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 (October 2016) have almost 56k 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, to contact us for support/help or anything else click here to send an email.

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An Evening with Judy Murray at The MCT at Alleyn’s, All Star Tennis Camps and Paediatric First Aid for Life: Your What’s On activity guide from NappyValleyNet

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Deadline: 30 free hours childcare. Lavender Hill bus crash. French Cafe to new home.

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Night Safari at London Wetland Centre, family fun at Battersea Power Station and Nurturing Mums Postnatal Course: Your What’s On activity guide from NappyValleyNet

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High court blocks Wandsworth nursery. Favourite SW12 cafe to close. Best summer beach reads?

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Summer Camp. What do those two words mean to you? If you’re anything like me it’s images of … Click here to read more...

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