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Nanny Services in Aylesbury
Here at Nannies Matter, we provide high quality nanny services to parents and guardians living in the Aylesbury area. With 15 years of experience, we offer bespoke consultation with excellent staff.
If you are looking for a live-in or live-out nanny or a nanny housekeeper, contact Nannies Matter today on 0800 121 4881 or fill out our online contact form and we will be in touch.
Our team of highly professional nannies are available to travel to your location in areas across Aylesbury and wider Buckinghamshire.
We currently have childcare clients in local areas including:
- Buckingham Park
- Elm Farm
- Fairford Leys
- Haydon Hill
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We offer a wide range of childcare and housekeeping services in Aylesbury Parish, the Vale and the wider region of Buckinghamshire.
These services cover:
To speak to Nannies Matter about your childcare needs, call our friendly team today on 0800 121 4881 or fill out our online contact form and we will get back to you.
Take a look below to read a selection of case studies from our clients in and around Aylesbury:
Travelling abroad with work
Both Mr and Mrs Hill travel to the continent for business trips a few days a week, leaving three boys aged 5, 8 and 11 along with a Labrador dog needing to be looked after. Nannies Matter was recommended by a work colleague and the Hills first contacted us in July when they moved into the area.
Mrs Hill was off work for a few months in the summer and wanted a live-in nanny in place when she started her new job in Brussels in September. Jacqueline from Nannies Matter joined the family in August to allow her to settle in to the family routine prior to Mrs Hill starting her new position abroad.
Mrs Hill says:
“It was such a relief in the middle of house moving and changing jobs to have Nannies Matter working alongside me and they knew exactly what I needed and the importance of my timeframes to have someone in place.”
Returning to work after my second child
Having made the decision to return to employment four days a week following the birth of Ms Meakin’s second child, nursery was not the environment for her baby, so she contacted us to recruit a live-out nanny to work between 8am and 6pm Monday to Thursday. The house was in a small village in a rural location so a car driver was essential, along with having the experience of looking after more than one very young child.
This role involved full childcare, which included following both baby’s and toddler’s routines and also general care of their bedrooms as well as the children’s laundry.
Ms Meakin says:
“Having made the hard decision to return to work, I knew exactly what I needed from my childcare and being able to work with one person who understood all my concerns was such a relief.”
After school cover
Mr and Mrs Clockhouse have two children, aged 5 and 3, who needed looking after for the three hours when school ended and before they had finished work. Having exhausted the goodwill from other parents and friends, we decided to outsource the search to an agency.
Nannies Matter visited us one evening and by end of the school holidays we had recruited Zoe after being given a good choice of relevant candidates.
Mrs Clockhouse says:
"Zoe has been with us nine months now and it is great to come home to to a tidy house and happy tired children."