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Goddess Organising was born in 2018 out of the sheer joy and passion Chloe has for everything that can be organised. She believes that everything should have a 'Home' and to only hold on to the things that are truly loved, useful and needed in our lives.


After starting a small local cleaning business, it soon became clear that this obsession and ability to declutter and reorganise was something the public were quickly responding to and soon became what it is today.


Although Goddess is relatively young, in comparison to more established and larger professional organising companies, it has the potential and commitment to bring as many houses as possible the domestic calm they deserve.

Chloe has had several online publications write about how she is the 'super tidier who helps hoarders with their homes'. Chloe featured in The Sun, The Mirror, The Dailymail, and The Metro all describing how this service is an 'emergency service' 'not a luxury'. 

Please click the link below to see the before and after photos of how Goddess organising could potentially change your life for the better.


With Goddess,  you receive a professional organising service.  With personal care, sensitive support and the dedication to help you through, what can sometimes be,  a difficult process.  With Chloe's attention to detail and with your well being in mind, she will work alongside you in creating the vision you have for your home.


Goddess believes, when possible, that pre-loved items should be paid forward to local charities, local small businesses, Freecycle communities those in need and only after these options are exhausted do items go to landfill.

Over the years , I have worked closely with a fantastic couple based in Frome who relocate items to where they are most needed. Whether that be the charity Homestart, YMCA, Salvation Army or The Red Cross. They decide which items each charity needs the most, for example, Crockery and home items to Home start, clothes and shoes to The Red cross for refugees and toys and books to local schools.  They have also raised thousands of pounds by selling pre -loved items on Ebay and at Carboot sales and then donating the money to help those in desperate need.


I am very proud to know that the over whelming genorosity of my clients is making so many desperate lives better. 



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