Oh Baby! Show, Fota Wildlife Park Cork, 2 & 3rd April

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    Mother’s Day is coming up on 2nd and 3rd April and what better way to spend it than at The Oh Baby! Show, taking place Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd April in the beautiful surroundings of Fota Wildlife Park, Cork.

    Unlike anything done before in Ireland, The Oh Baby! Show is so much more than the usual shopping atmosphere you experience at other fairs. So whether you want to soak up information by browsing the many trade stands, pregnancy… & parenting seminars and product demos, take a stroll around the park or just relax in one of Fota’s on site cafe’s while the kids are entertained, the day is sure to be a fantastic experience.

    For more details contact: 021-4368897 or email info@ohbaby.ie

    And keep an eye out for the Mumstown stand – we will have lots of freebies for everyone!


    What happened to the lovely spring weather??

    Let’s hope it returns for the Oh Baby! Show at Fota Wildlife Park this weekend, Sat & Sun April 2 & 3rd. Looking forward to meeting lots of Cork parents, little ones and parents-to-be too!

    Check out the Mumstown stand, we’ll have freebies for everyone!


    We had a fantastic weekend in Cork. Met so many lovely people at the Oh Baby! show.

    Fota Wildlife Park was great, the kids loved it. Its nice theway so many of the animals and birds are wandering around freely. Nice atmosphere there and ideal for combining the show and activities for the kids.

    Radisson Blu Cork was ideal for us. Very family friendly; we had interconnecting rooms, so the 3 kids had their own space and we had ours and we were not all cramped in one room. Dinner was lovely there and they were so child friendly, they gave the kids little ‘bags of fun’ which included colouring books, crayons and games and this kept them totally occupied while waiting on dinner. As is the way, our 3 year old spilled her blackcurrant during dinner and before we could go get a cloth, there was a member of staff over to clean it up with minimum fuss and just as I was about to go get her a replacement one, they set a full new drink down in front of her. These are only small things but when dining with children, they make a big difference. The pool area was very nice too, the kids had a ball there, we had go to Friday, Saturday & Sunday! Anyone travelling with kids to Cork looking for somewhere to stay, we would recommend them, see http://www.radissonblu.ie/hotel-cork

    Mahon Point – Popped in for an hour for a bite to eat on the way home, lovely centre, would have liked to be able to do a bit of shopping if we had had more time! Next time…

    Did not make the Mitchelstown caves this weekend, so thats as good an excuse as any to go back soon….

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