What is a nappy library?
A Nappy library is a service that offers parents, carers, and professionals the opportunity to learn more about the benefits of cloth nappies.
We have a range of cloth nappies which are available to borrow and try at home.
Nappy libraries are more often than not operated by unpaid volunteers and most (but not all) are non-profit.
To find your nearest library please see our Uk cloth nappy library page
Peterborough Nappy Library
Peterborough nappy library started in September 2012. Jaymee could not find anything similar and after spending lots of money on trying to find the right nappies for her son, the library was started. Jaymee wanted to help other families to convert to cloth nappies, but to have an easier transition.
Since 2012, the library has gone from strength to strength, we have converted families to cloth nappies, most have gone on to use cloth nappies full time.
Jaymee, is a mum of 3 boys. She started the library back in 2012. She has used cloth nappies on 2 of her boys and has experienced using cloth from birth through to toilet training. She also blogs over at www.TheMumDiaries.co.uk
Nic is a mum of 4, and has used cloth nappies on her 2 youngest children. She has experienced cloth nappies from birth through to toilet training.
Gemma is our newest volunteer, she is a mum of 2 and uses cloth nappies on her little boy.