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 (May 2015) have almost 55k 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
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Dear NappyValleyNetter, "Errr...is there any reason why my debit card isn't working?" In most relationships there is often one person who handles the money and in my household that's Mr NappyValleyNet. It's not he earns more or is more responsible, he just seems to have a natural affinity for … [Click here to read more...]
Dear NappyValleyNetter, Welcome to your weekly What's On activity guide from NappyValleyNet! Summer in the city and the air is still. And hot. Gloriously hot. SW19 is buzzing with the regular pop, pop, pop of tennis balls, the sun has got his hat on and so have we. The arrival of Wimbledon … [Click here to read more...]
Dear NappyValleyNetter, “So you want to buy a yacht from a bloke down the pub?” Mr NVN had just returned from his regular post-tennis pint and he had an idea. His ideas were not usually good things, after all this is the chap who thought a bar-b-q scented man candle for my fathers 80th was a … [Click here to read more...]
Dear NappyValleyNetter, Welcome to your weekly activity guide from NappyValleyNet! Walking down Balham High Road the other day I saw a little Jedi, complete with swishing light sabre. Heads turned and smiles broke out on faces old and young as they walked past. I suppose it's not … [Click here to read more...]
Omnibus opened in November 2013 and is a multi-arts centre housed in the old Clapham Library. The Victorian building overlooks Clapham Common and is home to a 90-seat studio theatre, café/bar and two performance and rehearsal spaces which host a diverse and high quality programme of work including … [Click here to read more...]