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Join the 2013 Bliss Buggy Push

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Tesco Loves Baby and Bliss


Tesco Loves Baby is fully funding the Bliss Family Support Helpline, which is a UK-wide service offering advice and support to families caring for sick or premature babies.

To contact Bliss and get the support you need:

  • Call the Helpline (free from a landline) on 0500 618140
  • Post on facebook.com/Bliss
  • Or go to bliss.org.uk

Win baby goodies


The highest fundraiser will win a Britax Affinity pushchair and carrycot. There’s also a Bling Your Buggy competition – get creative and you could win a £50 Boden voucher and a Babasling!

Find out more about Bliss Buggy Push competitions.

Enjoy a day out with your little one – and help raise money for special care babies.

Bliss, which is supported by Tesco Loves Baby, exists to help babies born too soon, too small or too sick – and the charity is holding the 2013 Bliss London Buggy Push on Saturday 25 May in Regent’s Park.

There’ll be a warm up before the start and you don’t have to push a buggy – you can also jog or walk the 5K course. Plus there’s plenty to amuse the little ones, including a toddler dance session, face-painting and a kids’ entertainer. Look out for special guest and Cbeebies presenter Katy Ashworth!

How to take part

Registration is just £10, which includes a free t-shirt and a goody bag. All entrants are asked to raise a minimum of £50 for Bliss. Teams of five can be registered for the price of four, although all members still need to raise £50 each.

The fastest way to register is by calling Bliss on 020 7378 1122 with your payment details or register online at for Bliss Buggy Push.

Learn more about Bliss

Did you know one in nine UK babies is born sick or too early – that’s more than 80,000 babies a year*? Bliss supports these families and makes sure they and their babies receive the best possible care and support.

As well as a Family Support Helpline, which is fully funded by Tesco Loves Baby, Bliss hosts a message board at bliss.org.uk, where parents can share experiences and support each other.

The charity also provides a UK-wide network of trained counsellors and support groups, as well as working with doctors and nurses to improve the care of premature and sick babies, and funding research to raise standards.

Finally, Bliss has an exciting new programme of Bliss nurses based in hospitals to provide direct support to babies and families.

*Source: Bliss