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ENTRIES FOR TFM AWARDS 2016


NOW OPEN Entries for the Tomorrow’s FM Awards 2016 are now open, and we’re inviting you to tell us what you think have been the best product innovations from the past 12 months.


Now in its fifth year, the Tomorrow’s FM Awards are a celebration of some of the finest innovations in the industry. Last year Propertyserve received first place, and The Changing Workplace took second place and parcel collection service providers Doddle, came in third – the variety of products and services on offer among the winners, and all the entrants are testament to vast coverage of the FM arena.


Editor Rebekah Thompson is looking forward to seeing what products are entered in this year’s awards. She said: “I arrived at Opus mid-way through the awards nominations last year, so was unable to get as involved in the process. This year however, I will be leading the way throughout, from nominations to presentations; I can’t wait to see what the 2016 entrants bring to the fore!”


To enter a product for this year’s awards, email Rebekah at rebekah@opusbm.co.uk with your favourite innovation and why it should be included. Nominations will be open until December, when a ‘Top 50’ Awards Guide will be produced in time for when voting opens in the New Year.


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CHSA’S SELL OUT GOLF DAY RAISES £5,500 FOR


CHARITY One of the highlights of calendar, the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers’ Association’s (CHSA) annual Golf Day, held at Rudding Park in North Yorkshire was a ‘sell out’, raising over £5,500 for the Chairman’s charity, The Helping Treat Cancer Together Committee.


Twenty-one teams took to the course, each supported with a professional from the Yorkshire PGA.


“With an 18-hole Stableford Pro-Am Tournament at its heart, the Golf Day is a great opportunity for members to network and do business at the same time as having a great day out of the office and raising funds for charity,” explained the CHSA’s Chairman, Stephen Harrison. “Raising over £5,500 was a brilliant achievement; thank you to everyone who took part and those who gave so generously.”


The Helping Treat Cancer Together Committee helps cancer patients with treatment costs the NHS will not fund where the patient’s doctors believe there is a reasonable chance the treatment will provide a cure, prolong life expectancy or improve quality of life.


The Greyland A team – Jack Barber, Ben Crosby, Phil Wilkinson and James Drinkall – emerged as winners and Duncan Bullough, a player on the Scott Janitorial / Jangro team won the individual amateur competition. Douglas Scott of RGD Supplies Ltd (Team Polaris Plastics) ended the day celebrating, winning a golf bag for his victory in the Par 3 event and a bottle of champagne for getting nearest the pin, just 14 inches away on the 5th hole!


“Congratulations to the winners,” continued Stephen Harrison. “I look forward to seeing them defend their titles next year!”


The Competition Hole Sponsors were: Bunzl Cleaning & Hygiene Services, Deb Disposables, Kimberley-Clark and Metsa Tissue.


The Hole Sponsors were: Arco, Chicopee Avintiv, Greyland Ltd, Harrison Wipes, Polaris Plastics, P&G Professional and Selden Research Ltd.


The Juice Buggy Sponsor was Diversey Sealed Air. The Golf Ball & Tee Sponsor was Polaris Plastics.


The Dinner Wine Sponsor was BPI Recycled Products and Shetland Janitorial Supplies sponsored the Mulligan Balloons.


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