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Fred offers support for parents this Child Safety Week

The safety experts at Fred continue to offer tips, advice and products to parents during Child Safety Week (7-13 June).

Fred provides essential tools to keep homes safe by offering simple and straightforward solutions to offer parents peace of mind. The product range, which is available from Cheeky Rascals, includes easy to use safety locks and stair gates which exceed safety standards.

This Child Safety Week, the Fred and Cheeky Rascals team are encouraging families to familiarise themselves with the risks within their homes, and take precaution where necessary.

Founder of Cheeky Rascals, Selina Russell, commented: “We’re so pleased to be able to offer key safety products from Fred that are guaranteed to make a family home safer and toddler friendly. Simple changes that families can incorporate into kitchens, storage cabinets and a number of other areas around the home can make all the difference to keep little ones out of harm’s way.

“Child safety is so important to us – we are so proud to be able to provide parents with simple solutions to potentially dangerous situations.’

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