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We have been running our holistic housekeeping business since 2008 and prior to this we both worked in social care for over 20 years.

We work very well as a team and believe our experience and caring nature, as well as our enthusiasm and motivation will prove to be a great asset and you will find us to be completely trustworthy - our work sometimes calls for great discretion and sensitivity where matters of privacy are concerned and we absolutely respect and understand the importance of confidentiality. We are hard-working, reliable, always cheerful and full of fun.

Our aim is to leave our clients feeling happy and experiencing a great sense of increase. We can help you to create space, to bring a positive flow of energy into your home and transform your life. 

We always endeavour to build excellent relationships with all our clients, many of whom have been with us since we began and we have gone on to forge lasting friendships.

Here are the services we offer:

Housekeeping – Regular household cleaning, spring cleans, decluttering, re-organising, clearing, house move assistance (packing and unpacking), caretaking, key-holding and security.

Home Care – Personal care, live-in respite care, companionship, dog walking, support with shopping (online or local) and vegan meal preparation. We have particular experience in Dementia and Parkinson ’s Disease care.

Pet and House Sitting – We provide a full package caring for pets and houses. Our experience includes: cats, many breeds of dog, donkeys, goats, chickens, fish (tropical and fresh water), small pets (rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and rats). Our house sitting duties include security, collecting mail, dealing with any problems while owners are away and we always clean the house to a very high standard at the end of our stay.

Garden Maintenance – Mowing, strimming, hedge clipping, bed preparation, weeding, watering and growing vegetables.


Our business email if you would like to discuss our services further is:

We are fully insured and can provide excellent references.

Look forward to hearing from you. 

Best wishes, 

Kay and Simon



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