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Norfok’s largest baby and toddler fair returns to showground

PUBLISHED: 17:07 26 March 2018 | UPDATED: 17:14 26 March 2018

Marshall from Paw Patrol lookalike makes one little boy’s day at The Norfolk Bump & Beyond Baby and Toddler Fair. Picture by Mark Raines.

Marshall from Paw Patrol lookalike makes one little boy’s day at The Norfolk Bump & Beyond Baby and Toddler Fair. Picture by Mark Raines.

Mark Raines

Norfolk’s largest baby and toddler fair made a return to the Norfolk Showground.

Mark Raines, The Norfolk Bump & Beyond Baby and Toddler Fair organiser handing over a Oyster Zero Stroller to Stephanie Watson at The Norfolk Showground yesterday. Picture by Meryl Raines.Mark Raines, The Norfolk Bump & Beyond Baby and Toddler Fair organiser handing over a Oyster Zero Stroller to Stephanie Watson at The Norfolk Showground yesterday. Picture by Meryl Raines.

Now in its fourth year, organisers of the Norfolk Bump & Beyond Baby and Toddler Fair said it was bigger and better than ever as it welcomed just under 900 adults plus their children and bumps.

The one-day event, sponsored by Mumii UK, took place on Sunday, March 25 from 10am – 3pm, and was jam-packed with exhibitors, activities, talks, demonstrations and free taster sessions that covered everything from pregnancy to pre-school years.

Mumii UK teamed up with BabyStyle and saw Stephanie Watson win an Oyster Zero Stroller in the free draw on the day.

Event organiser Mark Raines commented “It’s always encouraging to see a long queue to get in.

“The fair is growing each year and we already have ideas to add to next years fair which is planned for March 24 2019.”


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