Nominations open for NHS worker to get free exterior home clean from Banbury business

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A Banbury cleaning business wants to give back to the 'key workers,' serving during the coronavirus pandemic, including those with the NHS.

Nominations for local area NHS workers are now open for people in the community to choose to get a free full exterior house cleaning from Jason Howard and his business, Clean-Away.

Jason said: “This week is just for NHS workers. Moving forward we would like to do something fortnightly for different areas of key workers.

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"I have the utmost respect and gratitude for the NHS. They are putting their lives on the line to help and save others.

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"As part of the community we are in a position to give something back, so if I can help, then that’s what I’ll do.”

Clean-Away will be surprising one NHS worker with a full exterior clean free of charge this week.

People can submit nominations of local NHS workers by direct message or by making a comment on the Facebook page for the Clean-Away business here: also recently completed a free full exterior clean of the woman's house after it was vandalised with paint last week.

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He cleaned the woman's garden and three patio areas on the front and back of the home in Gillett Road, Banbury.

Clean-Away is a family business based in the Banbury area, which services the local towns and villages across Oxfordshire.

They specialise in the cleaning of: driveways, patios, rooves, decking, gutters, windows on both a residential and a commercial scale.

A spokesperson for the business said: "We’d love to hear some amazing stories about these amazing people."

They will choose the winning NHS worker on Friday May 1.

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