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Hull branch receives high rating from office cleaning staff

Every year the Hull branch ask all office cleaning staff for feedback on them as their employers. At the Hull branch we ask for and get some very honest answers and we are pleased to say they are on the whole good. 

One of our office cleaning staff who works in Hull each morning for us says that she rates us 9/10, adding that she likes working for Minster Cleaning Services because if she has any problems, they are quickly resolved, and that we are friendly people.

Another staff member who responds that he is glad to be back with Minster Cleaning Services after working for another company until recently. When he needs materials, we get it to him promptly, and when he has a query, the office responds quickly too. 

We ask our clients for regular feedback, and a long standing client in Hull has replied  (13-12-2018) that our cleaner is really good at her work, and definitely takes pride in it. She is thought of as one of the team.  Another Hull Client ( on 6th December) rates us 10/10; liking the personal touch, and attention to detail that the service provides.

In other news, there are calls to ban the Tour De Yorkshire from East Riding, due to the disruption caused each year for negligible economic benefit. Some voters in next year's East Riding Council election could find their normal route to the local polling station blocked off – thanks to the Tour de Yorkshire. For the first stage of the 2019 cycling spectacular is due to wheel its way through the county on the same day as the council's all-out election on Thursday, May 2. Riders are scheduled to pass through Goole, Howden, South Cave, Beverley and Pocklington in the 178.5km stage which starts in Doncaster and ends in Sherburn in Elmet. Traditionally, roads where the race passes through are temporarily closed to normal traffic. Rolling road closures are a regular feature of the event, allowing cyclists and the huge cavalcade of back-up vehicles a clear route. (Source: Hull Daily Mail)