The entry deadline for the 2008/2009 Clean Britain Awards was extended until mid August, to allow for the many local authority entries currently being prepared and approved for submission. The Clean Britain Awards scheme, promoted by the British Cleaning Council, has two key objectives, namely: to recognise the increasing efforts being applied by many different […]
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Released Wednesday 28th May 2008 The British public are being urged to get their hands dirty, if they are unhappy with the state of the environments in which they live and work. The British Cleaning Council (BCC), organisers of the Clean Britain awards, is calling on the UK’s urban and rural dwellers to play a
The British Cleaning Council is now accepting entries for the 2008/2009 Clean Britain Awards. The Clean Britain Awards scheme has two key objectives, namely: to recognise the increasing efforts being applied by many different authorities, organisations and voluntary bodies in maintaining high standards of public space cleanliness and to encourage a sense of civic pride
The British Cleaning Council (BCC) welcomes Kärcher UK on board as its Headline Sponsor for the Clean Britain Awards, 2007. The competition, which has replaced ‘Britain’s Cleanest City,’ is firmly underway and is open to city, town and district councils from all over the UK. Each entrant location is in with a chance to be
Manchester City Council’s 100 day clean-up is well under way at the moment demonstrating the Council’s commitment to a clean and green environment. This included the successful ‘Own Your Streets Day’ on Monday 24th April, where street sweepers downed tools for the day – in an attempt to get the public to use a bin.
Birmingham shed its image as England’s second city today, 13th March, after stealing the crown of Cleanest Place in Britain from the City of London. At the Clean Britain Awards ceremony today, run by the British Cleaning Council (BCC), Birmingham won the City category as well as the claiming the coveted prize of Overall Winner.
The finale of the Clean Britain Awards is finally upon us with all eyes on the Cleaning Show 2007, NEC Birmingham on Tuesday 13th March. On this day the BCC will be unveiling the `Cleanest Place in Britain` at the British Cleaning Council (BCC)`s Clean Britain Awards. Judith West, Chairman of the BCC said: “This
The search for the most spotless area in the UK has now entered its final stages with today’s announcement of the Clean Britain Awards finalists. Ten cities, five districts and two boroughs were judged the best examples of clean and tidy UK destinations from a competitive list of entrants to the British Cleaning Council competition.
The BCC is delighted to announce the launch of the new ‘Clean Britain Awards, 2007′. From 1st March 2006 the Council is accepting entries from UK cities, towns and districts to battle it out to become the cleanest place in Britain. There will be winners from all three categories plus one overall winner. The ‘Clean
Released Friday 10th November 2006 Could where you live/work be the Cleanest Place in Britain? That’s the question facing judges who recently toured the finalists of the Clean Britain Awards, sponsored by Karcher UK. The visits were the first of two in the keenly fought contest run by the British Cleaning Council (BCC) with 17