Ernest Doe Power – Framlingham

“There’s so much more than you might expect in your local country store so pop in and say hello!”

 Andy Bugg – Branch Manager

Ernest Doe Power – Framlingham

Following a substantial recent investment at Ernest Doe Power’s Framlingham branch, a new workshop and extended showroom now provides local people with an impressive country store and 25% more capacity to stock a larger range of products, including more garden machinery, clothing and footwear.

Step out in style …

We stock all the leading brands in outdoor clothing and footwear including Barbour, Joules, Le Chameau, Musto, Buckler and Hunter, with a wide range of styles and brands to suit every budget. With everything from welly socks to wax jackets there really is so much more in your local country store!


Plant Hire Equipment

With the extra space created, we are now able to offer a larger range of tools and hardware and an increased plant hire equipment range to include log splitters, chippers, stump grinders, mini diggers and other plant equipment, making us the largest plant hire specialist in Framlingham.


Efficient Servicing

We can take care of all your garden machinery servicing over the winter and with the extended space in the workshop, customers benefit from a far more efficient service offering. Our agricultural customers are also benefiting from increased efficiency, as the new workshop facilitates multiple large machinery including Combines, right here on site.

Our History

Ernest Doe is a long established family firm with a network of branches in the South and East of England. We have been trading for 118 years and our Managing Director Colin Doe is the fourth generation of the family to have run the business.

We supply a huge amount of machinery; from garden mowers and chainsaws to combine harvesters and construction excavators as well as selling a wide range of clothing, footwear, garden sundries and hardware across 19 country stores.

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