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Staycation bookings soar

If what’s going on in the Lake District is anything to go by, 2022 looks set to be a busy year for hotels in leisure stay ‘hotspots’. Keswick Tourism Association has revealed that a surge in bookings during the first…

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CH&CO launch new staff benefits

Hospitality catering specialists CH&CO have announced enhanced family benefits for every employee across the group. Charlotte Hutchings, Group People Director, CH&CO Under the new family-friendly procedure, employees on maternity and adoption leave will be offered 10 weeks full pay, followed…

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Desperately seeking someone?

Lisa Williams, executive housekeeper at The Grand in York, believes she’s conquered the staffing crisis and shares how this was achieved Lisa Williams joined five-star The Grand as the last lockdown ended, having spent just under six years at St…

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We’re feeling just grand

Andrew Bodle of Hygieia It’s finally happened – a UKHA get-together where members can talk face-to-face, catch up with each other and share news of how housekeeping staff are preparing for the staycation boom. Let’s have three cheers and join…

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Back to doing what we do best

Sun and sea, beautiful countryside, or city sights plus, of course, superb housekeeping standards is what all our guests want to experience as hotels re-open for the summer staycation season. We know you’ve all been very busy in the build-up…

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Lessons in changing lives

When CleanConscience sends out a ‘collection round email’ to their hotel partners they always add that the charity accepts donations of surplus or redundant hospitality items. This might be furniture, soft furnishings, towels, linen, bedding, cutlery, crockery and even ‘lost…

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New beginnings

Lorraine Dale, national chair of the UKHA has a message for our readers: Lorraine Dale What a difference a year makes! As a hardworking passionate housekeeper with a vested interest in the industry my heart goes out to all of…

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New faces on Pride of Britain board

Four new members have joined the non-executive board of Pride of Britain Hotels, the collection of independently-owned British hotels. Jill Chalmers, managing director of Glenapp Castle in Ayrshire They come from renowned venues and are Jason Adams, managing director of Rockliffe Hall Hotel,…

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