Cleanzine-logo-10a.jpgCleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 19th October 2017 Issue no. 794

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Record numbers entering their lovely loos in Loo of the Year Awards

Despite more than 40% of the UK's public toilets closing down in the past 10 years, the Loo of the Year Awards are still going strong and not only are they celebrating their 25th Anniversary, but there are record entries for the 2012 event!

The awards are promoted by The British Toilet Association and this year are in association with Headline Sponsor Lepicol, a probiotic formulation specifically developed to help maintain healthy bowels - naturally.

"This year we are welcoming millions of visitors into the UK for events such as the Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics, yet there is only one public toilet for every 19,500 of the population in London - excluding visitors!", exclaims Mike Bone of the British Toilet Association.

"The Loo of the Year Awards recognise those toilets still open and the people who still have pride in their loos. Despite record numbers of toilets closing we are delighted to be receiving record numbers of entries into the Awards, which this year will be bigger and better to celebrate our 25th anniversary."

Trophies for the very best entries will be presented at a special 25th Anniversary Awards presentation event to be held on Friday, 7th December at the elegant four star St Johns Hotel in Solihull.

Dr Hilary Jones, who is working alongside headline sponsor Lepicol in 2012 to help educate on the importance of bowel health in 2012, will be presenting some of the winners with their awards.

Further information and details on how to enter is available on the awards website:

www.loo.co.uk

17th May 2012




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