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Churchill expands education portfolio

Churchill has further expanded its education cleaning portfolio having won contracts with Newton Rigg College in Penrith, Cumbria, and Cheadle & Marple Sixth Form College in Stockport. Both contracts were awarded via the Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC) Framework for cleaning services, ...

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Nviro stays on at Chichester College

Chichester College has extended its 17-year partnership with South Coast cleaning contractor, Nviro for a further three-years. The new deal worth £2 million extends across several cleaning disciplines including routine, periodic, external, turnarounds and conferencing cleaning across the college’s buildings. Reflecting on the ...

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Bacteria, but not as you know it

Cleanliness is not something normally associated with university life. If you’ve ever set foot in a student house, you’ll know that coursework and cider take priority over cleaning. However, universities are still legally required to responsibly manage the wastewater they ...

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Churchill enrols on London Universities framework

Churchill has been awarded a three-year place on the London Universities Purchasing Consortium (LUPC) framework for cleaning services, following a competitive process. The framework, is divided into three lots: one stop shop cleaning and associated support services, residential cleaning services ...

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Devon Norse enrols new staff on school register

Devon Norse has been awarded the premises cleaning contract for Queen Elizabeth School, a large modern secondary academy in Wimborne Dorset. The five-year agreement which covers the daily cleaning of classrooms, toilets, sports halls, staff rooms and communal areas, will create seven new ...

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Devon Norse’s cleaning division grows education portfolio

Devon Norse has secured the cleaning contracts at two education establishments. Following a period with a competitor company, Dawlish Community College has returned to Devon Norse with a three-year deal worth £65,000 per annum. Just one month into the new contract ...

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