The South London Sling Library was founded in June 2011 by Emily, mum to 2 and experienced Babywearing Consultant.  The Sling Library is an entirely self-funded service that Emily set up because she is passionate about helping all parents carry their babies!  With very limited resources she started very small and SLSL staff still run all services to fit around looking after our own children.  Our regular Open Sessions have became very popular and we’ve gradually been able to  build up our resources; we buy new slings and carriers whenever we can afford them, and undergo additional training to expand the range of products and services we’re able to offer.

The SLSL is a very small organisation, but we are knowledgeable, very experienced and enthusiastic! We aim to provide easy-to-access expert information about safe, comfortable babywearing and baby carriers to as many people as possible.  Find out more about How We Can Help you with slings and baby carriers.

Many of our carriers and slings have been donated or subsidised by generous manufacturers and retailers. Go to our Contributors page to find out more; and you can also help support the Sling Library by Donating to us.  You can read some comments from users of our service on our website Feedback page and on our Facebook page.

For more information about baby carriers and slings, go to the Sling Info page. We’re also happy to answer any specific questions by email if we’re able to.

The Library is open to any parent or carer who’d like help with carrier and slings (whether you’re from South London or not!).   If you have any further questions about the SLSL and the services we offer, please email info@southlondonslings.co.uk.

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