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Cleaning firm is looking for your stories of their 40 years

PUBLISHED: 10:25 06 September 2015

Monthind at work

Monthind at work

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As part of its 40th Anniversary celebrations Monthind Clean LLP has launched an appeal for stories from its staff and clients, past and present, to be kept for posterity in a specially created History of Monthind memory book.

Some of the Monthind staffSome of the Monthind staff

The company was founded by Christine Beedle MBE in Ipswich, who has penned her memoirs recording the trials and tribulations of the first years of the industrial cleaning firm

Now the company directors Simon Biggs and Tony Felgate also want to hear from you if you worked for Monthind or utilised their services, in the past forty years.

“By the nature of our business, we know there must be lots of amusing anecdotes out there, waiting to be shared,” said Tony,” but there will be other tales, perhaps of people achieving through adversity or demonstrating their commitment to Monthind. We would love to hear them and keep them as part of the company’s history.”

Simon continued:”Many of our celebratory events are fundraising for our chosen charity Macmillan Cancer Support, but this is a very personal and special way to commemorate the company’s anniversary. By creating a memory book, we are not just saving pieces of history; we are also creating a record of Monthind which can be added to in the future, ensuring none of the significant events or entertaining stories will ever be forgotten.” If you have a story to share, email admin@monthindclean.co.uk or send your story to Monthind House, 91 London Road, Copford, Essex, CO6 1LG.


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