03:00PM, Wednesday 09 November 2016
A husband and wife cleaning team are giving away one year's free cleaning this Christmas.
Husband and Wife Cleaning Ltd, based in Ellington Park, is a family run business set up in 2009 by Laimis Adomaitis, 38 and his wife Erika, 35, shortly after moving to the UK from Lithuania.
After several successful years, the couple offered to clean Elizabeth House, a day centre in Cookham, for free.
Laimis said: "We just wanted to give something back to the community that had helped make our business a success."
Miriam Blazey, manager at Elizabeth House, said: "They're very good. I'd highly recommend them."
Earlier this year, their generosity extended to the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS), on Gardner Road.
CEO of NRAS, Ailsa Bosworth MBE, said: “When we were looking for new cleaners for our charity’s office, Laimis kindly offered to clean them for free.
"This was incredibly generous. We're very grateful.”
Laimis added: "It's important to think about others, especially at this time of year."
Organisations can email Laimis on firstname.lastname@example.org with some details about what they do, and a winner will be chosen at random just before Christmas.
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