All systems go for Baby Fair

Keep up to date with all that will be happening on www.facebook.com/StonehavenBabyFair

Keep up to date with all that will be happening on www.facebook.com/StonehavenBabyFair

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Stonehaven Baby Fair is set to be buzzing with bumps and babes on Saturday May 30, when the doors open for the fifth annual event.

Organiser Nicole Hepburn is expecting a bumper event with over 25 stalls, the popular Mearns Leader Bonny Baby competition and a fundraising raffle.

This popular event provides a one-stop shop for local mums, dads, mums-to-be, grandparents and guardians to find out what is happening in their area. Organised by mums for mums it is a unique event that platforms what’s available for mums and young families in the area.

There will be baby massage, reflexology; information on signing and singing classes. There will be local business who provide unique products and services including handmade clothing, quilting and a babywearing and cloth nappy service. Many of the exhibitors are online retailers, and Stonehaven Baby Fair providing them a shop window for their goods.

Each business will be donating a prize towards the raffle that will this year help raise money for the Archie Foundation. The popular goofy bags are back again this year, supported by Mothercare, we will be asking for a small donation for Archie for each goody bag. Local breastfeeding groups will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have and local playgroup will be providing a small play area in the upper hall.

This year Stonehaven Baby Fair have teamed up with the Mearns Leader once more for the Bonny Baby Competition.

Free photo session will be available from 10am-2pm during the baby fair. To book your slot contact photographer Ian Shewan on 07840 299611/01569 767769 or email ian@ianshewan.com. The photographs will be published in the Mearns Leader following the event with the chance to win a framed photograph. Children should be between the age of birth - no older than three, and live in the Mearns Leader circulation area.