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The Annual General Meeting for the British Institute of Cleaning Science membership region of East Anglia began at 12 noon with a presentation by the Secretary Tommy Taylor, shortly followed by the area accounts from the Treasurer Michael Bizley.


After this an election of officers took place resulting in the following appointments: Des Fulcher as Chair, Trish Riches as Vice Chair, Tommy Taylor as Secretary, Michael Bizley as


Treasurer, John Davy on committee (with a proposal to move up to Membership shortly) and Maria Stallwood on committee.


Following light lunch the presentations began with Social Media for Business, presented by Selina Noton of Business Vitamins – a very topical subject, which provoked many thoughts about how businesses are using this form of media to increase sales and drive traffic to their websites.


After a short break we had a presentation on Employment Law, presented by David Hewitt of Citation – a rather more hard hitting subject, but equally important to employers and employees delivered by one of the leading experts in this field.


Around 3.30pm the ‘canary doves’ came into action,


these specially coloured birds were released in front of the Jarrold Stand to mark the success of Norwich City FC being promoted to the Premiership.


Last, but by no means least we had a presentation on wine, presented by Emily Barclay, of The Perfect Wine Company, which also included a tasting that rounded the day off in such style, much to the delight of just about every delegate and some of the sponsors who supported the event.


The newly elected Chair Des Fulcher closed the meeting thanking everyone who came along to support the region, and wishes to extend further appreciation for those who supported his election.


The committee has already begun work planning future events, the next date being 14th July 2011, in Newmarket - a BBQ open to non-members, guests and BICSc members.


www.bics.org.uk


Soluclean gets a thumbs up from James Paget University Hospital


John Smith, Manager, James Paget Hospital, was extremely impressed with Soluclean from Ashrgrove Specialist Products Ltd.


“At James Paget University Hospital we believe in smart, efficient and innovative products and service to provide excellent care to all patients and staff. When I was introduced to the Soluclean range I was very impressed with the simplicity for the user and the level of care that


had gone into testing against all pathogens. I have been trialling the Soluclean range for a few weeks now and the feedback from my staff is very positive; with respects to the ease of use and pleasant smell. The pouches have been well thought out with health and safety at the forefront. The bottles are clear, screen- printed, colour coded and can meet Infection Control requests for being able to go through the dishwasher after each use.


“At the moment it is a definite thumbs up for me and, once the trial has concluded, I will be looking at the possibility of expanding into new areas- one step at a time. Based on the current evidence, I would recommend to other


healthcare settings to invite the Soluclean range in, to see the best practice, quality and cost efficient solutions for yourself.”


Ashgrove Specialist Products will be also be showcasing their Soluclean range at the forthcoming AHCP Conference in Telford on Stand 22.


www.ashgroveproducts.com


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