Domestic Cleaner, Ironing & Housekeeping Services - Sevenoaks and Surrounding Areas

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Looking for Cleaners in Sevenoaks? Time For You Provides Friendly and Affordable Housekeeping Services.

Are you looking for a honest, reliable and affordable police checked* cleaner in the Tunbridge Wells area?


(* First clean cost is deducted from on-going account management fee when you sign up for a weekly clean for an initial 3 month period.  Not available on fortnightly cleans)

Hello and Welcome to Time For You from Caroline Kirby and the team, providing you with the very highest standards of home cleaner services from the largest domestic cleaner company in the UK with over 12,000 home cleans every week.

Time For You Domestic Cleaner Services are dedicated to providing an efficient and affordable cleaning service every time.

We ensure that our clients have peace of mind in the knowledge that their homes are in safe hands during our home cleaning service, allowing them more time to do the things they enjoy!

You buy the right amount of time to do the tasks you want completed, whether this is general cleaning, ironing, laundry, changing bed linen, empty bins, cleaning silver & brass, cleaning inside fridge or microwaves, putting a wash on, the choice is yours!


The typical hourly rate is £11.95 for our weekly home cleaning and ironing service, carried out with the same friendly, local, reliable and fully vetted housekeeper.


Domestic Weekly Home Cleaning
Ironing Service
Spring Cleans
End Of Tenancy Cleans (POA)
One Off Cleans (POA)

We have an extensive database of vetted house cleaners, who have been reference and police checked prior to their introduction to you.

So with Time For You you will always receive a reliable, trustworthy and efficient domestic cleaner dedicated to your home cleaning – with EVERY clean insured.



  • We are Professional
  • We Have a Substantial Bank of Cleaners
  • Low Prices
  • Large Enough to Cope but Small Enough to CARE
  • Part of a National Franchise, Cleaning 12,000 Homes in the UK Every Week
  • Every Clean Insured
  • All Cleaners Personally Visited in Their Homes and Reference and Police Checked
  • And Me, Caroline, Who Is Completely Dedicated To You

Areas Covered

Paxtol , Sevenoaks, Shipbourne, Stansted

Postcodes Covered

TN13, TN14, TN15

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With its mixture of unique Kentish architecture, housing a selection of interesting speciality shops, it has become an increasingly popular venue for visitors.

At an elevation of about 180m above sea level, Sevenoaks is an island rising from the surrounding green countryside. Looking northwards from The Vine Cricket Ground, the North Downs dominate the horizon. The descent along Riverhill at the south of the town offers a broad view across miles of fields and woodland comprising the Weald of Kent.

It is believed that the original seven oaks from which the town derived its name stood near the church on the southern side of the town. Indeed, the motto for Sevenoaks is “Floreant Septum Quercus” (May the Seven Oaks Flourish). In 1902 seven oaks were planted on the Vine Cricket Ground to commemorate the coronation of King Edward VII. It was these trees that made world headlines in 1987 when six of them were blown down during the great storm of October 16th. Consequently seven young replacement trees were planted alongside the remaining oak where the others once stood, which accounts for there now being eight oaks.

There are few records of Sevenoaks prior to the 13th century, and it is the neighbouring village of Otford, rather than Sevenoaks, that is mentioned in the Domesday Book. It was in Otford that one of Archbishop Lanfranc’s manors was built. The importance of Sevenoaks grew from the merging of the two main roads from London and Dartford into one main route heading south through the Weald to the coast. It was therefore a suitable venue for a market and this was probably established some time in the mid 13th century, and Sevenoaks has remained a market town to this day. In 1450, the rebellion against Henry VI, led by Jack Cade, defeated the troops sent against him by the King. There is a plaque to commemorate this at the junction of Tonbridge Road and Solefields Road.

In 1456 the then Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Bourchier, purchased the 1000 acre estate of Knole, and built the great house which lies to the eastern side of the town. This was later appropriated by Henry VIII and then passed on to Queen Elizabeth I who gave it to her cousin, Thomas Sackville. Sevenoaks was not directly involved in the Wyatt rebellion in 1554, although there was some support for it from local people. During the Civil War, Lord Sackville, the then owner of Knole, was arrested and the house searched but the nearest battle took place at Tonbridge where the Royalists were defeated.


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