THE BABY SHOW is back in Manchester, and with over 200 leading brands, it promises to be a great day out.
Tickets are available now via thebabyshow.co.uk for £11, or two for £17.
There’ll be expert advice on offer, 3000 free car parking spaces, and free baby care facilities.
The show takes place at its new venue, EventCity, from 31 August – 2 September 2012, from 9.30am – 4.30pm each day.
The Baby Show offers parents and parents-to-be the chance to try, test, and buy the latest products on the market – as well as get advice to help them make the right choices for their families.
This year the show will play host to over 200 of the best baby and parenting brands including; Fisher-Price, Babies R Us, Mamas & Papas, Mothercare, Annabel Karmel, TotsBots, Oyster, and MAM.
Visitors will get the first chance to snap up the best buys, while Albelli will be showing visitors how easy it is to create the finest photo books you could wish for – ensuring memories last a lifetime.
The UK’s leading parenting experts will also be on hand to share their advice on subjects such as sleep, breastfeeding, and first aid.
Melanie Hall, show manager, said: “The Baby Show is completely unique; you can ask advice, talk to like-minded mums and see the very best baby brands all in the one place. Our aim remains for each and every parent to leave our show feeling happy, informed and confident in what they have chosen.”
New at The Baby Show this year
The Baby Show Stage – The Made for Mums stage is a new addition to Manchester. This fun-filled element of the show will see expert speakers provide first class advice. Plus, with the latest trends strutting down the catwalk, it’ll be fashion galore.
Annabel Karmel will be talking nutrition and meal-ideas for the whole family, the British Red Cross with be discussing essential first aid help, renowned sleep expert Jo Tantum will be on stage, the best-selling parenting author Commando Dad is there for all the dads, and two of the midwifes from the BAFTA Award winning Channel 4’s, One Born Every Minute, will be on hand to calm those fears about labour.
New speakers are being added every week, so check the show website for the latest details.
For grandparents – New and exclusive to Manchester comes the grandparent ticket – so the entire family can get up to speed with all the latest products and advice.
Albelli photo books – Whilst relaxing at the Central Café, visitors can capture lasting memories by creating a bespoke photo book, piece of wall décor, or calendar to take away with them.
Ante and Post-natal classes – For expectant mums, dads, and couples, the ante-natal classes run by the natal company can be booked in advance. The post-natal classes are open to all parents and include practical baby care and colic & calming workshops to help answer those new-parent queries.
Competitions – Win a great range of babygear products in ‘Win All this’ from Fisher-Price. There’s also the chance to win a Mylo pushchair, courtesy of Mamas & Papas, each day.
The Face of The Baby Show – Back by popular demand, the search for ‘The Face of The Baby Show’ will see proud parents pit their children to become the face of the advertising for the 2013 shows. Hosted by Bumpkins, each young entrant will receive a free high-quality print to take home.
Show Facilities – Include a free Fisher-Price Crèche, free shopping drop-off and collect by car services, the Albelli Central Café, free baby changing with nappies and wipes, plus a feeding area complete with free food from Plum.
Located next to The Trafford Centre, The Baby Show is the only place where expectant and new parents will be able to see this much baby and parenting expertise, offers, and entertainment, under one roof.
The Baby Show at Manchester EventCity takes place between 31 August and 2 September 2012. Tickets are available in advance for £11 or £17 for two from thebabyshow.co.uk
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