real nappies

real nappies

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Brit resuable cloth nappies
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Real nappies offer a much cheaper and environmentally-friendly alternative so I would encourage parents to give them a try.
Eileen Robinson, Household Waste Reduction Officer at Oxfordshire County Council comments “Christine helped us set up the Oxfordshire Real Nappies trial pack scheme in 2009, and her expertise and enthusiasm have been invaluable.
In Huyton, mums have been invited to 'nappycinos' - coffee morning events being held at local children's centres aimed at promoting the benefits of using real nappies instead of the disposable type.
And don't forget about the environment and consider using real nappies.
PARENTS are being offered cheaper real nappies in a bid to reduce waste in the Warwick district.
A COUNCIL'S waste strategy team are urging mums and dads to use real nappies.
Claire, who is married to Derek 38, and mum to William, three, and one-year-old Alice, now runs her own business, Tees Real Nappies, selling and educating mums in the positive benefits of switching to cloth.
Advisers will also be available to offer advice on the Warm Homes Campaign, how to reduce fuel bills over the winter months and the benefits of using real nappies.
The picnic, at the Walsall Arboretum extension, will urge parents and parentsto-be to consider using real nappies and explore the benefits of breastfeeding.
We are trying to raise awareness of real nappies in the area.
Members of the Bradford Real Nappy Project will be on hand with information with displays of real nappies.