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  1. Movix adds to the wide choice of pushchairs at Mothercare


    The new complete pram and pushchair travel system, making life a little easier and a lot more stylish. 

    Easy to use, functional and stylish, bursting with a great choice of colours, Movix provides a personalised pushchair from birth to toddler.


    Create the Mothercare Movix pushchair in three easy steps, choose; the base pack consisting of the chassis and carry cot (available in dark clay or vanilla); the necessity pack consisting of carry cot apron, hood, seat pad, harness pads and weathershield and the comfort pack consisting of a snug cocoon cosytoe and change bag. Personalise to individual taste by choosing the necessity and comfort packs in a variety of colours such as, cherry pop, citrus punch, pebble, hazelnut and ebony creating up to 50 exciting colour combinations- designed for baby, personalised by parents.


    The functional design of the Movix offers parents a range of options, from pram mode; with its easily removable and portable carry cot base (suitable for occasional overnight sleeping), too parent and forward facing positions with an additional Maxi-Cosi infant car seat option that simply clicks into the chassis providing quick and easy manoeuvrability for an undisturbed baby.


    The 4 wheel pushchair benefits from versatile designs that go the extra mile such as a practical 3-position airflow seat with hinged bumper bar which makes getting little one in and out easier and large rear inflatable tyres for a more comfortable and smooth ride whatever the terrain.



    New for Spring 2012 Movix will be available to pre order February 2012

    In stores and online March 2012


    The complete Movix package is £570 (+£130 Maxi-Cosi optional)

  2. Between Monday 9th & Friday 13th January 2012, a team of the UK’s leading lifestyle experts will be sharing need to know advice on a range of subjects as well as answering direct questions from the Sudocrem Facebook community.

    Each day will host a different expert (as outlined below), who will share around 20 key pieces of advice and answering questions on their subject throughout their allotted day.

    Sudocrem would love for all Mums to join the Sudocrem Facebook community ( and get involved by asking questions directly to the experts.

    • Monday 9th January 2012 - Jennifer Liston-Smith (Executive & Maternity Coach)
    • Tuesday 10th January 2012 - Claire Wylde (Dietician)
    • Wednesday 11th January 2012 - Jo Barnard (Careers Advisor)
    • Thursday 12th January 2012 - Wendy Powell (Pre & Post Natal Fitness Expert)
    • Friday 13th January 2012 - Beth Goodrham (Personal Stylist)

  3. Sudocrem, the UK’s leading nappy rash treatment, is delighted to announce a donation of up to £25,000 in total to the NSPCC. Sudocrem is currently supporting ‘All babies count’, an online campaign which will support the NSPCC’s work to prevent the abuse and neglect of babies. 

    Here’s how you can support All babies count:

    Visit or tweet about the campaign. Sudocrem will donate 50p for each ‘like’ on Sudocrem’s Facebook page and 25p for every tweet using the #allbabiescount hashtag. Sudocrem will also donate 50p for every comment on the NSPCC Facebook campaign page:

    In addition to this support, Sudocrem is also raising funds for the NSPCC by auctioning a jewel encrusted charm bracelet on eBay, designed by world famous jewellery designer Theo Fennell. Created from white gold and 24 rubies, the auction will open in the first week of December. 

    Ray Stafford CEO of Forest Europe said:
    “Sudocrem has been helping to soothe sore skin for almost 80 years. The market leader in the treatment of nappy rash, it’s used by mums, dads and healthcare professionals everywhere. We are proud to support the NSPCC and their work with vulnerable babies and children”.

    Svetlana Kirov, NSPCC Head of Corporate Partnerships, said: 
    “Sudocrem has pledged to donate £25,000 to the NSPCC. We’re urging bloggers to support the All babies count campaign; Sudocrem will make a donation to the NSPCC for every tweet using the #allbabiescount hashtag and for every blogger who ‘likes’ their Facebook page and posts a comment on the NSPCC Facebook Campaign page.”