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Hygiene Services Nottingham

Hygiene Services Nottingham

Our experts can help you with a range of products and services including:

  • Sanitary collection and disposal.
  • Aircare purification and fragrancing
  • Hand sanitising and drying
  • Dental waste and collection servicing
  • Sharps waste and collection servicing
  • Entrance and workplace mats

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phs Group are the leading hygiene services provider in the UK, Spain and Ireland. With over 120,000 customers over 300,000 locations, supporting everything from restaurants to offices, and from hospitals to schools, we meet the needs of up to 100 million people.

Healthcare, washroom and floorcare hygiene are our business, and alongside our hygiene experts we have specialist businesses meeting the needs of specific businesses.

The leading washroom services supplier in the UK. Let us show you why, get a free quote.

We work with organisations of all sizes right across the UK and Ireland to ensure they meet their duty of care obligations and provide fully-serviced, hygienic washrooms that meet the needs of their specific visitors and staff.

Industry insights from our experts

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Facts about Nottingham

Facts about Nottingham

  • Nottingham's History Is Incomplete Without the Mention of Robin Hood - According to English folktales, Robin Hood was an adept archer and swordsman who robbed from the rich and gave generously to the poor. He worked in concomitance with 'Merry Men,' a group of brigands who supported Robin Hood. The large English Oak called the Major Oak was the hideout place of these brigands. Today, the people of Nottingham see the Major Oak as a symbol of the good done by Robin Hood. If you are interested in the life and times of this legendary heroic outlaw, we recommend taking a tour of the Robin Hood Town

  • Mysterious Metal Line at Old Market Square - There's a mysterious metal line that runs down the middle of Old Market Square; it marks the wall that used to divide the animal market from the grain and commercial market way back in the day. A wall was built across the market, running east to west. 

  • The First Boots Shop Was Opened in Nottingham - If you are not familiar with Boots, you are probably living under a rock. Boots UK Ltd. is a health and beauty store chain with a significant presence in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Thailand. The first Boots store was located in Goose Gate. John Boot, an agricultural worker, had opened this herbalist's store to cater to the poor people in the city. After John passed away in 1860, his wife and children travelled around the country, collecting herbs and taking forward the dream of John Boot. At the age of 27, Jesse Boot took the sole ownership of the store and laid the foundation for the present-day Boot empire. 

  • Nottingham Has Given the World Many Celebrity Faces - John Boot and Jesse Boot aren't the only successful faces associated with Nottingham. The city has given the world many legendary poets, prodigious musicians, and ace fashion designers. Newstead Abbey in Nottinghamshire is the ancestral home of Lord Byron, the legendary poet associated with the Romantic movement. Bruce Dickinson, the lead singer of the heavy metal band Iron Maiden, was born in Workshop, Nottinghamshire. Similarly, both Jake Bugg, the famous English Musician, and Ian Paice, the drummer and the last constant original member of Deep Purple, are also from Nottingham. Sir Paul Smith, credited with revolutionising men's clothing in the last 70s and early 80s, was also born in Nottingham. The list is actually endless. 

  • 'The Dark Knight Rises' Features Wollaton Hall - The Hollywood hit film 'The Dark Knight Rises' features Wollaton Hall as the Wayne Manor. Though Wollaton Hall had always enjoyed great popularity as a city attraction, it registered a significant boost in the number of annual visitors after it was featured in the film. Similarly, the Gotham village in Nottinghamshire also witnesses a regular influx of Batman fans throughout the year.

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