BP free fuel offer ends

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BP and Allstar have been supporting EEAST with its Free Fuel for Emergency Services during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

This will come to an end after 7th June and using BP forecourts will no longer be a financially viable option for the Trust.

Can you please ensure that all staff using any fleet vehicle are made aware that following this we will now need to utilise the bulk fuel at stations with immediate effect.

Bulk fuel stations are located at a number of ambulance stations and can provide diesel only (see below).

Using the BP incentive has been a massive support for the trust in keeping costs down, but it is now vitally important to revert back to the use of Bulk fuel above all else in order for the Trust to benefit in the long run. 

Where this is not possible, it is important for all staff to use Allstar Premier sites and Supermarket forecourts as a secondary option, rather than the more expensive garages such as BP, Shell and Texaco.

Please also remember that when fuelling on forecourts to avoid using sites that do not accept Allstar Fuel cards and Premium Diesel.

Below are the Trust Fuel sites 

Cambridge Ambulance Station

CB2 2QP

 

Melbourn Hart Facility

SG8 6NA

Chelmsford Ambulance Depot

CM1 7FJ

 

Norwich Ambulance Depot (Longwater)

NR5 0JT

Colchester Ambulance Station

CO3 9AG

 

Peterborough Ambulance Station

PE1 5UA

Cromer Ambulance Station

NR27 9JR

 

Rayleigh Ambulance Station

SS6 7UP

Great Notley Ambulance Station

CM77 7AH

 

Southend Ambulance Depot

SS2 6UN

Hellesdon Ambulance HQ

NR6 5NA

 

Stevenage Ambulance Station (Babbage Road)

SG1 2EQ

Ipswich Ambulance Station

IP4 5PD

 

Watford Ambulance Depot

WD24 4PR

Kempston Ambulance Station

MK42 8AA

 

Waveney Ambulance Depot

NR31 7RQ

King's Lynn Ambulance Station

PE30 4EU

 

 

 



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