470 days ago

Christmas hours;

Advertising Manager from Capital Tractors and Machinery

Capital Tractors will be open on the following days/hours;

SATURDAY 22nd DEC OPEN 9am-12pm
MONDAY 24th DEC CLOSED
TUESDAY 25th DEC CLOSED
WEDNESDAY 26th DEC CLOSED
THURSDAY 27TH DEC OPEN 8AM-4PM
FRIDAY 28TH DEC OPEN 8AM-4PM
SATURDAY 29TH DEC OPEN 9am-12pm
MONDAY 31ST DEC CLOSED
TUESDAY 1ST JAN CLOSED
WEDNESDAY 2ND JAN CLOSED
THURSDAY 3RD JAN OPEN 8AM-4PM
FRIDAY 4TH JAN OPEN 8AM-4PM
SATURDAY 5TH JAN OPEN 9am-12pm

We are open throughout the holiday period with staff on manning all departments, so if you need a part, a service or you have time off to browse our sales yard, come on in!
Our after-hours breakdown service will be in place over the holiday period. Please note; fees apply
Don’t forget we take FARMLANDS CARD for SALES purchases, PARTS, WORKSHOP REPAIRS and SERVICING!

We wish all our valued customers a safe and fun filled Christmas and New Year!

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