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Typical Hourly Rate: £12.95

Would you like an honest, reliable & AFFORDABLE police-checked* domestic cleaner to clean & care for your home? Fakeham, Dereham, Holt, Wroxham, Cromer, Great Yarmouth and areas in between

Time For You Norfolk

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Catherine Stell

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01362 609 205
Great Yarmouth
01493 681 030

About Time For You

Would you like an honest, reliable and affordable, police checked* domestic cleaner? 

Just imagine what it would feel like to have the same cleaner coming in every week or fortnight…

Doing the dusting, vacuuming, polishing, mopping, ironing, bed making etc so you don’t have to and you can just enjoy living in your comfortable home without the worry of keeping it clean!

All our cleaners are carefully interviewed in their own home and selected personally additionally every clean is insured up to £2 million.  We are justifiably proud of our customer service and you will have a dedicated account manager as your point of contact.

Life’s too short to spend it doing housework!

Free up your precious time by simply calling Time For You on 01362 609 205 and find out how easy it is to enjoy peace of mind and a clean house! 

a reputable and well established company

we cover a large area of Norfolk

(postcodes NR11-NR12, NR19-NR31).

we have a lot to offer and we treat every client, and every cleaner, as we would like to be treated ourselves.

Please note:  Time For You Norfolk specialise in regular cleans of private domestic homes and do not currently offer a cleaning service to holiday lets or business properties.

*Police checked cleaners available upon request

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Areas covered

Aylsham, Coltishall, Cromer, Dereham, Fakenham, Great Yarmouth, Hemsby, Holt, Horning, Martham, Melton Constable, Mundesley, Norfolk, North Walsham, Northrepps, Sheringham...

NR11, NR12, NR19, NR20, NR21, NR22, NR23, NR24, NR25, NR26, NR27, NR28, NR29, NR30, NR31

Aylsham, Coltishall, Cromer, Dereham, Fakenham, Great Yarmouth, Hemsby, Holt, Horning, Martham, Melton Constable, Mundesley, Norfolk, North Walsham, Northrepps, Sheringham, Stalham, Walshingham, Wells-Next-The-Sea, Wroxham

NR11, NR12, NR19, NR20, NR21, NR22, NR23, NR24, NR25, NR26, NR27, NR28, NR29, NR30, NR31

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Our Philosophy

We believe life is too short to spend it cleaning

Interesting Facts About Norfolk

Everyone who lives in Norfolk already know how special it is with superb coastline, unique landscapes, stunning countryside, great history and interesting architecture but here are some more details that you may not have been aware of.

The wonderful beaches at Wells-next-the Sea, Blakeney, Sheringham, West Runton, Cromer, Mundesley, Happisburgh and Great Yarmouth, to name just a few, are Britain’s best kept secret with miles of golden sand.

The world’s longest chalk reef, over 20 miles long, is located at Sheringham and Cromer.  It is more than 100,000 million years old, created when dinosaurs roamed the earth! It provides fertile feeding grounds for crabs and lobsters, which is why Cromer crabs are so famous for being tasty.

The largest seal colony in England can be found at Blakeney, this colony is made up of both Common and Grey seals, with the birth of approximately 2,500 pups in recent winters. They are nurtured by their mums for three weeks before heading into the sea for the first time.

Cromer is home to the world’s last end-of-pier theatre, which hosts enduringly popular concerts throughout the year, as well as the famous summer and Christmas variety shows.

The largest most complete mammoth skeleton in the world was uncovered in the cliffs at West Runton beach.

In Happisburgh, a 550,000-year-old flint axe and the foot prints of the first people ever to come to Britain across the land bridge from Europe were found, the earliest evidence of man found outside Africa!

Many people think of The Broads whenever Norfolk is mentioned.  But what they probably don’t know is that they are man-made! This was discovered in the 1950’s when it was realised that the banks of the Broads were straight, unlike ordinary lakes. Further investigations revealed that The Broads were a result of medieval peat digging.  This created over 125 miles of navigable waterways (more than Venice or Amsterdam), and is home to more than a quarter of the rarest wildlife in the UK.

North Norfolk is one of the few places in the UK where you can see the northern lights, or aurora borealis. Kelling Heath and Wiveton Downs, both have Dark Sky Discovery Status, which means the area is unaffected by light pollution and it is possible to see the northern lights or aurora borealis from there. They also both have the highest accolade of being designated ‘Two Star’ sites - where the seven stars of the Orion constellation and the Milky Way are visible to the naked eye.

Horatio Nelson was born in Burnham Thorpe. Nelson went on to become the greatest naval commander this country has ever seen.

Anne Boleyn, famous for being one of King Henry VIII’s wives and coming to an unfortunate end, was born at Blickling in 1501 or 1507.  Blicking Hall and Felbrigg Hall are two wonderful National Trust properties that are open to the public and worth a visit.

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Vetted Cleaners

Affordable Prices

Own Account Manager

Why use us?

  • Vetted cleaners by Time For You Norfolk
  • Affordable prices at typically £12.95 per hour
  • Own account manager(s) Catherine Stell
  • Identity checked cleaners
  • Same cleaner each week

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