Dudley cleaning company offers free service for flooding victims

By James Driver-Fisher | Dudley | News | Published:

A kind-hearted man who runs two businesses is offering a free cleaning service to those affected by the flooding.

Matthew Cook, who runs Black Country Cleaners, is offering free help to those affected by floods around the Bewdley area

Matthew Cook, from Dudley, said after seeing what happened to his friend first hand he wanted to help.

Mr Cook runs Black Country Cleaners and MJ Home Maintenance from his base in Marmion Grove.

The 25-year-old has run the maintenance firm since 2017 but only launched the cleaning service a few weeks ago.

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He said: "We are offering a free cleaning service to anyone affected by the flooding as far as the Bewdley area.

"I have got two friends who live there and have been hit by the floods.

Flooding along the River Severn in Bewdley. Photo:


"They could also get worse too as the river levels continue to rise, so I wanted to get this information out there as quickly as possible.

"As I run a company that cleans houses I thought, 'Why can't I offer this service for free to those who really need it?'.

"Some people have shared the information on social media but I want more people to know about it."

Anyone from the Bewdley area or in the Black Country who has been affected by the recent floods can call Mr Cook on 07769 550256.

James Driver-Fisher

By James Driver-Fisher

Motorsport journalist and entertainment and food reviewer for the Express & Star and Shropshire Star.

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