SLSL Essential Infoinfo@southlondonslings.co.uk**ALWAYS CHECK CALENDAR BEFORE TRAVELLING**
We run regular Expert Carrying Advice and Fitting sessions, which can be pre-booked online.
We also have Hire Collection and Returns times when you can drop-in to collect a pre-arranged hire, return any borrowed items and browse or buy from our Shop
See our Event Calendar for details of all upcoming Open Times.
Browse the website for more info on how to hire slings, wraps and carriers, how we can help with expert advice, and for lots more helpful information about slings and baby carriers!
We can accept payments for Purchases, Hire Fees, Refundable Deposits by: cash, card or Paypal App
Hire fees and deposits vary according to the carrier borrowed and are listed on the Library Catalogue pages.
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HUGE changes are afoot in Autumn 2017! Please always check our Calendar before travelling! Over the next few months our location and the way we run our services will be changing. We are moving out of our much-loved comfy base … Continue reading
** February Half Term 2017 – Monday 13th – Friday 17th February** We are closed on Tuesday 14th, Thursday 16th and Friday 17th this week. There will be someone on reception Monday 13th and Wednesday 15th only. They will be … Continue reading
The Sling Library house is undergoing essential building improvement works during autumn/winter 2015. Unfortunately we are very sad to say that we are therefore not able to run the Sling Library as normal during this time. Essential Information: The Sling … Continue reading
How Carrying Supports Your Family Growing Together This original article by Emily Williamson first appeared here on: Attachment Parenting UK Transitioning to being a family Figure 1: Photo from Oscha Slings Being born isn’t an easy process (it’s called ‘labour’ for … Continue reading