Farnborough Cloth Nappy Library

About

Interested in finding out which type of cloth/reusable nappy will suit your baby? The Farnborough Cloth Nappy Library have a range of kits for newborns, and birth to potty kits for parents to borrow and try before they buy. If you have borrowed a cloth nappy kit from the Library, then you will be able to get a discount on purchasing cloth nappies from a number of suppliers (full list on the web-site).

Why choose cloth nappies?
Better containment than disposables.
Saves money.
Better for the environment.
More breathable, and less likely to cause nappy rash.

Farnborough Cloth Nappy Library volunteers are on hand to provide advice and guidance, as well as deliver cloth nappy kits to you at home, and there is more detailed information on the web-site in their FAQ section.
You can also donate your cloth nappies to the Farnborough Cloth Nappy Library for future use.

About Farnborough Cloth Nappy Library

​Part of the UK Nappy Network and supported by Hampshire County Council, Farnborough Cloth Nappy Library is a not-for-profit venture run by parents for parents in Farnborough, Fleet, Aldershot, Farnham and the surrounding areas. ​What is a Nappy Library? In short, it's like a book library but for reusable nappies. All of their volunteers are parents who have experience in a number of different styles and brand of modern cloth nappies.

Good to know

User Cost/Charge Information
To hire a kit, please register for an account on the website.

- Birth to Potty Kits can be hired for a 4-week period for the price of £10, plus a £50 refundable deposit.
- Newborn kits can be hired for an 8-week period for the price of £20, plus a £50 refundable deposit.

Find out more

Farnborough Cloth Nappy Library

Email
farnboroughnappylibary@gmail.com

Website
https://farnboroughnappylibrary.myturn.com/library/

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