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Event: Brand New Baby and Toddler Show coming to St Neot’s.

31 March 2012 No Comment

Aloha Events are pleased to announce that on the 21st April 2012 at the Priory Centre, St Neot’s, Cambridgeshire, they will be holding the first Baby and Toddler Show, featuring local independent businesses along with some of the larger brands for an exciting, information packed and interactive event.

The Baby and Toddler Show will be showcasing everything you may need to know from pregnancy and birth right through to the toddler stage. There will be something for everyone with exhibitors providing information, services, classes, day care and even a spot of retail therapy.

Not only is this event providing everything you will need from conception through to the toddler years, it is also showcasing and supporting local independent traders who provide a fantastic range of products and services meaning all items are likely to be unique and in the majority of cases made with love and tender care!

There will also be lots of activities you can interact your little ones in including immortalising their hand or foot print at the Crafty Monkey stand, have a portrait sitting with Aloha Photography or have your little ones finger, hand or foot print turned into a beautiful piece of jewellery at the Smallprint stand. Other exhibitors include Waterbabies, The Cake Lady, Birth Sense, Mia Tui, Tumble Tots and many more. To see the full list of exhibitors please visit the site.

Anna Brim of Aloha Events and Aloha Photography says, “I am really looking forward to what is going to be a fabulous event. It will be great to support local independent traders and bring some fantastic products and information to families in the St Neot’s area.”

The Baby and Toddler Show is being held at the Priory Centre, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 2BH on 21st April 2012 from 10am till 3pm. For more information or to book a stand please contact Anna at info@alohaevents.co.uk or visit www.alohaevents.co.uk.

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