Continuing the heritage of offering excellent service
Pryderi Gruffydd moved to London over 25 years ago to chase his dream of being a newspaper designer but came back to Wales seven years ago so his four daughters could attend a Welsh language school. His ambition to run a company in North Wales stemmed from his roots in the farming community.
Lizzie Gruffydd grew up on a nursery, Hooksgreen Herbs, where her dad and brother grow herbs, her aunt owns orchards and her grandfather owned the dairy farm Quinney’s in the 1960’s. Pryderi’s family own farms on the Llyn Peninsula where his brother-in-law has just started milking sheep. Outside of work they ferry their girls around and take them and their two crazy dogs for long walks in the Welsh mountains.
Keith Williams and Phil Tebbutt set up, established and ran Clwyd Agri for 38 years, before deciding to retire in 2017. Keith continues to keep a keen interest in the business and works part-time with Pryderi and the workshop. Phil works part-time during the mower season with Helen in the workshop and helps Pryderi on the sales side.
Mark Chadderton has worked for Clwyd Agri for 16 years, starting as the store man and working his way up to being the general manager. Mark has an active role in the company in every area, working in stores as necessary, and keeping the paperwork flowing in the office.
George Oare looks after the stores and purchasing for the company, working closely with Pryderi. Outside of work he can be found with his own farm and sheep on the side of a mountain perfecting his skills to pass on to the business! Clwyd Jones has also recently joined the business part-time, focusing on the Nugent trailer dealership and on the Groundcare division.
Richard, Helen and Eifion continue to work tirelessly servicing, maintaining and repairing all the machines that are brought into the workshop, or the farms in the surrounding area of Clwyd Agri - demonstrating day to day the service-based ethos of the company.