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ERF retailer in North West?

(5 Posts)
StuckOnARollercoaster Sun 13-Jan-13 12:20:34

Thanks all
A trip to Wigan Pramworld has been booked with my MIL!
If I still want some more options, then may do the trip to York anyway because I grew up not far away and there are still some family that way so we could combine it with visiting some relatives!

sleeplessinderbyshire Sat 12-Jan-13 20:13:29

Paul Stride in York are really good but that may also be a long drive for you

If you scroll down on this site you will find a list of stockists in North West and the ranges they stock. Pram World in Wiggan looks to have a good range or you could try a few of them if close enough to you.

Oodhousekeeping Sat 12-Jan-13 17:11:07

Think there is one around Wigan/Warrington, can't remember as we bought ours online in the end as we wanted a TWE and none I found stocked them.

StuckOnARollercoaster Sat 12-Jan-13 16:44:47

Hi, so the only new thing I know I want to buy is an ERF car seat - thanks to all on here that are promoting the safety of these seats.

Have been looking but I can't seem to find someone in the North West - securatot are in Wiltshire, in car safety are in MK and Belfast and babycare are in Bromley.

I'd like to ideally go to a retail store, to take a look at them to understand the differences and how they attach. My car changes quite often - every few months because other half is a trader and keeps selling what I'm driving! Happy to drive a couple of hours - but all those places are at least 3-4 hours minimum one way.

Can anyone advise? I know Mamas & Papas now have the Cybex Sirona, and Mothercare are starting to stock something but would be good if there was someone independent that stocks more than 1 option.

Thanks

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