New Baby on the way - looking for high quality, reasonably priced baby goods?
Look no further than Baby Steps @Watch US Grow at 19a Kirk Wynd Falkirk, which was officially launched on 3rd February 2017.
Ideally situated in the centre of town, Baby Steps carries the whole range of baby equipment, from baths to buggies, cots to changing units and everything in between! Baby Steps is a Social Enterprise which employs adults with disabilities, who will be delighted to show customers the range of stock, answer questions, and generally make you feel very welcome. You can always be sure of a friendly face, keen to be of assistance at Baby Steps. We would also like to take your no longer needed children’s equipment, so if you would like to donate, please give us a ring on 01324 639800 and we can arrange to uplift your donation.
Baby Steps is open Tuesday to Saturday 9.30 – 4pm.An important part of our social enterprise work is encouraging the team to write their thoughts of the day in our day diary to keep a record of their experiences, and tasks they have undertaken. All the team cover various tasks in the shop from serving customers, rotating and organising stock, pram checks and creating displays.
What our customers have said
“Is this a charity shop?”
“I thought this was a shop with brand new items”
“The shop is lovely”
“It’s well laid out and attractive”
“Prices are great”
I have worked in Nursery Needs for 5 years and am really excited about the move to Falkirk. We have a great choice of really good prams- everything really you need when a baby arrives.
Baby Steps is part of the Watch US Grow charity, which offers training opportunities for people with disabilities in its garden in Palacerigg Country Park Cumbernauld. Baby Steps provides paid employment opportunities for local people with disabilities, while at the same time helping local families by providing, low cost, high quality children’s nursery equipment. Baby Steps also provides a really useful alternative for families keen to recycle their much loved baby equipment, and we expect to divert around 60 tonnes from landfill’