Hall of Fame
Overall Loo of the Year Awards Trophy Winners 1987 - 2022 'Hall of Fame'
The highest accolade in Loo of the Year Awards, the Overall Loo of the Year Awards Trophy is the Toilet Oscar.
The Trophy is awarded to the provider of one or more entries who in the opinion of the judges deserves to receive the top Loo of the Year Award. The winner is presented with the Prestigious Golden Loo Seat Trophy which is the ultimate achievement for a loo provider.
There have been Overall Trophy Winners from nine of the fifteen Market Sectors covered by the sixty Entry Categories.
All entrants, from all categories and from single to multiple nationwide entries have an equal chance to win the Overall Loo of the Year Awards Trophy as demonstrated below:
|2022||Mitie||Cleaning and FM|
|2020||Wychavon District Council||Local Authority|
|2017||ABM||Cleaning & FM|
||Cleaning & FM|
|2014||Danfo UK||Local Authority|
|2013||Brighton & Hove City Council||Local Authority|
|2012||Staffordshire County Council||Local Authority|
|2011||Ceredigion County Council||Local Authority|
|2007||The Trafford Centre, Manchester||Retail|
|2006||The Camping and Caravaning Club||Holiday Parks|
|2004||The Highland Council, Scotland||Local Authority|
|2003||The Eden Project, Bodelva, Cornwall||Leisure|
|2002||East Lothian Council, Scotland||Local Authority|
|2000||The Oracle Shopping Centre, Reading||Retail|
|1999||The National Trust, Gibside Estate, Tyne & Wear||Heritage|
|1997||The Manor Hotel, St. Albans||Hospitality|
|1996||Portsmouth Historic Dockyard||Heritage|
|1995||City of Westminster Council||Local Authority|
|1994||Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon||Heritage|
|1992||Welcome Break Services, M3, Farnborough||Transport|
|1991||Grampian Road, Aviemore, Scotland||Local Authority|
|1990||Eagle and Child, Gwaenysgor, N.Wales||Hospitality|
|1989||Children's World Stores||Retail|
|1988||The Lido, Worthing||Local Authority|
|1987||Hatton Gardens Hotel, Upton St Leonards||Hospitality|