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Fantastic Services take part in “The Work & Family Show”

Definitely seeking Rubbish Please at this years The Work & Family Show

For the first time, London and southeast England based domestic refuse collection service provider Rubbish Please will be attending this year’s exciting two day exhibition ‘The Work and Family Show’ at London’s ExCeL center on February 21st and 22nd as they hope to show how great their services are to people that want to move back into the workplace without having to sacrifice the wellbeing of their homes.

The event itself will be an invaluable experience for those that have started a family and think that now might be a good time to rejoin the workforce or are planning on doing this in the near future. It will offer expert advice and ideas on how to make the best choices and maximize potential when people decide to get back to the grind. It might also help those that are already working whilst raising a family by enabling them to make the most of their career and spare time. Rubbish Please feels that they can certainly help people to forget about their domestic chores and start enjoying the well deserved financial rewards that they and their family deserve when they return to work.



By offering a well priced, professional and hassle free cleanup service for the home and garden they know that people can forget about this particular job and concentrate on what is important to them; their career and your family. They can even sort out the recycling giving people more time to enjoy their family when not at work and guaranteeing that their home will be clutter free to spend that quality time in. So be sure to search out stand F17 at the show to find out exactly how Rubbish Please can make your transition back into work that much more pleasant.

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