London Advisor network

Nappy Ever After, a not-for-profit social enterprise based in King’s Cross, Central London, is dedicated to promoting the use of real nappies and the associated reduction in waste to landfill. Nappy Ever After provides a cloth nappy laundry service to families in Camden, Islington and Hackney, and has a retail shop in King’s Cross which sells nappies and accessories for home washing. They offer weekly demonstrations at the shop on Tuesday afternoons, timed demos every second and fourth Saturdays of the month and at other times by appointment, to help you find the nappy that best suits you, your baby and your lifestyle.

Nappy Ever After has recently recruited and trained Real Nappy Advisors in 11 London Boroughs: Barnet, Enfield, Hammersmith & Fulham, Haringey, Hounslow, Lambeth, Newham, Southwark, Waltham Forest, Wandsworth and Westminster.

The Advisors are holding monthly Nappuccinos in their home and neighbouring boroughs, where they provide expert advice on real nappy use and stock a selection of the best real nappies on the market, all tried and tested by Nappy Ever After customers and the Advisors themselves. Parents and parents to be are invited to come along to see and try out the nappies and ask questions. Best selling nappies are available to purchase at discounts and you can even snap up a free Sophie the Giraffe on kit purchases!

Purchases at Nappy Ever After Nappuccinos are redeemable via Council incentive schemes and Real Nappy for London vouchers are accepted.

For information and to book into a Nappuccino near you in London, please go to our Nappuccino page.

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