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Contracts Education sector cleaning contract

cleaning contract confirms Norse’s position as the lead- ing FMprovider in the east of England.” Jan Benson,managing di-

Norse Commercial Services has been awarded amajor building cleaning contract by Norfolk Educational Serv- ices. The three-year, £2.5 million contract covers cleaning at four institutions within the Transforming Ed- ucation in Norfolk (TEN) Group: City College Norwich, City Academy Norwich,Way- land Academy Norfolk, and

FakenhamAcademy Norfolk. Norse Commercial Serv-

ices director, RuthMetcalf, said: “The contract covers a wide range of services in- cluding daily, periodic, spe- cialist and window cleaning. Norse already pro- vides groundsmaintenance and security services to NES, and the addition of this

rector, Norfolk Educational Services, said: “We are de- lighted to be working with Norse Commercial Services on thismajor new contract across institutions as part of the TEN Group’s pioneering shared servicesmodel. Our aimis to work together to raise the bar in this area, de- livering value formoney for the college and academies in TEN Group, exceeding the expectations of students and staff with the quality of serv- ice provided, and energising the newly transferred staff through a new approach that we believe others will look to follow.” Sales director, Geoff

Tucker, said: “This follows othermajor contract awards for Norse in recentmonths, totalling over £5million. In a highly competitive environ- ment, it’s great to win yet an- other prestige contract.” Around 90 staff will trans-

fer to Norse under TUPE, bringing the company’s workforce to 8500.

Regent continues innings at Yorkshire CCC

Regent Cleaning has retained its status as official cleaning contractor at the Yorkshire County Cricket Club. The company, which won the contract in 2010, is also this year's player sponsor of the club's swing bowler, Ryan Sidebottom. For the Regent Cleaning

team, all the action takes place at the 17,000-capacity Carnegie Cricket Ground - home to the Yorkshire County Cricket Club since 1891 and a venue for testmatches since 1899. The cricket ground forms

part of the Headingley Sta- dium, amulti-sporting complex in Leeds, now known as Headingley Carnegie Cricket Ground. "We're really pleased to find our work for Yorkshire CCC so

Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s Ryan Sidebottom.

highly valued," said Regent Samsic jointmanaging director, Jonathan King. "This client has enabled us to put the service concept of partnering into practice, allowing our teams to as- similate fully into the day-to-day running of the site. Conse- quently, everyone knows what they are being tasked, lines of communication are shorter, and the contract runs smoothly." A winner of three county championships with Yorkshire and

Nottinghamshire (twice), Ryan Sidebottomis the holder of 22 test, 25 one-day, and 18 Twenty20 international caps, as well as aWorld Twenty20 winner'smedal. King continued: "We've supported England's national game before and it's a pleasure to renew our relationship with the sport in one of its true char- acters!"


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