Family Friendly hall of fame

Family Friendly

More and more companies are joining us in our programme to make Britain more family friendly. Check out our hall of fame to see who is prepared to work with us to make sure that parents are well catered for as employees and customers.




explore learning


"We strive to be family friendly, from our high street branches to products and services that reflect the needs of families in the UK today."


"Butlins welcomes the support of Mumsnet to develop more and more places for the whole family to enjoy together."

Explore Learning

"We get to know every single one of our members and their parents personally."





"Flamingo is constantly building in-depth knowledge of motherhood and parenting around the world to help inform and advise brands."


"What we've done so far is good (we've been named best European airport for families by the leading global travel search site, Skyscanner), but there's still much more we can do."


"We have a dedicated Family Panel that are continually monitoring all employee and customer feedback so that we can make Matalan even more family friendly."

metro bank



Metro Bank

"Metro Bank prides itself on offering family friendly banking service. Everything about us is focused on offering the very best in service and convenience to our customers."


"Our Happy Meals are very popular with families and we are always working hard to broaden the choice of food and drink options for kids."


"Increasingly we all live in a 'switched on' world. A happy home means success at work and success at work makes for a happy home."


"We are committed to making Britain better off by finding ways to help families keep their bills low, making our service even faster and more reliable."


"We strive to make products which help people to feel good, look good and get more out of life, every day. It's our ambition to help make family life not only better but more sustainable too."


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