Babyccino launches ShopUp
New shopping event for children’s product will take place at London’s Cecil Sharp House next month.
By Laura Turner
19 November 2013
Online shopping portal and lifestyle blog Babyccino Kids is hosting its first live shopping event on 1-2 December 2013.
ShopUp will bring together more than 35 children’s shops and brands under one roof at Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regent’s Park Road, London. Participants include E-Side, i love gorgeous, Club Cinq, Niddle Noddle, Sisters Guild, Caramel Baby & Child, Hedgehog Shop, Marcarons, Bobo Kids, Lalé, Belle Enfant and Igloo Kids.
Babyccino Kids has organised a host of fun activities for children during the event, including a colouring wall and activities by Anorak Magazine; children’s temporary tattoos from Tattyoo; a children’s manicure station by Little BU; a reading corner by Big Picture Press; and a selection of children’s musicians and entertainers. Canvas tote bags will also be handed out to visitors, and shops will be offering discounts throughout the event, as well as competition prizes.
The event is open from 12pm to 7pm on 1 December and 9am-4pm on 2 December. Admittance is £5 per adult and free for children.
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