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Email Mum in Ashdon

April 7, 2019 Coverage 0


Welcome to the world of Email Mum. We specialise in professional, personalised housekeeping services tailor-made to your individual requirements, with key benefits and protection we believe you won’t find anywhere else. Email Mum is not an agency! We run a fully managed elite service with well trained, employed staff that, along with our comprehensive insurance cover, provides our customers with complete peace of mind. Our housekeepers benefit from full employee status, protected and respected, helping us to provide a regular, reliable service. We use Biotechnology cleaning products that are planet-conscious and people-friendly, as well as delivering high performance cleaning results every time.

So why not join our constantly growing number of satisfied clients in Ashdon enjoying exclusive, managed housekeeping services? We look forward to taking care of you and your home.

“Our aim is simple – to match the skills of people whom we trust and respect to clients who desire a first class service in their homes. We’ve built Email Mum around our personal core values of honesty, trust and fairness to all.” Wendy Woolfe


With our bespoke service, you’ll enjoy key benefits and protection, including:

  • A unique, tailor-made service designed by you to fit your needs
  • Your own exclusive housekeeper, providing a more personal and consistent service
  • Trained, hard-working and fully managed staff (no agencies)
  • Comprehensive insurance protection for both clients and staff, including rare negligent damage cover
  • Specialised biotechnology cleaning products, caring for you and the environment
  • No hidden costs, no management fees and no lengthy cancellation tie-ins

To find out more, or to request a home visit to discuss your requirements,
email us
Or call 01763 244475 today.

About Ashdon

Ashdon, the name meaning ‘hill of the ash trees’, has a history stretching back to ancient times. There are traces of a Roman village near its borders and Ashdon itself is a contender for the mysterious site of the Battle of Assandun in 1016, the outcome of which enabled Cnut to claim the throne of England, and has been argued over by historians for years!

Like many of the north-west Essex villages, Ashdon was an agricultural establishment for most of its life. Bragg’s windmill, built in 1757 by a village carpenter named William Haylock, still sits on the hill and is currently undergoing restoration. The church, All Saint’s, dates from the 13th Century. The village also has a Baptist church, founded in 1809, as well as Marpa House, a Buddhist retreat established here in 1973.

Ashdon has suffered in recent years from flooding of the River Bourn, where its boundaries lie, around 6 miles north-east of Saffron Walden. Despite this, village population remains high, at approximately 792 at the beginning of the new century, and community spirit is evident in its two village cricket teams, football and bowls teams.