All aboard for The Hill Club Summer Thames Cruise 2017
27 June 2017
The Hill Club, the exclusive cleaning industry networking event organisation, is gearing up to host its annual Summer Thames Cruise 2017 - a highlight of the cleaning industry calendar.
Almost 250 cleaning professionals will set sail from Tower Pier at 12:30 (BST) on Wednesday, 5th July 2017 to journey along the River Thames and enjoy reception drinks and a buffet lunch.
The Summer Thames Cruise joins The Hill Club's list of networking events to provide an unparalleled opportunity to celebrate all things cleaning. This hugely popular and well-attended event brings together leading industry professionals from all sectors of facilities management.
2017 will see the continuation of last year's incredibly successful BICSc London & Home Counties Cleaning Industry Awards, recognising colleagues at the sharp end of operational performance - the cleaners themselves! As with 2016, this year will feature new categories aimed at recognising specialist activities and specific industry sectors.
The Hill Club's Phil Smith said of the awards: "Last year had a tremendous response with a huge volume of nominations coming from some of the UK's leading cleaning and FM organisations alike. Short-listed nominees attended the event with their sponsors with the winners being presented their awards in front of a very appreciative audience."
This year's Hill Club Summer Thames Cruise is already sold out but if you haven't booked your tickets already, you can put your name on the 'Waiting List' by clicking here.
Pearroc, a family run janitorial & washroom supply company, is the headline sponsor for the event.
Gary Henstock, managing director of Pearroc, said: "I am a staunch supporter of many networking forums associated with the cleaning, facilities and hygiene industries. The outstanding level of enthusiasm and expertise we have at events, particularly those organised by The Hill Club, makes it both enjoyable and educational when attending. I would highly recommend anyone associated with the industry to get involved!"