A cheaper way to shop for baby gear - Teignternet

A cheaper way to shop for baby gear

Babies can be expensive, costing between £1,600 and £7,200 in their first year, excluding childcare, according to Money Advice Service. However, families in Dawlish, Teignmouth and Shaldon could save £100s thanks to a regular preloved baby market.


The Rosebuds Preloved Bump, Baby and Children Market was established by Bishopsteignton mum Gemma Neale, after she saved money by buying second hand items for her daughter and wanted to help local parents do the same.

Not only does the market enable visitors to buy everything from clothes and toys to prams and children’s furniture, but it’s also a great way for families to make a bit of money by selling on items that have been outgrown.

So, whether you’re expecting a baby, or know someone who is, and want to get all the gear without spending a fortune or need to buy clothes in the next size up for your growing brood, why not get along to the next market at 10am on Sunday (29th June) at Teign School, Kingsteignton.

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