IKEA Richmond provides families worldwide with just about everything you need to make your house a home. Sometimes though, our little adventurers don’t always use our favourite products as intended. On Tuesday July 30th, IKEA Richmond is hosting a Safer Life at Home workshop to educate us parents and grandparents to prepare for life with our little ones.
We know children are curious and need to explore the world around them to develop skills for life. So, we need to do all we can to keep them safe from dangers they don't yet understand.
In this workshop IKEA Richmond will take you through how to create a safer home for your family. They will discuss different stages in children's development, look at common hazards and injuries and take you through a home safety checklist which you can apply to your home. This workshop is a must for any parent or grandparent.
This event is free but booking are essential - book your spot here!
Why not make a day of it and enjoy breakfast or lunch at the IKEA restaurant? You can also purchase buns and slices for morning and afternoon tea, plus hot and cold drinks.
This workshop will bring you even greater awareness of how to make your home a safer and more playful place for your children. It will also give you time to browse IKEA’s wide range of products that have all been designed with safety as a priority. There is also always a selection of latest offers in the store, including all the benefits for IKEA Family Members.
So and head into IKEA Richmond on Tuesday, 30th July and learn to stay one step ahead of your little explorer.
Where: IKEA Richmond, 630 Victoria Street, Richmond
When: Tuesday 30th July, 2pm-3pm
Who: Suitable for parents and grandparents of young children.
Cost: FREE! Bookings are essential - reserve your spot here.
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