T R Jones & Sons will be present at the Anglesey Agricultural Show on the 9th and 10th of August, in our usual spot behind the main grandstand, stand number B45.
Every year we welcome our existing customers to the stand for a break from the crowds and complimentary refreshments - it's just our way of saying "Thank you" for your business over the previous 12 months. It's also a great opportunity for Richard, Marcus and Llinos to meet our customers face to face for an informal chat outside of the usual business environment. Please do call in if you get the opportunity, we'd be very pleased to see you.
We will also have Les Dommett from Morris Lubricants on the stand on Tuesday to offer his expert advice on any Agricultural or Commercial lubricant enquiries you may have. Please do call and put him to the test!
For more information on the Anglesey Show, please visit www.angleseyshow.org.uk
We hope to see you there....
Latest industry figures show oil prices have fallen a further 10.5 per cent with consumers reaping the benefits because the drop in wholesale costs are being passed directly on – unlike the picture for households on mains gas and electricity.
We are pleased to announce our latest calendar is now available and will be delivered automatically with your fuel orders over the next couple of months. Once again, Mr. Raymond Kerr of Amlwch has supplied a superb collection of local images to the highest standard, we sincerely hope you like them.
Please do get in touch if you have recently taken a fuel delivery and wish to receive a calendar, we will be happy to post one out to you.
May we take this opportunity to wish all our customers a Merry Christmas and Happy and Prosperous 2016!
Buy Oil Now Before Winter Sets In Says Trade Association
Forecasters are warning of a cold winter so heating oil trade association, FPS (Federation of Petroleum Suppliers) is urging the 1.5m households across the UK to buy their heating oil now before the weather affects deliveries and price by launching the 2015 ‘Buy Oil Early’ campaign with the Citizens Advice Bureau, ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England) together with Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom.