Heating Oil delivered in Cornwall

Consols Oils deliver a range of quality fuels and oils throughout Cornwall.

We cater for both commercial and domestic fuel oil supplies, difficult access deliveries and narrow Cornish roads are no problem for our fleet of mini tankers.

We also supply Road Diesel, Red Diesel (Gas Oil) and Kerosene fuels from our depot in St Day.

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  • Now that is a stunning display of fish by Sue and Duncan Lucas in their recently opened shop... They also do the fish display for Newlyn Fish Festival... Top Couple. Read More...
  • The charitable economy... Many people support large charities and on my daily trips to the bank I am frequently accosted in the street by 'chuggers' as these bottom feeding charity canvassers are known. These canvassers are usually students who in their idealism think they are doing a wonderful job. However the truth is somewhat different as some of the charity's who employ this hard sell are actually cash hungry businesses with highly paid executives ensuring that only a tiny percentage of cash raised actually gets to the target recipients. Here is an example of how damaging these organisations can be when they use their power to intervene in an incredibly complex issue like the Fishing Industry. One man's high street experience: "I've just been on the high street of my local town where I was accosted by a very young girl raising money for Greenpeace. I normally just walk past anyone collecting for Greenpeace but I gave her a chance to say her bit. Then I asked what she knew about the UK fishing industry.... oh she had all the patter ---- 'millions and millions of tonnes are being taken from the sea every year, and half of it isn't even recorded. No one can stop the fishing boats. And they are destroying the seabed at the same time and killing off birds, dolphins and all sorts of other things..." Trying to contain my anger, I asked how many fishermen were there in the UK - didn't know. So I asked how many tonnes of fish is caught in the UK every year -- didn't know. So I changed my line of questions and asked how much money does Greenpeace get from donations in the UK every year.... didn't know. I just walked away. But all of this makes a point. There were three of these Greenpeace kids (probably earning about £25 for the day and just given the script of what to say) and this is their second 12hr day here -- so how many unsuspecting members of the public have been told by them about all the criminal fishermen and how this industry isn't regulated by anyone? It's no wonder the world thinks fishing is a crooked industry when they are being brainwashed like this." Greenpeace has been identified as one of the worst offenders but is reportedly cash strapped due to losses of up to $6 million dollars due to disastrous currency dealing activities and a senior executive has according to recent reports been terminated for unauthorised use of a company aeroplane. All of this reinforces the old adage that charity begins at home hopefully administered by unpaid volunteers so that a very high proportion of funds get through to the intended recipients. Read More...