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Christmas Wishes to all our Coventry office and commercial cleaning clients – old & new

We would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year!

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank our existing Coventry office and commercial cleaning customers for their continued business after having provided a quality reliable and consistent daily cleaning service to them over the past year.  

We are looking forward to 2019 and continuing to look after our customers, whilst welcoming new cleaning contracts.

The peak Christmas holiday period is now upon us and with it brings the demands of providing cover for our cleaners' holidays to ensure there is no dip in our cleaning services supplied to our customers. Minster Cleaning Services Coventry utilize their experienced relief office and commercial cleaning team to the full and combined with their flexibility and forward planning we are confident that our objectives will be achieved.

In other news, are you brave enough to jump from a platform higher than a house? That is just one of 28 challenges available to thrill seekers at a new family climbing centre just an hour from Coventry.

The Leap of Faith at Wicksteed Park's new Clip 'n Climb venue dares visitors to scale up a platform 8.2 metres above the ground – and then jump off while trying to grab hold of a punch bag in a real test of nerves.

Other challenges include a wall which twists as you climb and another where you can recreate the experience of climbing up a sheer sheet of ice, using wooden 'picks' to help you get to the top. The £700,000 indoor attraction has been designed to provide fun for all members of the family, from four years old upwards, and encourage them to stay fit and healthy.

Harry Bartlett, assistant activities manager, said: “Clip ‘n Climb will provide oodles of fun for everyone aged four and upwards and it’s all indoors, out of the cold and the rain. “Everyone, from toddlers to grandmas can experience reaching new heights and create unforgettable fun memories.” (Source: Coventry Telegraph)