Abernethy Oil Club
Abernethy is an Oil Club in Abernethy. The Oil Club offers low prices and many benefits to its members and the local community.
Abernethy Oil Club
The Abernethy Oil Club is a members’ club for buying heating oil in Abernethy. The oil club is free to join, and it is easy to become a member online. Just click on Register to receive lower oil prices, great deals and a range of community benefits. Members can order their heating oil easily online, with regular scheduled deliveries to the area. This saves transport costs and reduces CO2 emissions, and with these savings Johnston Oils can offer lower prices to group members compared to individual orders. Reduced traffic also makes the local area safer, and through the community-focused loyalty cashback scheme, oil club members also contribute to making their local community better. How? Every litre of oil purchased through the Johnston Oils oil club in Abernethy earns Community Cashback. One litre of heating oil earns a penny cashback, which can be spent on community projects chosen by the club. Save money on heating oil, earn cashback and share – join Abernethy Oil Club online today to start getting all these benefits.
Abernethy is a village in Perth and Kinross in central Scotland. It is home to about 1,500 people, and the majority live in and around the village centre. Abernethy has a long history, of which there are still plenty of traces today. It was once an important political and religious centre in the Pictish kingdom of the area. Since then, churches, bishoprics and priories have left their religious mark on the area, and the current local parish church is still dedicated to Saint Brigid. Abernethy has an interesting local museum, and a famous round tower in Irish style, built in the 11th or 12th century. The small village has two pubs, a shop, a tea room and local activities for children and adults alike. Every year the Abernethy Gala is held in June, and there are many activities happening in Williamson Hall, the town hall of Abernethy.
Abernethy is situated in Perth and Kinross, about 8 miles south-east of Perth, and south of the River Tay and River Earn. Abernethy is reached by the A912 and A913 which comes off the motorway M90 from Edinburgh to Perth by Bridge of Earn. From Abernethy it takes about 15 minutes to drive to Perth, and there are regular bus services. To Edinburgh it is only an hour on the motorway, or an hour and 15 minutes to Glasgow city centre from Abernethy.
About the Abernethy Oil Club
Abernethy Oil Club has been providing fuel to members for a long time. There are many members in the local oil club, and Johnston Oils deliver oil to Abernethy residents several times a year. You can find out about upcoming delivery runs and current oil offers by logging in if you are already part of the oil club in Abernethy, or join online to become a member today.
Recent updates from Abernethy Oil Club
Johnston Oils schedule oil deliveries every 4-6 weeks, depending on time of year. You can see upcoming dates online when you log into your account, or become a member of the oil club. Check back on this page to find out more about how much Community Cashback the Abernethy Oil Club has saved, and what community projects the money goes to.
Map of Abernethy
Who can join the Abernethy Oil Club?
The Abernethy Oil Club is open to new members, and anyone in Abernethy or close nearby can become a member of the club. It is free to join, and fast and easy to register online. In just a few clicks you will get access to exclusive offers and member benefits. You can also call Johnston Oils on 01506 656535 and we’ll help you with your membership.
Who do I contact about joining the club?
You can join the oil club in Abernethy online if you are ready to get started. If you would like to talk to someone, the team at Johnston Oils are always happy to help. Call us on 01506 656535 for more information.
How do I join?
Just click on Register to join online today. Provide a few details about yourself and your property, and then you can start ordering oil at reduced prices through the club. It only takes a couple of minutes to join, and you can start collecting Community Cashback on your very first order!
Am I tied to a contract with the Abernethy Oil Club?
No, you are not obliged to remain a member, and there are no binding contracts with the Johnston Oils Oil Club in Abernethy. You can cancel your membership at any time, and you are not obliged to make your oil orders as part of the club. If you need to top up your tank between group orders, you can just contact Johnston Oils on 01506 656535 to get an individual delivery.
Did you know?
Abernethy has one of the only two surviving Irish round towers in Scotland. The 23 m high tower dates back to the 11th or 12th century. It stands in the town centre of Abernethy, near the mercat cross, which both have played instrumental parts in the town history. Today it is possible to climb up the tower via a spiral staircase, which offers impressive views over the town and the surrounding area.
Community and clubs in Abernethy
Several community groups and clubs in Abernethy meet regularly, and there is a number local activities, from sports to hobbies and crafts, children’s activities and niche interests. Children in Abernethy can join one of the many after-school clubs in the town, which has a variety of activities on offer. The Abernethy Bike Club (just known as ABC to many locals) organises bike rides in the area around Abernethy and Pitmedden Forest. Abernethy Bowling Club is another popular group, situated behind the old Abernethy Hotel. Abernethy Youth Football Club was established in 2012, and play in the PKYFA league, at Powrie Park.
About Abernethy Community Cashback
The oil club in Abernethy also contributes to the local community. Every litre of oil bought through the Abernethy Oil Club earns cashback for local projects and community initiatives. It is free and easy to join online, and you start collecting community cashback from your very first order.
Join the heating oil club in Abernethy today – to share, earn and save!
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