Cleaners in Hadstock | Emailmum

Email Mum in Hadstock

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 Hadstock 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 Hadstock

The village of Hadstock lies on the north-west Essex and Cambridgeshire county border, around 4 miles from Saffron Walden market town. Comprised mostly of half-timbered houses nestled round the village green, the centre is overlooked by St Botolph’s church, an ancient building with the oldest church door still in use in Britain and its own charity, The Friends of St Botolph’s. There is a local legend attached to a small piece of what looked like leather found in the ancient door’s iron fittings in 1791, which was later whispered to have once been the skin of a sacrificed Viking, killed for sacking the church. Recent DNA testing, however, suggests it is rather the skin of a cow.

Hadstock also boasts The King’s Head public house, a recreation ground, village hall and a monthly magazine of parish, council and community news that testify to a vibrant village life. The disused airfield on the village outskirts played its part in the battles of World War II.