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Barefoot Books Sling Meet on Wednesday 21 January

Sling Meet at Barefoot Books

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Oxford Sling Meet invites you to a *Sling Social* held within the Storyteller’s Café at Barefoot Books Oxford. This is an amazing venue to meet up with friends and enjoy all the different sights and sounds of world storytelling. Barefoot Books is very child friendly, with StoryTime twice a day, singalong background music, events, nappy change facilities with space for a buggys, comfy sofas, imagination dens with wall puzzles for the little ones and of course the best books and toys that you can imagine!

10am until 12midday

We meet on the 3rd Wednesday every month

at Barefoot Books is at 294 Banbury Road, Summertown, OX2 7ED
http://www.barefootbooks.com/visit-barefoot/oxford-uk/

 

Please note: we do not have the sling library with us at this event; anyone looking for professional babywearing advice and tuition, please visit https://www.facebook.com/OxfordSlingLibrary for more details. These meets are for babywearing parents to spend time together in spectacular surroundings.

 

Worth knowing 🙂 Babies up to 12mths can enjoy free Baby and Toddler Tapas when accompanied by an adult ordering a full meal.

For the Barefoot Books January calendar see here

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How to Find Barefoot Books

From Oxford town centre, the buses 2 and 2a go towards Kidlington and stop in Summertown on the way. Barefoot Books is opposite Sainsburys Local and next door to Majestic Wine Warehouse, which is also is near to BBC Oxford.

There is a large car park on Ferry Lane connecting with Diamond Place car park and then it’s just about a five minute walk to Barefoot Books from there. Ferry Lane car park has more space and spaces and is only an extra 1-minute walk. We recommend this car park to you as Diamond Place is extremely busy all them time and with narrower spaces.

Parking prices are the same at both carparks:
0-1 hour: £1.20
1-2 hours £1.70
2-3 hours £3.20
3-4 hours 5.20

There is a slip road to one side of Banbury Road up the middle of Summertown. There are a few places to park for free for up to 1-hour. Worth looking there first perhaps!?