Thursday October 1, 2020
56 Goldie Street, Smithton, TAS 7330 - (03) 6452 3333
Celebrating a year in shoes

Celebrating a year in shoes

Boots n All are your one stop shop for the latest styles in boots, shoes and accessories. Boots n All will celebrate their one year anniversary this Saturday September 26, 9.30am to 3pm and you receive the presents. Boots n All will have lucky door prizes, giveaways and refreshments on offer. With every purchase on the day you not only go in the draw to win one of five pairs of shoes and...
Need some spraying done?

Need some spraying done?

Sam Lee-Keys and Taylah Bott of S&T Agriculture know everything there is to know about spraying, and they’re putting it into action all over Circular Head. Sam has grown up around farms his entire life, having lived on King Island and worked in the agricultural industry for his working life. Taylah works on a dairy farm and understands the importance of doing jobs properly. “We have both...
John Crabtree Sanitair

John Crabtree Sanitair

Hello, my name is John Crabtree and I have lived in north western Tasmania all my life.  I am returning to work after having a liver transplant due to an inherited faulty gene.  My background was in servicing the dairy farm industry in quality control and problem solving so  farmers were not losing money due to quality issues.  My wife and I discussed the future and...
Ride into spring  with this special

Ride into spring with this special

Curtis Tuxworth has joined the team at Total Ag Solutions in Smithton and has a crazy deal for you.  Joining Peter Kay in sales, Curtis has his colleague almost pulling his hair out over a ‘Crazy Spring Special’.  He’s let loose and slashed prices on a Craftsman LT2000 and Stiga Tornado ride-on mower.  “We have massively reduced the price,” he said.  “They have been...
More than just shoes

More than just shoes

There’s a new place to check out for all things footwear and more in the heart of Smithton, Boots ’n‘ All.  The Smith Street store welcomed excited locals in for a look at the freshly refurbished space on the first day of business on Thursday September 26.  The store boasts a little bit of something for everyone and owner Leanne Porteus is excited for customers to enjoy the shopping...
Coming home 

Coming home 

Chef Kade Jenkins has created a culinary experience where locals and visitors will feel as though they’re right at home.  Jenski Cafe and Restaurant in The Smithton Club translates to ‘one who comes home’ in English.  The new eatery in Smith Street will open its doors on Tuesday October 1.  “The biggest thing for me is to support local businesses as my suppliers and showcase...

Circular Head Chronicle

Serving Circular Head since 1906

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