The online shop of the NCT (National Childbirth Trust) closed on 29 June 2016.
The well-known parenting charity offered a trusted place to buy safe pregnancy, baby and maternity gear, selling a variety of products from cots and carriers to greeting cards.
However it ceased selling products online June 2016, marking the end of one of the most-known parenting consumer sites.
What can I do if I've just bought something off the NCT website?
If you have something from the NCT website, it's worth noting that all customers will also retain their statutory rights to return goods to NCT in exchange for a refund if they are faulty.
We are not sure why the charity made the decision to close the site, and MadeForMums has contacted the NCT for comment, but we awaiting a response.
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