The Burcombe team were proud to be a part of the recent rebuild at Yealmbridge Forge House. After only nine days various local trades have transformed the property for a truly deserving family. It has been a pleasure to work alongside the DIY SOS team. Continue reading
Members from the office team kindly helped with the village litter picking campaign on Saturday. The cold conditions did not dampen the spirits and with a combined effort over 15 full bags of rubbish were collected – Don’t Litter it makes the world bitter!
The John Deere gator proves to be the perfect tool for gritting the roads throughout the parish of St.Dominick. Thanks to Richard and Beano for your late night and early morning shift patterns helping not only Burcombe lorries but village commuters too.
Despite sub zero conditions at Temple today the work continues with twelve lorries on site.
Along with the Lawrence David double deck trailer on the road early 2018, February month has seen the arrival of a 4.2m tri axle and 4.4m aero tri axle trailers both with EXNL curtains. Leading into March we are also pleased to welcome a matching 26 tonne Volvo FM370 to the fleet. Further Spring updates to follow.
The recent drop in temperature certainly proves a challenge for both operators and the logistics team, but the wheels keep turning – Great effort everyone.
Burcombe Haulage showed their support at the local Point to Point event on Sunday 25th February. With pony racing and point to point Great Trethew also hosted the only flat race in Devon and Cornwall. With vast entries, kind weather it proved to be a great success.
Over the Christmas period we were delighted to be able to support the NSPCC by buying a star for the Festival of Trees at St Mellion.
A total of £3,290 was raised.
Well done to all involved.
Wishing everyone a very merry Christmas and enjoyable New Year.
Great team effort as TPN score Burcombe Haulage 99.9% on a recent palletised audit, well done everyone.