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Housekeeping Today UK is the new industry publication. The bi-monthly printed and online publication is devoted entirely to housekeepers and their suppliers, including the latest news of appointments and job opportunities, product launches, company profiles, interviews, campaigns and the work of the UKHA.

Originally launched in the 80s by Jack Fowler, the current publisher’s father, the magazine thrived. Having been sold on to a third party, it sadly ceased publication some years later. After in depth talks with the UKHA, the title was revived at the beginning of 2015, as a quarterly supplement in Laundry and Cleaning Today.

Now, with the support and encouragement of the UKHA and the wider trade, the magazine is strong enough to stand-alone and is set to once again become the leading publication for housekeepers in the UK and beyond.

So who are the faces behind the scene?

Publisher, Tina Gleed, has worked in marketing and magazines for most of her career. Her experience in guiding titles to grow and embrace new media should stand HTUK in good stead. If you have questions about subscriptions or advertising Tina is the first port of call.

Mark Gleed looks after events and credit control. His background in exhibitions and event management provides expert support for those exhibiting and attending our events, including Hospitality Expo and The Triple ‘H’ Awards – The Hotel Housekeeping Honours. 

Editor Jan Raycroft is the words person, coming to us from the world of luxury lifestyle magazines as well as being a long-term writer for our sister publication, Laundry & Cleaning Today. She works alongside designer Peter Herring and social media specialist Adam Young to bring you sparkling and entertaining content. 

Regular contributors include Jack Fowler, Jean Anderson, Sue Bromley and Adam Bernstein. Each has extensive writing and journalism experience coupled with a good nose for news and endeavour to bring the latest developments to you in a clear and concise way. 

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