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You can find out all about upcoming events in our what's on section, including at the beautiful Herschel Park. There is some exciting news about a rowing and canoeing project on the Jubilee River and some important information about how the way you register to vote has changed. Credit goes to two fantastic carers from our Home from Home family based scheme and the community efforts of residents in Colnbrook who helped clean up the area.
You can subscribe to Citizen using the link at the top of the page, or view back issues by using the drop down box at the bottom of any page. Teams from local businesses have been sharing their skills with the community by helping to repaint community buildings and planting beautiful flower beds. The council’s facilities management team, working with Slough Business Community Partnership (SBCP), arranged for Mars staff to come to Upton Lea Community Centre and Amazon staff to help at Langley Pavilion. The Mars volunteers worked alongside the council’s assistant facilities officers to redecorate woodwork, build flower beds, plant flowers, and clear shrubbery and overgrowth from a basketball court and around the centre. Amazon volunteers (pictured right) got their paintbrushes out and redecorated the small hall and corridor of Langley Pavilion and cleared shrubs and overgrowth from the back of the centre.
The worn grey carpets at Langley Pavilion have been changed to a brighter and more inviting blue carpet. If you are from a local business and would like to offer help, speak to Slough Business Community Partnership as they can put you in touch with the project best suited to your team.
Sculpted in the shape of three flames, it represents three themes to all wars – freedom, fear and faith.
The new war memorial was something the council committed to installing in time for the 100 year commemoration of the start of World War 1. The mayor unveiled the new memorial at the Slough Remembers event on 2 August, where the town centre was filled with activities, information and life-size photos of Slough as it looked 100 years ago.
The council also organised a candlelit vigil on 4 August to coincide with the national Lights Out event, which 200 residents attended. Senior councillors read out the names of Slough’s war dead from WW1 alongside specially selected poems and a two minutes silence was held. Candles were extinguished one by one in the run up to 11pm – the exact time Britain declared war 100 years before. A celebratory event with a penalty shoot out competition helped launch some brand new football pitches in Cippenham. The pitches at Eltham Recreation Ground were officially opened for use on 28 August with Slough Mayor Cllr Shafiq Chaudhry, councillors and about 35 young players from FC Cippenham joining in the fun (pictured). The launch was also to announce that the process for booking football pitches in Slough’s parks has come back in-house to the council.
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The Youth Engagement Slough (YES) consortium, commissioned by Slough Borough Council to provide youth services, has opened up a new shop in the Observatory Shopping Centre in Slough high street. The shop was officially opened by Slough Mayor Cllr Shafiq Chaudhry on 1 August and will remain open into the winter, offering free activities and plenty of support. YES, led by Aik Saath, Resource Productions and SWIPE, has developed a programme of arts, sports and community activities in partnership with associates to give young people different opportunities. The consortium received funding from BAA through The Challenge, which funded the shop refit, making it a brighter and more practical space for activities. Activities running in various locations throughout the year include youth music clubs, youth clubs, dance, beauty courses, boxercise, basketball and football.
Young people interested in getting involved in YES activities can visit the YES website to download a complete programme of activities or they can also go along to the shop. Under the new system called Individual Electoral Registration (IER), you are now responsible for registering yourself to vote. Previously, the head of the household was responsible for registering everyone who lived at the address. The new system is more secure because it asks for more details, which will make it more resistant to electoral fraud. We have written to every eligible voter in Slough to advise them whether they need to register under the new system.? All currently registered electors have had their name and address checked against government records so they can be confirmed under IER. Those confirmed, some 80,000 voters in Slough, have each been sent a letter telling them they have been registered under the new system and do not need to take any further action. However, if more information is required, you will have been sent a letter outlining what is needed. Whether you need information for homework or other studies, want to learn new skills, catch up on the big headline news around the world or just read a new book and catch up on your favourite magazines, you can do it all online with Slough Libraries and your library card. You can now read any of 40 popular magazine titles completely free by signing up to Zinio through Slough Libraries. In addition we are also now subscribing to PressDisplay which allows you to catch up on the latest news from more than 2,000 current national and international newspapers and magazines from around the world in a wide range of languages.
Read them on your computer, or on your smartphone or tablet using apps available from the Android and Apple iTunes app stores. Slough Libraries has a range of online resources for researching local and family history all available when you visit a library and log on. Slough Libraries subscribes to a range of online resources that can help you learn the skills you need including the Life in the UK test.
If you are having a problem at work try to talk to one of your managers as soon as possible. The first stage involves putting down details of the problem in writing and sending it to your employer, making sure you keep a copy for yourself. Once your employer has received the letter they should arrange a meeting to allow you to make your case. If you disagree with the decision you can write to your employer saying you want to appeal and explaining why you think the decision is wrong. For more information check on the Adviceguide website or contact Citizens Advice Slough on 0845 120 3712 . Working in partnership with Slough Museum, the young people’s service has helped the young steering group to bid to the Heritage Lottery fund for support to run the project.
Young people involved in the project will be participating in a series of workshops exploring black heritage and history both across the world and locally here in Slough. The workshops will focus on black innovators and leaders and the contribution Slough’s black communities have made to the town. The young people will be able to interview older members of the community about their experiences of immigration and also find powerful images which impact on black history in the past and present day. The workshops, which started at the end of September, will develop the content for a 10-day town centre exhibition, in the pop-up Nu-seum. The exhibition, due to open at the end of October or start of November, will be interactive and will give visitors the opportunity to get involved in activities including live debates and a Race Usain display where they can see how their running time compares to Usain Bolt’s world record sprint. A fantastic showcase event will close the exhibition with music, dance, spoken word and other artists coming together to celebrate.
Please look out for more information regarding dates and times in the local press and at Slough Museum. With so many great films being released, we are showing an extra two films this autumn - 10 films instead of our usual eight films.
Matthew McConaughey gives an award-winning performance in this true story of Ron Woodroof, a homophobic rodeo cowboy who becomes an AIDS activist after his own diagnosis, fighting the medical establishment to get treatment made available to all. The life of a grumpy, near-to-retirement office worker perks up when his corporate lunchbox is accidentally mixed up with one containing delicious home-cooked food. Erlingsson’s critically acclaimed debut feature is a darkly funny, inventive and very distinctive film set in a remote Icelandic community.
A brief introduction to fungi in the classroom, followed by an exploration around the park to see how varied they can be.
A slide show looking at how the design of our birds help them feed, breed and function in our varied weather.
A wander round the grounds to see what species of bird have found the habitats and features of the park to their winter delight.
There will be a variety of stalls at the event, strolling entertainers, a choir to sing around the Christmas tree outside and food and drink. Slough’s parks have once again proved their worth to the community by winning Green Flag Awards. Herschel Park, Salt Hill Park and Pippins Park have all won the special award, which recognises the best parks and green spaces in the country. The parks continually impress the judges who assess on criteria including horticultural standards, cleanliness, sustainability and community involvement.
The council is supporting more sustainable forms of transport by installing additional charging points for electric vehicles (EV) and plugged in hybrid electric vehicles within its car parks.
There are already five charging points throughout Slough at Montem Leisure Centre, The Centre, Langley Leisure Centre, Herschel Car Park and Hatfield Car Park but the network has been expanded with four new EV points installed - two at Chalvey Community Centre, one at Cippenham Library and one at the Britwell Centre. All the charging points will take a Source London RFID card and the new points at Chalvey Community Centre, Cippenham Library and Britwell Centre can be connected using a Polar RFID card. The installation of rapid charging points for residents, businesses and commuters is also planned. Council staff have also been taking part in a project, funded by the energy industry regulator, Ofgem, to explore what impact electric cars will have on the electricity supply when more people start to use them.
The next quarterly forum will be held at the West Wing Arts Centre on Thursday 16 October from 10am until 1pm. We are keen to find out the types of activity and performance that local people want to see, support and participate in.
Staff from the council will also be available to discuss your views on the type of community and professional artistic programmes available when the Curve opens.
Manor Park residents have been working hard to help reduce flooding in their area by working with agencies such as Thames Water, Slough Borough Council and the Environment Agency. Members of the Manor Park Flood Action Group brought forward their ideas and issues, as well as those expressed by other members of the community, to these agencies at a recent meeting and there were some promising outcomes. Manor Park has suffered flooding for many decades, and this winter the Granville Avenue area was affected (pictured). The meeting was arranged with the help of the National Flood Forum, a charity that supports and represents communities and individuals at risk of flooding. Residents who created the perfect plot at their allotment have won prizes in the council’s annual allotment competition.
John Paragpuri won an individual gold award, plus best in competition, for his allotment in College Road (pictured). Figures show that 274 kilograms of waste is produced per person, against the UK average of 269 kilograms.


If each resident could produce less waste, it would help the council reach its target to reduce waste produced by one per cent year-on-year until 2028. If your black bin is overfull; keep back any items that won't rot or smell until your next refuse collection.
Double check there is nothing that could go in your red recycling or green garden waste bins instead. You can also take dozens of other items to be recycled at the Chalvey Household Waste Recycling Centre, such as textiles, aluminium foil and cans, wood and timber and bulky domestic items.
Each resident is required to make sure the waste they produce is disposed of responsibly and in accordance with the law.
To find out more about recycling and how you can help us recycle more, visit the council's website. The Slough Canal Festival, held in Bloom Park, Langley, offered all kinds of attractions for all the family on 13 and 14 September. There was ferret racing, bungee trampolines, a petting farm, Punch & Judy show, bouncy castle, craft activities for children, bird feeder making sessions and a chainsaw carver.
The Rockwood Dog Display (pictured) and a falconry display brought some animal magic to the event, which is sponsored by AkzoNobel, makers of Dulux paint. Boat trips on the canal proved another popular attraction, along with special steam engine train rides. There was also a marquee crammed with stalls selling everything from jewellery, scarves and cards, to hand carved wooden items, plants, traditional canal ware, cakes and sweets.
Various local charities made an appearance, including scout and guide groups, animal charities, Pets as Therapy and the Canal Trust.
The councils Employ-Ability scheme is a specialist employment service that helps people with disabilities enter into meaningful part time or full time employment. The service provides a range of support including CV writing, job searching, interview training and help with applications. Currently the service supports around 100 people and the majority of those have been placed in work with local businesses.
Slough Employ-Ability also works with employers to increase the understanding of disabilities in the workplace and to ensure disabled people have the opportunities to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations.
Slough resident Michael Northcott (pictured) has secured a paid part-time job with the council’s outsourcing partner arvato. As a result of his good work, Michael has had his contract extended for a further three months.
Events to highlight the dangers of illegal money lenders are being held throughout October. Officers from Slough trading standards will be joined by representatives from the Illegal Money Lending Team (IMLT), which is the agency that prosecutes loan sharks and supports people affected by this crime, to raise awareness. Many people will struggle with finances at some point in their life and sometimes they may feel they have no option but to borrow from a loan shark. These unauthorised lenders often charge extortionate interest rates and may resort to violence, intimidation and threats to enforce their loans.
Training sessions have also been held throughout Slough to highlight how loan sharks operate, how they affect individuals and communities, how they can be stopped and how borrowers can be helped. Loan sharks will often appear very friendly initially but they rarely offer paperwork so borrowers are unsure about the terms of agreement and what is owed.
There will be a community quiz at Harrow Market and Langley Library where trading standards officers will be there to talk to. A series of workshops aim to help Slough charities and voluntary organisations find out more about accessing different funding opportunities. If you have a funding application or an idea for a project and would like to book a 10 minute one-to-one session after the presentation, contact Jinni. Chalvey Community Centre is offering a great session for older people who may be struggling to learn new technology. Vijaya Gupta, chairman of Slough Seniors group, came up with the idea after receiving help at the centre himself. If you would like to come along to the sessions they take place every Thursday from 10am to 11am at the centre in The Green.
They do anything from meeting and greeting visitors, keeping the centre tidy, helping in the café and signposting customers. If you have some spare time and would like to volunteer, call Diane Khechab on 01753 875413 or visit our website.
New legislation under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, is coming into force this month (October). The Act has streamlined the anti-social behaviour (ASB) toolkit reducing the number of orders from 19 to six, so the remedies are more flexible and faster at stopping ASB. The Act also focuses on giving better witness satisfaction and making agencies more accountable to witnesses and communities when agencies fail to act.
Criminal Behaviour Orders - issued by the courts after conviction, the order will ban an individual from certain activities or places and require them to address their behaviour, for example attending drug treatment programmes. Civil injunctions - available in the county court for adults and the youth court for 10 to 17-year-olds.
Community Protection Notices – one order for local authorities to stop persistent environmental ASB like graffiti, neighbour noise or dog fouling. Police Dispersal Power – a police power to direct any individual causing or likely to cause ASB, crime and disorder away from a particular place and to confiscate related items. Closure Powers – this power is a fast, flexible power that can be used to protect victims and communities by quickly closing premises that are causing nuisance or disorder. Absolute grounds for possession – to speed up the possession of secure and assured tenancies in cases where ASB or criminality has already been proven by another court.
Community Remedies – this tool gives victims a say in the out-of-court punishment of offenders for low level crime and ASB. Halloween is just around the corner so it’s important to know how to enjoy the celebrations responsibly.
Children should always be accompanied by an adult and should not knock at a house where it is clear they don’t want to be disturbed. It’s a good idea to speak to your neighbours in advance to let them know you will be trick or treating with your child. Thames Valley Police will be doing extra patrols over the Halloween and Bonfire night period, targeting those who cause criminal damage or anti-social behaviour.
Do not throw items like eggs and flour – this is not a trick and may be classed as criminal damage or even assault.
To report anti-social behaviour, call 101, the 24-hour Thames Valley Police non-emergency number or the council’s anti-social behaviour hotline on 01753 875298. Dark nights can provide the perfect cover for burglars who sneak-in through an open window or unlocked door.
If a building looks unoccupied there is more chance a burglar will target it as they are opportunistic. Resident groups worked tirelessly alongside the council and police during a week of action to reduce crime and improve the environment in Colnbrook. The climax of the week’s activities came when officers from the neighbourhood enforcement team and police were joined by about 100 local residents for a huge litter pick. The team cleared nearly five tonnes of rubbish from the Westfield estate, Colnbrook High Street, Coleridge Crescent and neighbouring streets during the day; including old mattresses, furniture, foliage and litter. Representatives from Colnbrook with Poyle Parish Council, Colnbrook Community Association, Colnbrook Neighbourhood Action Group and Colnbrook Residents Association all got involved, and refreshments were provided by Hilton Hotel, Asda and Tesco. In all, there were 10 pre-planned police operations to tackle crimes including burglary and theft. More than 50 vans and HGVs were stopped and searched and five motorists were warned about speeding. A neighbourhood action group has been setting a good example to others by actively tackling the problem of dog mess.
Earlier in the year Langley St Mary’s Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG) got involved in a dog fouling spraying project, where for one month they sprayed dog mess left behind in streets and parks in Langley, to highlight the scale of the problem. It takes less than a minute to clean up after your dog, but if the mess is left in a park or street it takes years for it to become harmless. The waste contains parasites which are particularly harmful to children aged between two and four-years-old – so think twice before walking away and leaving the mess behind.
The easiest thing to do is always carry some plastic bags with you to collect the waste on the walk.
Based on the information reported, the neighbourhood enforcement team will visit the location and if they witness another incident they will issue the owner with an £80 fixed penalty. The Home from Home family based care scheme involves people looking after a disabled child for a short time to help their parents recharge their batteries. The service is for children aged up to 17 who may have physical or learning disabilities, or sensory problems.
Her son Bertie, aged six, has received care every other week for several months, enabling her and her husband to spend some more quality time with their other son Simon, aged five.
Bertie is non-verbal autistic and Zuzana is impressed with how his carers make the extra effort to find out how best to help him.
While Bertie is away having fun with Jocelyn and Neil, Zuzana and Tibor get to do more activities with Simon, such as practising writing. The ongoing support from the Home from Home team at the council has not gone unnoticed by the couple. Jocelyne and Neil from Slough have been involved with the Home from Home scheme for about five years after seeing an advert in the local paper. Their children Thomas, 32 and Chloe, 28, had left home so they thought it was a good chance to help families locally. They started with a young girl who has now turned 18 and started college, so they won’t see her during term-time. The warm summer meant Bertie could play in the paddling pool Jocelyne and Neil bought for him as he loves water. The couple, who now both work part-time, appreciate the training offered and will be going on a course about autism to help them in their caring role. Every time Bertie visits they try to do something different, whether it’s playing in the garden, going to the park or visiting places like Thames Valley Adventure Playground or Odds Farm. An exciting project will provide recreational canoeing and rowing opportunities on the Jubilee River in Slough. The project is being led by Slough West Indian Peoples Enterprise (SWIPE) on behalf of the Youth Engagement Slough (YES) consortium, and is supported by the CanRow group. SWIPE are already running taster sessions on the water and the riverside centre is due to open at the end of November, which will give them plenty of time to prepare for the busy spring period of 2015. Representatives from SWIPE have been working closely with Sport England, British Rowing and Canoe England and its partners from the CanRow group, to mirror their own plans for 2013-2017. British Rowing chose to work with the SWIPE lead and the YES Consortium because they were so keen to proactively engage the community in new activities.


The project is steered by the CanRow group which is made up of members of national and local organisations British Rowing, Get Berkshire Active, Canoe England, Longridge, Slough Council for Voluntary Services, Slough Borough Council, Slough School Sport Network, Slough West Indian Peoples Enterprise (SWIPE), The Environment Agency and The Windsor Sports College. If you want to improve your fitness and get involved in a sociable activity, you could try the free weekly 5k run at Upton Court Park. Since parkrun launched on Saturdays at Upton Court Park there have been more than 90 events, with 952 personal best times achieved. The course starts from Slough Rugby Club and follows a route around the park, suitable for adults, children, complete beginners and those from running clubs. The biggest attendance in one week has been 137 runners but new runners are always welcome. To take part you need to register and bring along your barcode so your finish time can be recorded.
Volunteers run the whole event, taking on roles including time keeper, barcode scanning, tail runner and marshal. To find out more about the Upton Court parkrun, including the volunteer opportunities, visit the parkrun website.
AlcoChange is an app that has been developed to record drinking habits, monitor triggers and record wellbeing after alcohol use. The free AlcoChange app is being supported by the council’s Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT), who have assisted the creators with the development of the app.
The app will nudge the user to remind them to use the app and record their alcohol use and will also provide reminders of the mood they experienced the last time they drank alcohol. If the app shows the user is at risk of harmful or hazardous alcohol levels, the app will provide nudges with details of Slough support services. One of Slough DAAT’s key aims is to improve the health and wellbeing of those who misuse drugs and alcohol. The app will enable Slough DAAT to better understand the alcohol trends of people who aren’t already known to support services. Six of Slough’s care homes received certificates from the Mayor at an event to mark a year of the Sing For Your Life initiative. The project is aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of care home residents through regular group singing sessions, as research shows singing has a positive impact on physical and mental health. Participating care homes have been given specially designed karaoke-style music players to accompany the sing-a-longs. Slough Mayor, Cllr Shaqif Chaudhry, presented each of the participating care homes with a certificate recognising their contribution to the project, before joining residents, carers and health workers for a closing sing-a-long.
The celebratory event was held at Langley Haven Care Home, where staff had laid on food and provided a marquee for guests. Launched by the public health team in Slough in August 2013, the project is funded by Big Lottery’s Chances4Change programme.
Facial hair: Ms Kaur began growing a beard aged 16 after developing polycystic ovary syndromeShe is one of the millions of British adults who have been bullied at some point in their lives, with most targeted about their appearance. The Evergreen 2000 Trust is a registered charity formed to help manage and defend the public green areas to the west of Slough and south of Burnham Beeches that together make up the Burnham Grove Nature Reserve.
You are invited to come and join in the fun at the Slough Bonfire and Fireworks Spectacular on 1 November or visit the Britwell Christmas Fayre in November.
The assistant facilities officers also redecorated the main corridor at Weekes Drive Community Centre in Cippenham. Already people, including those with busy lives or reduced mobility – are seeing the benefit of connecting with the local community. It’s quick and easy and once completed your registration is immediately in the system and automatically sent to the Department for Work and Pensions to check your personal details. Titles include Hello, Men’s Fitness, National Geographic, Marie Claire and Total Film as well as more specialist titles like Amateur Photographer, Cycling Active, Goodtoknow Recipes and Your Family Tree magazines. With FindMyPast and Ancestry Library edition you can search a wide variety of sources including Census information, births, marriages and deaths and much more. If you are an agency worker, home worker or self-employed, this information may not apply to you as it assumes you are an employee. This may sort it out quickly without taking it any further but it is also important because if you do not object straight away then it can be assumed  you have accepted a change to your contract. You are generally allowed to take a work colleague or trade union representative with you for support.
If you do appeal there should be another meeting, where possible, with a more senior manager.
Please be aware that demand for our advice is high, and you may have to wait some time for an appointment. Are you interested in helping people in Slough resolve their legal, money and other problems? Their mother abandoned the family years ago but they’ve managed to achieve a contented balance. There will be plenty of fun for the children, with a bouncy castle, funfair rides, face painting and a visit from Father Christmas inside the Britwell Centre. For a £6 fee these will charge vehicles in around 30 minutes, with the first one being installed at Brunel Way. The steel structure is already taking shape and plans for services and activities in the centre are in their early stages. Local artists and professionals will be given the opportunity to hear more about getting involved and delivering projects at The Curve. You told us you want to see better, and more, children’s books and more events and activities for children, ranging from author visits, school performances, drama classes and craft. There have been problems in Penn Road as recently as 2012, and large areas of Manor Park were flooded in the early 2000s. This is waste which is not recycled or generated at Chalvey Household Waste Recycling Centre.
Excess waste is unsightly, can often cause an obstruction, attracts vermin and broken bags could result in litter being spilt onto the street. Many residents only recycle from one or two rooms in their household but you can recycle more in every room. The world-famous Dulux dog was the star of the show when it made an appearance on the Sunday. The dog shows impressed everyone; there was plenty of play time with the activities for younger visitors and once again we had a great variety of stalls. Where appropriate, clients can be joined by a support worker or job coach in the workplace either just in the early stages or as long as is considered necessary. He began on a three-month contract of three hours a week in the logistics team, initially opening and sorting the post.
For sustainability, local voluntary organisations need to have an all round understanding of fundraising methods, how they work and which methods best suit their particular organisation. It is also for police, social landlords and local authorities to deal with more serious disorder and criminality in a specific place, such as closing a property used for drug dealing. A person can be removed from an area for up to 48 hours, if authorised by a police inspector or above. They are designed to ensure the law-abiding majority can enjoy public spaces, safe from ASB. Both local authority and police can use this power to close residential or business premises.
Local authorities and social and private landlords will no longer need to prove that it is reasonable to grant possession, the court will be more likely to determine cases in a single, short hearing. The new Community Trigger and Community Remedy will empower victims and communities, giving them a greater say in how agencies respond to complaints of anti-social behaviour and in out-of-court sanctions for offenders. It proves what can be achieved when we all work together to keep our communities clean and safe. Experience is not required because we’ll give you training, support and hourly expenses. The scheme also provides a pack with toys in it, specific to each child’s needs, and there is a toy library where Home from Home carers can borrow toys.
It is great seeing them being happy and contented and really giving something to the family who deserve the help and support of other people.
It aims to establish a new water sport facility to promote healthy lifestyles through physical activity and act as a base for learning opportunities. You can run at your own pace and even combine walking and running to complete the distance. The machines plug into the television and display lyrics on the screen and can also alter the pitch and tempo of songs to suit residents. They undertake maintenance tasks such as tree-planting and litter-picking, as well as campaigning for better protection of open spaces. Register as one of our Bizziebaby testers and join the team of parents all over the UK already testing & reviewing a wide range of baby and toddler products. I requested a contribution from Mars and Amazon towards material costs and they kindly agreed to pay the full amount. You can download and then listen to these on a range of devices, including MP3 players, tablets and smartphones. Find thousands of records relating to British personnel from the Napoleonic wars to World War II. To help you remember the details keep a note of exactly what happened and the dates they happened.
Employment tribunals will be covered in a future article but it is important to remember that most employment tribunal claims must be made within three months less one day of the date when the event you are complaining about last happened. Make a note of the dates in your diaries or on your calendar to make sure you don't miss any!
The injunction would carry a civil burden of proof, making it quicker and easier to obtain than previous tools. In addition we are very grateful for the active support we receive from other volunteer groups and from our various financial sponsors. For use in the kitchen or bathroom, the antibacterial hand soap is enriched with moisturising ingredients to care for your hands.
There is a code of practice for grievances produced by the Arbitration and Conciliation Service (ACAS). It was a relief to know that after handling meat or fish that my hands would be bacteria free or that my sons hands were clean after he had been playing outside. A family member who suffers from arthritis in their hands visited & said that it was really nice to be able to use a soap pump with no difficulty at all.



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