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Baby Boxes Begin 5a 1 of 1

First minister Nicola Sturgeon (right) with some of the first boxes given out

 

Latest figures from the Scottish Government have revealed that the transformative Baby Box policy has already benefited 2378 newborns across NHS Lanarkshire since they were introduced last year – and over 22,000 across Scotland.

 

The Baby Box is a key part of the Scottish Government’s commitment to making Scotland the very best place in the world to grow up – and contains important items for parents and babies alike, such as baby clothes, a digital ear thermometer, a bath towel, a changing mat and books.

 

The box itself also doubles as a bed for a newborn, containing a mattress, mattress protector and fitted sheet – providing a safe and warm place for babies to sleep.

 

“It is excellent to see so many families across Lanarkshire benefitting from the Baby Box," said Clydesdale MSP Aileen Campbell.

 

“The Boxes are a really positive Scottish Government initiative providing parents with many of the essentials they need to care for their child.

 

“From thermometers to towels, changing mats to clothes – the boxes are a fantastic way of giving children in Lanarkshire the very best start in life.

 

“That 2378 boxes have already been provided to parents across Lanarkshire, part of a total of over 22,000 across Scotland, shows how popular they are proving with parents in every corner of the country – and given how beneficial they are to parents and newborns.

 

"Long may that continue.”

 

 

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