NappyValleyNet launched in 2009. Our aim? To create a gorgeous mash-up of your best friend, your next door neighbour and that well-connected schoolgate mum; all wrapped up in a web site!
Every day we help users choose schools, recruit nannies, recommend builders, find holidays and still find time for relationship advice and a gossip. We are especially proud of our new "what's on" guide which you can find by clicking here.
We seem to have got something right as we just keep growing. We now (Oct 2013) have almost 50k different mums visit every month from SW London alone! So if you want to join our merry band, receive cracking local special offers *and* subscribe to our wonderful weekly email then just click here to register
NappyValleyNet is published by Nextville Limited
Dear South West London Mum, It's that time of year again! We're delighted to announce that our famous "Win a Nappy Valley Christmas" competition is now open. For those of you that don't know, one lucky local winner will receive EVERYTHING they need for the perfect Christmas … [Click here to read more...]
Parents who need to start thinking about which primary schools they want their children to attend next year have some great options to choose from if they pick a Wandsworth school. There’s never been a better time to be taught at a local primary school, with children in the borough achieving higher … [Click here to read more...]
With summer long gone, we’ve all been languishing in our warm winter woollies. However, before we know it, we are going to have to be red carpet ready, the LBD season is almost upon us. Here are my five favourite ways to get LBD ready, while there’s still time. • GET THAT DRESS OUT. Whether … [Click here to read more...]
By Holly Seddon, editor-in-chief of Quibly It’s highly likely that under almost every Christmas tree across Nappy Valley, there will be a collection of digital gadgets and battery-operated gizmos. Maybe even a big fat game console or two... Follow these tips to make sure that your kids can have … [Click here to read more...]
If you’d asked me what I might be doing on a cold dark night in Balham, I don’t think I’d have guessed last week’s activity in a million years. You see last Thursday I watched as a pig was butchered (I must add it was already dead) in an upstairs room at the Balham Bowls Club. It was … [Click here to read more...]