How Twickenham, the home of English rugby was given a clean sweep
When the name Twickenham is uttered the first thought that runs through your mind is Rugby. You don’t have to be a fan of the energetic and physical game to realise that there is a stadium located in Twickenham. To a few wondering and maybe second guessing where Twickenham is located, before you reach out for your smartphones to run a search we will save you the time. Twickenham is a town located in the south-west of London, on the River Thames in the London borough of Richmond. No need to bore you with more details about the location and history of the town.
When you type the word Twickenham on Google or other search engines, you will find more results related to the stadium than anything else. This shows how significant the stadium is within the town. Whilst researching through the web, looking for more details about this stadium, it becomes clear that its significance transcends the town of Twickenham. The official website of the Rugby World cup reveals this caption: “Twickenham is etched into Rugby’s DNA.” The stadium is viewed as the biggest dedicated rugby ground with a capacity of about 81, 605. In 134 days, this stadium will host the 2015 Rugby world cup.
Twickenham stadium is very important to the town of Twickenham, the UK and the world of Rugby. A little more statistics about this stadium indicates that it hosted its first game in 1909 between Harlequins and Richmond. The home of English Rugby has hosted the world cup in 1991 and 1999.
Let’s take a slight shift from Twickenham as the icon of English Rugby to how it was given a clean sweep by Hydro Cleansing Ltd. The Mega-Sweep road sweepers, which are fully equipped with reversing cameras, sound alarm and sensors were utilised to clean Twickenham stadium during the Rugby European championship game between Toulon and Clermont. The Mega Sweep is designed to ensure that the driver’s awareness is maintained at all times. We understand that tourists, rugby fans and local residents walk past this stadium in complete admiration. In this regard, our Mega Sweep, carefully swept from Rugby road, ensuring the safety of local residents and passers-by was maintained. Cleaning all debris around the stadium and ensuring that this landmark of Rugby is kept clean and safe.
Our sweepers are designed for urban back streets, race tracks, car parks and stadiums like that of Twickenham. You can contact us on 0208 689 3339 for a clean sweep.