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Thanks to the support of our staff and customers, Glen Fuels has grown from a small oil delivery service in 1986 to an Irish Times Top 1000 company in 2016. In return, we hire local staff and we support our local communities where possible. Throughout this page you will see we sponsor a wide range of community initiatives.
We encourage people of all ages to find one creative outlet - drama and library and music activities lead to improved literacy and mathematical skills in young people and help restore joie de vivre in adults living with mental or physical health issues.
We also encourage people of all ages to find one physical activity they can do regularly - physically active kids are better able to maintain focus, multi-task and retain information while team sports teach communication and patience and foster inter-generational friendships.
Glen Fuels - helping to build stronger, healthier, happier, safer communities.
Wexford Gaels pay tribute each year to the men and women of the GAA who have brought distinction and glory to their club and county.
For over 40 years the Trust has been traveling on pilgrimage/holiday to Lourdes with young people with special needs, from all over Ireland.
A long-standing, key supporter of Wicklow GAA, in 2015 we became the official team sponsor of the Garden County Academy U14 Footballers.
The Wexford Martial Arts Academy caters for all types of training for men and women across all ages; including, self-defense, kickboxing and fighting.
From our two depots, a number of staff took part in this year's Gorey Night Run in aid of Wexford Hospice.
An all-inclusive community club that strives for excellence, so far nine men have played for Ireland and three have represented the British and Irish Lions.
Wicklow Hospice will deliver the highest possible standard of care that allows the patient to maintain their dignity and quality of life when a cure is no longer possible or expected.
We are delighted to sponsor the 2017 ploughing match in Gusserane, Co. Wexford.
The four week Arklow Christmas Festival kicks off on November 26 with the switching on of the Arklow Christmas Lights.
Performing a wide range of choral works, both for the social and cultural enrichment of our members and the widest possible audience.
Launched in 2016, Write by the Sea features Wexford authors in a programme of workshops, readings and interviews with an emphasis on learning how to write.
Founded in 1933, St. Anne's GAA Club, Rathangan is a hurling & football club and Glen Fuels is a proud sponsor of the camogie team since 2016.
In 2015 we signed up for three years as main sponsor of An Tóchar GAA which currently caters for over 350 players - men and women, boys and girls - of all ages.
Based in Wicklow, Greystones United FC is a community based soccer club fielding 40 teams and providing football to over 700 players across all age groups.
The majority of the Club's members are girls and boys, playing football and hurling alongside a strong ladies football tradition as well as senior hurling and football mens teams.
Gorey has worked hard to become an established shopping destination we are delighted to support the Christmas lights Big Switch On.
The Club has produced 25 women and 23 men that have represented Ireland at full international level and 11 players that have represented the British and Irish Lions.
With two training grounds, the Club has so far produced 19 players who have represented Ireland and one member who has represented the British and Irish Lions.
The Club has produced world-class players and collected over 70 winning honours throughout the years, 65 of which are official I.R.F.U. and Leinster Branch competitions at adult level.
The primary aim of Arklow Rugby Club is to promote the playing of rugby for all who are keen to take part in the sport with two full pitches and a very well developed club house.
Since 2008 the Club has improved two remaining pitches, developed a training area, installed major floodlighting secured permission for the development of a gym.
Glen Fuels recently sponsored the Gorey Community School 'Who Wants to be a Thousandaire' community competition.
In 38 clubs throughout Wicklow boys and girls, men and women train hard in hurling, camogie, football and handball to play at club and county level.
Tinahely GAA Club is growing fast and has a fully equipped gym and now boasts the leading ladies football team in Wicklow.
This festival celebrates diverse and long-standing relationship with maritime activities.