 2012.
- Grange raises its profile with London store. Baum, Stephanie // Cabinet Maker;6/22/2001, Issue 5243, p4
Announces the plan of contemporary furniture retailer Clement Joscelyne to open a furniture store for French manufacturer Grange in London, England.
- New independent opens at former Clement Joscelyne site. // Cabinet Maker;12/14/2012, Issue 5817, p6
The article reports that Scarlett Rose opened a furniture shop Clement Joscelyne Ltd.'s Bishop Stortford branch on December 8, 2012.
- Clement Joscelyne closes Brentwood store after 25 years' trading. // Cabinet Maker;3/23/2012, Issue 5780, p4
The article reports that Clement Joscelyne Ltd. will close its furniture shop branch in Brentwood, England on April 9, 2012 after almost 25 years of its trading.
- Arson-hit Leeds store struggles to meet orders. // Cabinet Maker;11/18/2005, Issue 5465, p4
Reports on the fire that engulfed the store Tong Road Carpet and Bed Centre in Leeds, England. Cause of the fire; Efforts of the management to meet orders despite the incident; Impact of the fire on the store's operations.
- Police suspect arson for _GCP_100,000 blaze at Landmark's Yeovil store. // Cabinet Maker;08/14/98, Issue 5101, p2
Highlights police's suspicion that the fire which destroyed the Yeovil branch of Landmark in Dorset, England was arson. Cost of restoring the store; Account of salesman Frank Dawson about the arson suspect.