App helps parents get out and network

App helps parents get out and network bubele-280

Mum friends can be nothing short of a lifeline for many and now there is an app designed to help London mums find their new besties.

Bubele is aimed at pregnant women and parents with children aged 0 to 8. Based on your chosen area, the app locates nearby activities from baby and kid-friendly restaurants, museums, playgroups, playgrounds, attractions, theatre and concert performances to cookery, street-dance, swimming classes, anywhere designed for mamas to take the kids and meet their friends.

With nearly 12,000 places in London to choose from, the app gives access to that invaluable "word of mum" recommendation so that anyone can tap into it.

Find out more now and download from the app store here.

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