By Chris Willmott 15/05 Updated: 15/05 12:48
THE BABY Show is back - and offering a shopping haven for new parents and parents-to-be at the NEC Birmingham this weekend (May 18 to 20).
Forget the hassle of the high street, The Baby Show takes out the stress and confusion of shopping for your baby by offering the UK’s biggest baby brands all under one roof, so you can compare and try products before you buy!
The UK’s leading parenting experts will also be on hand to offer advice on sleep, breastfeeding and first aid. Don’t miss this brilliant day out! For more information visit www.thebabyshow.co.uk.
tommee tippee® – the UK’s Number One baby essentials feeding brand (source: IRI data Dec 2011) will be at The Baby Show (stand D40) and will be providing all the very best advice and facilities such as a private breastfeeding area to make your day as easy as possible.
The Solihull Observer is offering two luck y readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the show and a baby essentials set from tommee tippee, worth £396 at RRP. The set includes:
1) closer to nature® Digital Video Monitor with Movement Sensor Pad (£199.99)
2) closer to nature Complete Starter Kit (£99.99),
3) closer to nature Digital Ear Thermometer (£34.99),
4) closer to nature Healthcare Kit £15.49.
5) closer to nature Single Bottle Travel Steriliser £10.49
6) explora® weaning kit £12.99
7) explora first sips £3.99, cup £3.99 and beaker £3.99
8) explora roll & go™ bib £4.99
9) Sangenic® wrap & go™ dispenser & refill £4.99
To win this fantastic prize, simply tell us the name of the leading baby company giving away this fantastic prize.
Entries, with your name, address, daytime telephone number and e-mail address can be sent either by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or on a postcard to: Baby Show Competition, Solihull Observer, 45 The Parade, Leamington Spa, CV32 4BL.
The deadline for entries is lunchtime on Friday (May 17).
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