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izzyrubi Sun 27-Feb-05 15:40:55

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RTKangaMummy Sun 27-Feb-05 15:42:01

Have you tried THE LADY magazine?

ggglimpopo Sun 27-Feb-05 15:50:19

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uwila Sun 27-Feb-05 16:04:43

greataupair.com has been good to me (but there are mixed reviews about them on mumsnet). Where are you? When do you need her? Live-in or out?

MaryP0p1 Sun 27-Feb-05 16:26:28

What area are you looking in?

izzyrubi Sun 27-Feb-05 16:43:36

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hatsoff Sun 27-Feb-05 16:53:28

try simply childcare (google it and you'll find the website) you subscribe to a listings magazine (ie childcare wanted and offered) and you put an ad in yourself, if you like. It generally has a bit more variety in terms of part-time, nanny shares etc. And a heck of a lot cheaper than agencies

pinotgrigio Sun 27-Feb-05 16:56:32

Hi Izzyrubi. I'm in Kingston and am about to move my nanny to part time, so I think she would probably be quite interested as you're just round the corner. She lives in with me so live-out is no problem. CAT me with the details if you'd like me to pass them on to her.

izzyrubi Sun 27-Feb-05 17:23:03

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RTKangaMummy Sun 27-Feb-05 17:33:17

I would go for The Lady because when I was a nanny I and all my friends read it so think it has large readership.

Don't put kiddie names in though.

just DD or DS and ages

izzyrubi Sun 27-Feb-05 23:17:47

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