Sabina will be at The Baby Show, ExCel, London on Saturday 20 February 2010, as guest speaker for two time slots on the Persil and Comfort Pure Stage with Prima Baby.
Sabina Iqbal, Chair/Founder of Deaf Parenting UK “Being Deaf mum of two young children under 3, Baby Show is a vital event to get all things you needs under one roof. It’s a fantastic opportunity to see what is on offer, meet other mum/ mums to be. Deaf Parenting UK is there to ensure all Deaf parents/parents to be to benefits fully from the Baby Shows, have full access to the stage shows, exhibitors and to buy their products needed for their babies.”
Leah Poole, Show Manager, The Baby Show “We’re pleased to be once again welcoming Deaf Parenting UK back to The Baby Show next year. It is our on-going aim to ensure the show caters to all parents or parents-to-be and by having the UK’s leading experts on the needs of deaf parents we are able to ensure that such parents are able to gain real inspiration and support from the show. We are particularly excited about having Sabina take to the main stage at our ExCeL show in February to share the wealth of her own extensive knowledge in this field with The Baby Show audience.”
About the Baby Shows:
Deaf Parenting UK will provide BSL interpreters at each day of the Baby Show at the London ExCel centre and the NEC, Birmingham and Earl’s Court Exhibition centre, London.
The ExCel Show will take place 19th—21st February 2010 in London’s Docklands and the Birmingham Show will take place 21st—23rd May 2010, and the Earl’s Court Show will take place 22nd—24th October 2010.
Deaf Parenting UK will provide BSL interpreters each day of the Shows from the Deaf Parenting UK stand, enabling Deaf parents to meet experts at the various other stands at the show. This is a fantastic opportunity for Deaf parents to ask questions and learn about baby stuff during their visit to the Baby Show.
To learn more and check out the programme, please visit: http://www.thebabyshow.co.uk/deaf-parenting-uk
The Baby Show really is a great value day. out for the whole family! Great offers are available (many cheaper than internet prices) on an array of products and all the baby essential: prams, cots, carriers and car seats,feeding equipment, baby clothes, nappies, maternity wear, nursery furniture and lots more. The Show is filled with major brands, luxury retailers and unique boutique companies not seen on the high street.
Fantastic Entertainment! It’s a great day out for the whole family. There are maternity and baby fashion shows for mums-to-be and the fantastic Tomy Play Area for the little ones. Check out www.thebabyshow.co.uk for the latest information and timetables.
What’s more, a visit to The Baby Show is hassle-free; the Pampers Changing Room with FREE nappies & wipes, Tommee Tippee Feeding Area with private breast-feeding & bottle warming facilities as well as FREE Heinz baby food and a FREE supervised crèche for baby free shopping*. Plus, there are wide aisles, plenty of seating and refreshment areas such as the Pregnacare Juice Bar.
If you’ve taken advantage of the great offers and stocked up on all your essentials Emma’s Diary is offering a FREE Shopping Drop-off & Collect by Car service to all visitors!
Save big by booking in advance. To book tickets visit www.thebabyshow.co.uk or call 0871 231 0844* and quote EX146.
For more information and to book tickets visit www.thebabyshow.co.uk
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