The Baby Show highlights top new products to launch at next week’s event

The Baby Show with Lidl GB is heading to ExCeL London from Friday 1 to Sunday 3 March, 2024.

The show will have a wide range of the latest pregnancy and parenting products on sale – ensuring visitors get the first look at the latest must-have gadgets on the market.

Mallory Reynolds-Trout, show manager at The Baby Show, has listed her top new products which will be available to buy at exceptional rates at the show.

  • MAM Move Wearable Breast Pump
  • Seraphine Caripod
  • iCandy MiChair
  • Tommee Tippee Colicsoothe Milk Vacuum
  • Snuz Style Edits
  • Lovevery Play Kits and Book Bundles
  • Cybex Cloud G i-Size
  • Il Tutto Lulu Gliding Nursing Chair
  • The Sleep Nanny App
  • Beyond Baby Talk by Rachel Childs
  • Childs Farm x Sanctuary Spa Mum & Baby Sweet Dreams Gift Set
  • Leak Proof Nursing Bra from Marbra Maternity
  • Finnson Changing Bag – The Ana

Tickets are £26pp on the door and visitors can also buy a goody bag for £6.

Future editions of The Baby Show will take place at NEC Birmingham from 10-12 May; Manchester Central from 7-9 June, and Olympia London from 25-27 October.


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