The 2012 Scottish Baby & Toddler Show is almost here! From April 27-29, the SECC will once again open its doors to the ultimate parenting playground. And this year aims to be bigger and better than ever.
And The Galloway Gazette has teamed up with the Scottish Baby & Toddler Show to offer 10 lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the 2012 show.
Expectant parents and those expanding their families will be invited with open arms to attend this not to be missed event, where parents will have the opportunity to speak with experts and browse the most cutting-edge baby and toddler products.
Upon arrival, there will be a host of exhibitors ready to show parents the latest in baby accessories and handy gadgets, with a range of exclusive offers and discounts over the weekend.
Guests can look forward to demonstrations and advice from the likes of Stokke, Mothercare, and aptly named companies such as Dinkyland, Hop n Squeak, Tots Bots and Tickle Giggle, to name but a few who will be exhibiting over the weekend.
Award-winning children’s food nutritionist Annabel Karmel will welcome visitors to Scotland’s biggest baby and toddler event, where parents can pick up essential parenting advice and crucial hints and tips to guide them through those special first few years.
Tickets to the Scottish Baby & Toddler Show are now available from £6* per person. Tickets on the door cost £10/£38 group of four.
For more details, visit www.thescottishbabyandtoddlershow.com or call 0844 395 4000.
Follow the Scottish Baby & Toddler Show on Facebook: facebook.com/thescottishbabyshow and Twitter: @Babyshowsecc for all the latest news.
* Advance tickets available until April 25 and subject to booking fee. All tickets include brochure RRP £2.
For the chance to win, simply answer this question: what colour is traditionally associated with the birth of a baby girl?
Send your answer to Baby Show Competition, Galloway Gazette, 71 Victoria Street, Newton Stewart, DG8 6NL, or email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org, putting Baby Show in the subject line.