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Loo of the Year Awards 2022 winners

Hereford-based Loo Of The Year Awards has celebrated all those that have been flushed with success in the 2022 Awards for the ‘best of away from home washrooms’.

This year’s 35th annual Awards, held on 12 January at the National Motor Cycle Museum, Solihull, were headline sponsored jointly by Citron Hygeine and Aunt Flow and the associate sponsors were Accrol and P-Wave. Cistermiser was this years Awards Supporter. The compere for the day was Jules Hudson from BBC Escape to The Country and Channel 5’s week on the farm and Cash in the Attic. The entertainment was provided by Ben Nickless as seen on Britain’s Got Talent and a disco and band provided a party atmosphere for the evening.

The event saw many trophies and certificates presented to congratulate those that are creating a higher standard of hygiene and safety within our washrooms. The overall winner this year was Mitie and some of their clients were highly recognised in both the certificates and trophy winners.

Becky Wall Managing Director of the Loo Of The Year Awards said: “We would like to congratulate all certificate winners and also the overall Uk Trophy Winners.”

Loo of the Year Awards 2022 winners:

  • Corporate Provider – J D Wetherspoons
  • Public Toilet Entries – Fife Coast & Countryside Trust
  • Local Authority and Accessible Toilet Entries– Wychavon District Council
  • Individual Categories Entries – Byndu Caravan and Camping Park
  • Baby Changing facilities – Foyleside Shopping Centre
  • Changing Places Toilet– St Davids Dewi Sant
  • Space to Change – The Buttercrane Centre
  • Eco Friendly Toilet – Kings Cross Station
  • Toilets In Education – The Aga Khan University
  • In-House Cleaning Team – The Ladies from Foyleside
  • External Contractor Cleaning Team – Mitie

During the day many new exciting announcements were made, a new award being sponsored by Citron Hygeine and Aunt flow for the best Period Dignity Washroom, which will see venues providing free of charge sanitary wear within the washrooms. A new construction and engineering category highlighted by the Bald Builders of Fix Radio, who entered a modified plastic porta loo to show the importance of raising standards of toilets provided within the construction site. Along with the exciting announcement of a Website Linked App which will become live in the summer ( if not before) showing all the entrants of toilets where they are and their gradings.

The Life Time Achievement Award was given to Antony Leamon this year who has been an inspector for the Loo OF The Year Awards for over 11 years; but also has built and runs his own very successful Accredited Cleaning and training company in Wales.

This year’s Washroom Cleaner Award Winner ( to be called Washroom Technician from 2023) was Isobella Green from Look Out Discovery Centre, Bracknell, who was congratulated on her 22 years service.

The Awards also had a visit from a walking poo mascot who came with ERIC the Children’s Bowel and Bladder charity, who are for the second year in a run been the chosen charity to be supported by LOYA.

One of the attendees on the day was the lucky winner of the £1000.00 travel voucher that was donated to celebrate the 35th Anniversary.


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