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Sweeping Clean in Learning

08 October 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970

Brayborne Facilities Services has been awarded two new cleaning contracts in schools across the south of England, strengthening the company’s presence in the specialist education sector.

The cleaning contracts are for schools across Hampshire and Surrey and all contracts are initially for three years. The schools are:

  • Richmond Adult Community College in Richmond is a further education college running over 1,900 courses in a wide range of subjects from basic skills to postgraduate level. The new cleaning contract started this month.
  • Court Moor School, Fleet, Hampshire is a secondary school for 11-16 year olds with the new cleaning contract runs from 1 November.

Brayborne provides cleaning and facilities services across the south east of England, including daily and specialist cleaning services in offices, shopping centres and schools with over 1,000 employed staff

“We have worked in the education sector for many years and are very pleased to that our positive track record of working in schools is being endorsed through the awarding of these new contracts,” said Beverley Mason, Business Development Manager, Brayborne Facilities Services.

Picture:   Richmond Adult Community College in Richmond where cleaning services from Brayborne have already commenced. 

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 08 October 2015


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