MOTHERS can now find a little bit of help at home after a Long Crendon buisness woman set up a company to provide short-term household help.
While many mums would love to have a nanny, housekeeper, cleaner and personal assistant, the reality is that most people cannot afford such luxuries, but with Mummy’s Maid that much needed extra pair of hands is possible.
A fully-vetted individual, often a mum returning to work, goes into a client’s home and will take care of cleaning, laundry, general household chores and running errands. They also offer a child care service that can be used when a trusted sitter is needed but no one is around to help out.
Founder Kez Luckett (pictured) said: “In this tough economic climate not everyone can afford on going domestic help, but all too often mums simply can’t do it all. I set up Mummy’s Maid so everyday people can have access to an affordable, flexible service as and when they need it.
“We work on a minimum of two hours per session rather than a lengthy, binding contract.”
“All our girls go through a rigorous vetting process, with face-to-face interviews, reference checks and an enhanced CRB disclosure. Most of them are mums themselves and understand the daily juggling act that is motherhood.
They simply step in and do whatever needs to be done, even if that’s a cup of tea and chat.”
In 2012, Mummy’s Maids will be launching a homemade frozen food service where meals are delivered directly to the customer’s door.
For more visit www.mummysmaid.co.uk MOTHERS can now find a little bit of help at home after a Long Crendon buisness woman set up a company to provide short-term household help.