The final round of Chef of the Year saw our eight finalists compete in four rounds to declare this year’s winner.
Churchill is pleased to announce that we have received another 5 star rating under the RISQS audit scheme.
We are pleased announce that we have secured another two years of providing cleaning services to Queen Margaret University.
Adherence to stringent health and safety measures when Working at Height is of paramount importance to Churchill. We ensure we get it right and embed a culture of ‘Safety First’; protecting our operatives and supply partners in delivering a best in class service for our clients.
Global market analyst Plimsoll Publishing Ltd has identified Churchill as an inspirational company that is prospering within the UK commercial cleaning sector.
We are proud of our industry-leading HSEQ department, which is dedicated to continuous improvement and constantly striving to be the best.
A study has found that almost 20% of food available is lost through over-eating or waste. Globally, the population consumes approximately 10% more food than necessary and almost 9% is thrown away or left to spoil.
As 2017 is now in full swing and the festive break of 2016 seems like a distant memory we wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the most significant occurrences in 2016 within the industry, and to look ahead to some approaching industry developments.
For the first time half of the UK’s electricity produced during July and September came from low carbon sources, including wind turbines, solar panels, wood burning and nuclear.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan announced increased Living Wage Foundation rates during Living Wage Week 2016.