The UK’s leading water cooler service provider Angel Springs recently joined Angel’s rising star Frank Wrathall and the rest of the Dynojet racing team at the British Touring Car Championship media day at the Silverstone racing circuit Northamptonshire.
Angel Springs have recently negotiated through an extensive tender process a 5 year agreement with Allied Healthcare Group for the supply of both bottled and mains fed water coolers.
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Angel Springs, the UK’s leading water cooler service provider, is pleased to announce the relocation of its South Coast distribution centre to a new, dedicated, facility in Poole, Dorset.
Angel Springs would like to inform you of the new pages available on the website. The new pages include the relevant information about the organisations we sponsor, the BWCA (British Water Cooler Association) and our involvement, and finally a CSR page (Corporate Social Responsibility) about the work we do with local charities and associations within the surrounding areas.
To support Comic Relief this year Angel Springs are raising money in a number of different but interesting ways. Kae Bloor and Keith Hughes from our Wolverhampton office have put themselves forward to have their legs waxed.
Angel Springs, the UK’s leading water cooler service provider, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Aquae Sulis Water Coolers.
While a bottled water cooler can be just as effective as a mains fed water cooler, there are several benefits to a mains fed water cooler that may help you decide which is most suitable for you.
Hydrating your staff can mean they feel motivated, alert and energetic. It will not only benefit them, but also your business and the quality of the work produced. The effects of not drinking enough water can leave you lethargic, which isn’t a good prospect for any member of your team.
Angel Springs have shown there support to Children in Need this year by donating 10 19ltr bottles of water to the BBC for the UK’s first ever 24 hour panel people show.