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News, nappies and a Splash a baby
Posted on 7th February 2014 

It’s D-day at Splash About HQ, and the whole team are on constant "Splash A Baby" watch. Our latest addition (and Lesley’s first baby) is joining the team today. Well not exactly joining the team, since even Lesley cannot work whilst in labour, but you know what I mean. It’s another exciting new face for us to get used to and one that hopefully from birth will be better on excel than I.  Surely not having a collection of weird phobias like the rest of the team (did I tell you about Jordana and the wet wood fear?) would be a huge bonus too, but we’ll love him or her just the same.

Not only do we have the excitement of our "Splash A Baby", but of course, we have the arrival of our first ever Collections range. Splash About is the market leader in the field of ‘baby swimming’, and has been now for 10 years!
We are known for our quality and our innovation, but this year we also wanted to shout about our brand new designs. Our in-house design team have trawled the European fashion and trend shows to bring you exclusive new designs for SS14; the complete Apple Daisy, Pink Pear, Tutti Frutti and Set Sail ranges launch this spring, with the nappies already available NOW on www.splashabout.com.

We’ve received some wonderful feedback of the new prints so far, and we cannot wait to share the complete ranges with you, that are arriving in March. To top it off, we are thrilled that some of the UK’s top independents and retailers have loved our new designer Collections and we look forward to seeing them shown off in their stores. So hats off to Sarah and co, you can now have a lunch break!
So a busy time for the whole of Team Splash, with so much going on – but don’t worry, we’ll keep you updated!

Happy Splashing, stay safe.

Bernadette Spofforth,

Managing Director