Tudor Griffiths on tour

Tudor Griffiths on tour

Staff from Tudor Griffiths are taking their show on the road this summer as part of a high-profile campaign.

The team from Tudor Griffiths Group have signed up to exhibit at a whole host of agricultural shows across Shropshire and Wales, to promote the services they have to offer.

Managing Director, Tudor Griffiths, said: “We have exhibited at agricultural shows in previous years, but this is the first time we’ve had such an ambitious programme of events in one summer.

“It’s a great opportunity to meet new and existing customers in a very different environment, and to share our services with a brand new audience.

“Agricultural shows are extremely popular in this area, and they give us the chance to spread the word to thousands of people about TG Group and the services we provide.”

The team will begin their tour at Burwarton Show, followed by appearances at Oswestry Show, Llanfyllin Show, Anglesey Show, Ceriog Sheep Dog Trials, and Cruckton Ploughing Match at Ruyton-XI-Towns.

In particular, the show displays will feature the Group’s newest additions, its kitchen and bathrooms services that have been launched at the Oswestry branch, and the new doors showroom which has also been unveiled in the town.

There will also be a focus on the aggregates and concrete division, as well as displays from the skip hire and electrical divisions.

Mr Griffiths added: “We’re hoping that this programme of events will help us to share our services with a varied audience over a wide area, and we’re looking forward to meeting show visitors from all industry sectors.”

TG Group has a network of eight builders’ merchants’ branches – in Ellesmere, Nantwich, Northwich, Oswestry, Chester, Welshpool, Kidderminster, and Bridgnorth.

It also operates 12 ready-mixed concrete plants, two sand and gravel quarries, a sea-dredged sand operation, recycling services, and skip hire, and employs more than 250 people working across the English/Welsh border in Shropshire, Cheshire, Worcestershire, and mid and north Wales.

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