Hi all, am looking at wiring in a new cooker hood : cable on hood is very short & the nearest socket is down behind the cooker (10 inches or so off ground) We have a gas cooker & nothing is connected to this socket at the moment - no red cooker switch - just a single socket. Have checked fuse box & it is supllied by it's own 32a MCB - marked 'cooker' (!). rest of mains sockets are run from a seperate 32a MCB . am guessing this would be to connect a hob or even ignition for gas cooker to? would it be ok to spur from this socket up to the height of the cooker hood (directly up behind plasterboard where hood will go) coming out at an FCU at top of chimney ? many thanks for any help.