Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is hoping for hundreds of visitors to the second Swindon Baby Fair at Steam Museum on Thursday 13 and Friday 14 May after the resounding success of the first event last Autumn.
This year the fair is being held in the newly refurbished Great Western Hall which will provide easier access, more space for buggies and for a larger number of different stalls.
Information will be available on nappies, first aid, breast feeding, baby massage, energy advice and a range of family focussed activities.
There will be workshops and talks on both days supported by a café and a crèche run by Buffer Bear Nursery.
Swindon Baby Fair 2010 aims to provide parents with the opportunity to make informed choices about what’s right for them, their child, lifestyle and the environment.
The first 250 people through the doors will receive free entry to the exhibitions in STEAM Museum.
For more information call Emma Curtis at the WWT on 01380 725670 or mail email@example.com