Active Washrooms is delighted to have been selected to provide a range of washroom services to one of East Midlands newest wedding venues.
Thomas Hawksley was the greatest British water engineer of the nineteenth century, credited with designing a system that would supply water at constant high pressure, Nottingham was the first of 30 British towns to benefit from his work, and he went on to design water-supply schemes for more than 150 towns and cities worldwide.
Operating as a pumping station until 1964, pumping more than 16,000 m3 (1.5 million gallons) of water per day for storage at the nearby Redhill and Papplewick reservoirs.
After standing derelict for 35 years it opened as a restaurant and spa, before closing again in 2017, today, the Grade II listed building has been given a new lease of life, showcasing the stunning Victorian architectural style and celebrating its industrial heritage.
Active Washrooms is delighted to welcome our new client where we will be supplying a wide range of services to include Sanitary & Nappy Disposal, Air Purification and Entrance Matting. We look forward to working with our new client.