Trade-in unsafe baby products

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Toys”R”Us are running a campaign which could save children’s lives - and help parents with the cost of new baby equipment.

Their national ‘Trade-In’ campaign runs until Thursday and aims to remove used and potentially unsafe baby products from British homes.

Parents can take old and used pushchairs, car seats and highchairs to Babies”R”Us in exchange for a 25 per cent saving on new products.

n Dozens of brand new clothes have already been donated to the swishing clothes swap at Meadowhall on Wednesday., the swishing expert hosts, have received an influx of new items with tags still attached.

The event runs 12.30pm – 9pm next to WH Smith on the upper gallery. Take along up to five fashion items you don’t want and choose five fresh items others have donated.

n Step up for a scan-tastic new way to work out what body-shape you are - and find the clothes that suit you.

Meadowhall is inviting shoppers to get the real measure of themselves when an innovative 3D body scanner arrives at the centre on Friday.

The scanner will be situated on Park Lane outside House of Fraser from April 1-3. It is the only mobile unit of its kind in Europe and uses sensors to record the curves of the body with hundreds of accurate measurements.