haus maids form partnership with The Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice

haus maids form partnership with The Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice

haus maids approached the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice in Farnham to discuss working in partnership with them to enable the hospice to offer patients and their relatives the opportunity to receive a free cleaning service for their homes.

Director of haus maids Kyley Knight comments:

“A few years ago a close family member was cared for at the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice, and after experiencing the amazing work they did first hand I have always wanted to get involved, the hospice offers such fantastic care and for us to be able to help out by offering patients and their relatives the opportunity to keep on top of their house work during a difficult time is fantastic”.

haus Maids cleaning teams will look to fulfil as many requests for their service as possible. “We have only just started this partnership, already we can see the free service we offer is greatly appreciated by the patients and their relatives, we felt it was important to offer the services to relatives as well as patients, relatives often do not have time, or find it difficult to keep on top of the housework during a difficult time, it's a great way for us to give back to our local community”.

haus maids with offices in Farnham, Winchester, Alton, Guildford and Godalming, currently works with over 200 local customers, they offer weekly, fortnightly, monthly or one off spring cleans via their uniformed teams who work in pairs, are fully background checked and are fully insured.

farnham cricket club

haus maids form partnership with Farnham Cricket Club

haus maids are delighted to announce our new partnership with Farnham Cricket Club, we are delighted to have signed a sponsorship deal to run for the next three season, which will see haus maids sponsor all senior and junior teams.

Farnham Cricket Club is one of the oldest and most historic clubs in England. Founded in 1782, the club was distinguished by being one of the very first fixtures for the famous Hambledon side back in the 18th century. Since those heady days Farnham has survived to remain one of the best-known clubs in Surrey and boasts two former England players – Graham Thorpe and the superbly named Julius Caesar.

The club currently runs 3 Saturday men’s sides alongside having a thriving colts section. The 1st, 2nd and Academy (3rd) XI all play cricket in the Ryman Surrey Championship. Farnham Cricket Club is a competitive, yet friendly family club which is a fantastic match for the haus maids approach to business.

We are delighted to have the opportunity to sponsor the club and look forward to supporting them over the coming seasons.