Bliss was helpful to me as a new mum of a preemie and I was given lots of support and information to help me on my way with my little boy.
No one knows what will happen with Bumble and when he will come into the world, I am hoping desperately he makes it to term but after the last experience I am mentally preparing myself just incase and I know if I needed it the support from Bliss would be there for me again.
That why I am over the moon to tell you that Britax are launching a Royal themed fundraising drive just for Bliss!!
Just 150 units of the BABY SAFE plus SHR II car seat have been created in the exact same limited edition fabric design that HRH Prince George was seen in leaving the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in. These seats will go on sale for £129.99 to the public with all proceeds being donated to the charity.
I imagine these will go shockingly quick so If you'd like to own one for your little Royal and help raise money for Bliss at the same time then you can find them at
BRITAX has been manufacturing child car seats and travel systems since 1966.
BRITAX has research & development centres in Germany and the UK where designers and engineers use state-of-the-art facilities, including their own test rigs, to pioneer innovative products and set safety standards, such as ISOFIX technology. The expertise BRITAX develops is regularly shared with governmental and safety experts worldwide.
Top European test organisations, such as independent motoring and consumer organisations consistently rate BRITAX amongst the best – and constantly exceed legal safety requirements. 80% of all cars rated by Euro NCAP in 2011 have tested with at least one of our seats during their independent crash test assessments.
BRITAX is the leader of rearward facing car seats in the Nordic regions.
Bliss is a registered charity no 1002973 and Scottish registered charity SC040878.
Bliss, the special care baby charity, is dedicated to ensuring that all babies born too soon, too small or too sick in the UK have the best possible chance of survival and of reaching their full potential. It does this by:
- Providing practical and emotional support for families during an extremely difficult time, so they can give the best care to their babies
- Providing training and support for doctors and nurses, funding specialist Bliss Family-Centred Care Nurses in hospitals and funding research to improve the care of all premature and sick babies
- Raising awareness of the issues affecting special care babies and fight for essential change within government and the NHS