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04 August 2016 | Updated 01 January 1970

City of London livery companies may have their roots in the past but according to The Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners, they have a big part to play in offering opportunities to network with industry colleagues and take part in social and community activities.

At the event, people who work in cleaning or associated industries were able to mix with senior members and find out more about how the Environmental Cleaners operates. The latest event was attended by the Environmental Cleaners’ Master and a number of Liverymen and Freemen who were able to share their experiences.

The 200 members of the Environmental Cleaners include managers and directors working in cleaning and support services, from most of the top companies in the sector, as well as manufacturers and suppliers to the industry.

As well as the chance to network, attendees were entertained by Bucks Club member and watch enthusiast, Nick Palliser, who gave a talk about watches and watch makers.


Running up that hill

If you fancy a trip to the North...or indeed if you are already in the North, you might fancy a trek to Leeds (unless of course, you're already in Leeds) for The Hill Club's North of England early Autumn shindig and networking event where at least 100 cleaning type folk gather at the Park Plaza Hotel.

For details Click Here

Picture: Have I got news for you - The Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners recently offered a networking event including a talk on watches


Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 04 August 2016


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