Sisters Launch New Baby Shop and Aim To Support Local Families

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As many local independent shops close, parents are left with fewer choices when it comes to buying essential baby goods.  So when the owners of Jack and Jill’s Nursery World in Birkdale decided to retire, sisters Beverley and Hilary jumped at the chance to buy the business.

As parents themselves they understand the need for mums and dads to look and try out baby equipment before they commit to buying.  Beverley said “buying online works well for some people, but when it comes to your baby you want to know exactly how easy it is to put up a pram, see whether it can fit in your car, check whether a cot will match your furniture, etc., without the hassle of having to send goods back if you’re not 100% happy.”

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The shop also provides an agency service for pre-loved goods.  Hilary added “we only take in goods that are in very good condition and many are like new!  When you sell through online websites you have to put up with strangers in your house and lots of time wasters.  We can sell your items for you in a safe and trouble free way.”

As well as cots, prams, car seats, etc… the shop is now also stocking ranges of beautiful bespoke accessories and toys at amazing prices.

Beverley and Hilary would be delighted to welcome all their new customers at their shop at 285 Liverpool Road, Birkdale. If you are looking to sell baby goods then give them a call on 01704 562733.  They can also be found on Facebook at http://Facebook/jackandjillsnurseryworld.

Let’s all support our local businesses!


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