Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK is supporting the Royal Welsh Show for the second successive year.
The civil engineering company, which was established during the 1950s and has roots in farming and agricultural contracting, is sponsoring the main ring attractions the hunt relay and pony club mounted games.
The 2018 Royal Welsh Show runs from 23 – 26 July and is regarded as the pinnacle event in the British agricultural calendar, taking place in Llanelwedd, mid Wales. Many Jones Bros employees enjoy attending the event with their families.
Jones Bros director Ruth James said: “We are proud to be supporting the show for another year. The Royal Welsh Show is a fabulous event that shows off our rural Welsh culture and economy.
“We’re looking forward to seeing the competitive hunt relay and pony club mounted games this time around.”
Along with four days of livestock competitions, with entrants travelling from far and wide to compete, the Royal Welsh Show also holds activities including forestry, horticulture, crafts, countryside sports, shopping, food and drink and a 12-hour programme each day of exciting entertainment, attractions, and displays.
Jones Bros’ success has been built on delivering quality projects safely. Working in many sectors including highways, infrastructure, energy, waste management, and coastal and marine engineering, investment in the development of its people has been an important pillar of that success.
This approach has led to the establishment of its own accredited training centre.
Located in Ruthin, the centre concentrates on delivering bespoke training programmes for its staff. Its range of apprenticeship, higher apprenticeship, undergraduate, and graduate schemes provide a solid start to a successful career in a range of skilled jobs and professions with the firm.