This month we take a stroll through products that are available in the wheeled goods category with our feature starting on page 16. You will also notice that our cover hero this month is Hauck, where they feature their Runner 2. You can find out more by simply turning to the Cover Story starting on page 12, where we highlight this all-terrain three-wheeler pushchair which offers a comfortable and safe ride for a child. It simply flies over cobble stones, uneven trails and bumpy roads.
We also shine the light this month on a number of product categories, including Nursery Furniture (page 36), Bedside Cribs (page 41), Mattresses (page 42) and Pregnancy & Maternity products (page 64).
Of course, with the 2021 Harrogate Int. Nursery Fair having been a resounding success, we bring you a great round up of the show starting on page 48. Harrogate was also the home of the coveted BANTAs (sponsored by Nursery Today) and the Concept & Innovation Awards – you can find a round-up of all the winners over on The Baby Products Page (page 66). Huge congratulations to all the winners!
Our contributors this month were all in attendance at the show this year, with Pramland’s John Barking stating in his regular Barking Mad article over on page 46 “What a fabulous show! I cannot believe how fast the two days I spent in that gorgeous little town whizzed by. I knew the days would be busy, and I mean BUSY!” and Yasmin Ali (NSG/Babyland Fife) having a similar experience who says in her article over on page 62 “What a weekend! I felt like a teen! I remember hitting the aisles with my mum and Roxy as a kid and being the bag holder and tea person – the show used to be heaving and this was no different.” While Online4Baby’s Managing Director, Christy Foster, states in her article (page 45) “Returning from a very successful International Nursery Fair, Online4Baby are on cloud-nine! We thoroughly enjoyed getting caught up with the latest products, our brand partners and introducing ourselves to a lot of new faces. It was great to see everyone out in force, and the brand stalls looked brilliant.”