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Good au pair websites.

(4 Posts)
shootfromthehip Sat 08-Feb-14 15:24:42

I have just found out that my childcare is disappearing as of April. I live rurally and am now considering an au pair. I am floored by all the options out there. Can anyone recommend a good website to provide au pairs in Scotland (Central Perthshire)? TIA

FairyTrain Sat 08-Feb-14 18:25:50

Ive just used pheonix au pairs based in Aberdeen. I spent a l

FairyTrain Sat 08-Feb-14 18:30:59

Damn phone! I spent a long time on au pair world and any decent au pairs were snapped up by the time I was happy to offer the role....i spent hours searching. Finally signed up with Pheonix & they had perfect candidate...I now have a really good AP.

shootfromthehip Sat 08-Feb-14 19:04:08

Thanks so much Fairy- never had one before and it's all happened rather suddenly!!!

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