Daniel is going shopping with his daughter Ella. He is a full time dad. He tells us what Ella means to him.
Rain or shine. Day in, day out. Every day, we welcome more than 25 million guests worldwide to our stations. Whether you’re a weary trucker, a go-getting salesman, a school-run warrior or a puckish plumber, we’re here to make sure you always leave Shell happier than when you arrived so that you can get on with your day. #StationStories is a series of stories which celebrate our customers’ own unique journeys. All connected by the answer to one simple question ‘Where are you going?’ Whatever your journey, we’re here for you.
Gordon and Enver are builders who met while working. They talk about their best moments together.
We meet Hollie who is a sports coach who plays for Leicester City Women's football team. A very happy club as both men and women won the Premier League this year. She tells us her story and talks about her ambitions in life.
Jon and Johnny are teachers and close friends. At the weekend they practice medieval re-enactment together. They show us their armour and share their philosophies on life.
This couple stopped at the Shell Station to get a card for a wedding they are heading to. We talk about love at first sight and how they met.
Mick is the always smiling forecourt attendant. He just wants to make people happy!
These three lovely ladies are on a mystery road trip. They talk about long standing friendship and entertain us with tales from their youth.
“I stop here today because I need some fuel, for the v-power. That is my main reason for coming here. I’ve got 3 daughters and 2 dogs. A house full. The girls think they live in a hotel, but that’s kids in general, right? Deep down inside they appreciate me. They will have a shock when they move out!”
Dr. Peter and Mrs.Jill
“We are married for 31 years. We come here 2 or 3 times a week, for a few years now. The staff is lovely, we know most of them. We come for a coffee before we go. The coffee is great. It adds a little brightness to your day.”
“I’m at this station everyday, to fill up. I spend sometimes 12 to 13 hours a day in my lorry. It has everything. I bring my food, my radio, everything. I actually sing a lot in the lorry. I’m a happy person!”
John and Jenny
“We are on holiday for a few days and this Shell station is a convenient stop for us, before we go on to the motorway. We have been married for 45 years. And still going strong! This is what we say to young people: life is not a dress rehearsal. If you want to do something, get on and do it, as we have done.”
“I’m heading to see my son, who is out fishing about twelve miles from here. Just some riding on the bike. I’m a lorry driver for a living, so I spend a lot of time on the road. It’s nice to be out.”
“I restore old cars for a living. My car is really special to me, did some work on it already. Just to get to know it. I want to take the engine out and rebuild it. I only put V-power in my car, to keep the engine happy.”
Kirsty, Diane, Cheeta and Liz (Roller girls)
"We are heading to Nottingham, we got a really big champs game in roller derby. It is pretty much rugby on skates. We got to keep the tradition now with Leicester winning. Premier League and all that. And it is also a tradition to come to Shell to get a Costa on the way to every away game. We are the Leicestershire Dolly Rocket Rollers. We are known for our glitter!”