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Town & Country Cleaning is the preferred cleaning contractor with the Forestry Commission to clean Alice Holt in Bucks Oak Corner, just outside Farnham. The contract includes cleaning the newly built visitor centre, toilets and classroom facilities at the popular visitor attraction.

Working with the Forestry Commission, the contract entails cleaning the site to ISO 14001 environmental management standards, which includes only using ecologically friendly cleaning solutions and constantly monitoring the impact on the environment.

Lee Turner, Managing Director of Town & Country Cleaning said, “We are very proud to be working with the Forestry Commission, which is a great UK organisation with a very important mission. Town & Country Cleaning uses Delphis Eco, the UK’s leading supplier of ecologically friendly cleaning solutions and is committed to ISO 14001.”

Alice Holt describes itself as a great day out for the family where you can walk, cycle, play or have a picnic in the woods. You can experience life in the trees with Go Ape, take a relaxing break in the cafe and finish your visit with a quiet stroll in one of the more remote parts of the forest. 

Events at Alice Holt include Guided Nordic Walks, Little Explorers, Gruffalo Trail, Fungal Foray, Babes in the Wood, Buggy Fitness, Caterpillar Crafts and Magical Forest Lantern Walks. The visitor centre also has a Go Ape centre, playground, café and picnic facilities.

Lee Turner said, “Alice Holt is a very popular outdoor family attraction. Everyone is very fond of it. I know my kids and all their friends love Alice Holt and regularly go to walk round the forest and play on the wooden animal play frames.”

Alice Holt Forest is located a few miles south of Farnham on the A325 and approximately 1 mile south of Birdworld. From the A31 turn off at Farnham onto the A325. At the Halfway House Pub on the A325 turn off the main road following signs for Alice Holt Forest. The entrance is 300 yards along this road on the left.

The Forestry Commission is committed to sustainable forestry management of woodland, which now accounts for 12% of Britain – and rising. The Forestry Commission puts sustainability at the heart of all their policies and practices so that everyone can realise the full potential of our woodlands as economic, environmental and social resources. Alice Holt is a great example of this working in practice for the benefit of the whole community.