If your property is not connected to a gas main, oil boilers are a great alternative to gas boilers and more efficient than LPG alternatives. They can also be paired well with renewable sources. However, if your property is connected to the gas mains, there is generally no reason to switch to an oil boiler, as you will need to have oil delivered to an extra storage tank.
Craven Arms (population 2,289) is a village and civil church in Shropshire, England, on the A49 road as well as the Welsh Marches railway line, which connect it north and also south to the larger communities of Shrewsbury and also Ludlow respectively. The Heart of Wales railway line signs up with the Welsh Marches line at Craven Arms as well as the town is served by Craven Arms railway station. The town is confined to the north by the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and also to the south is the fortified manor house of Stokesay Castle. Craven Arms is a market community for the surrounding rural area, with a variety of shops, banks, estate representatives, a supermarket, an abattoir and many commercial/light industrial services. It is also a site visitor destination, being home or close-by to a number of attractions, and being central for site visitors to the area of impressive natural charm. It defines itself as the "Gateway to the Marches".