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TheBabyWebsite and Cariboo have joined to offer our visitors the chance to win a Classic Crib from Cariboo.
Made in New Zealand, this is a substantial piece of furniture with a timeless style which looks elegant either beside adult bedroom furniture or in a nursery setting.
Beautifully proportioned, the crib has a gently curved form, smooth rounded edges and excellent stability. The fabric bag is 100% cotton and is easy to remove for machine washing. A firm foam mattress is included with the crib.
Suitable from newborns until approximately 5 or 6 months old, the Classic Crib is available in four different wood stains and two different fabric colours. The crib can be accessorised with a Veil, an Activity Gym or a Crib Changer and fitted sheets and mattress toppers are also available.
The prize includes the Classic Crib together with fitted sheet.
If you'd like to be the lucky winner of this set worth £225.00, simply
Competition Closes 4th May 2010
Winners will be notified on our Winners Page shortly after the draw.
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