** All sessions take place at 194 Beckenham Road, BR3 4RJ **
We're open for drop-in sling and baby carrier advice, demos and hire Mon-Thurs every other week.
Our upcoming dates and times:
Monday 3rd Mar, 12:00 - 2:00
Tuesday 4th Mar, 10:00 - 12:00
Wednesday 5th Mar, 10:00 -12:00
Thursday 6th Mar, 12:00 - 2:00
CLOSED: 10th - 13th Mar
Monday 17th Mar, 12:00 - 2:00
Tuesday 18th Mar, 10:00 - 12:00
Wednes. 19th Mar, 10:00 - 12:00
Thursday 20th Mar, 12:00 - 2:00
CLOSED: 24th - 27th Mar
More sessions to be posted soon!
Session entry is £2 per adult for
advice, fitting and trying carriers.
Please bring cash or Paypal
details/phone app for carrier hire fees and deposits (we can now take card payments, but extra charges may apply). Fees and deposits vary according to the carrier borrowed and are listed on the Library Catalogue pages.
Plan your journey to the Sling Library:
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I’m now lucky enough to be looking after the lovely 6 month Baby A once a week when I have my day off with my just-turned-3-year-old Izzy. Baby A loves being carried and Izzy is more than happy to walk … Continue reading
Ok, so I know this might sound a bit odd, but run with me for a minute. I use the analogy of baby carriers and slings being like shoes an awful lot, and I’m realising that there’s even more to … Continue reading
I’m currently taking part in a competition for Lambeth business women with the best vision for their business. On Tuesday 19th I’ll be delivering a 5 minute pitch at ITV studios to present my vision for the South London Sling … Continue reading
In my last post (here) I stated that close physical contact with your baby (especially for the extended durations possible when using a suitable sling or baby carrier) can reduce the symptoms of postnatal depression (1). Now I’m ready to … Continue reading
Human babies are not best adapted to being left alone and so there are a whole host of benefits associated with carrying your newborn baby. By using a sling or baby carrier to help support your back and keep your … Continue reading