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6A Peverell Park Road
Peverell
Plymouth
Devon
PL3 4RA
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Welcome. We are an independent baby goods boutique located in Hyde Park, Plymouth. At pramsetc you can enjoy an alternative experience to chainstore shopping in our stylish, yet child friendly, shop.

We offer a wide range of beautiful products personally chosen and sourced from around the world, we currently stock:

Prams and pushchairs from around the world, including Bugaboo, Phil and Teds, Cosatto, Red Castle, Babystyle and many more.
Designer baby bags
Beautiful baby blankets
Gifts for new mums and babies
Organic toiletries
Cribs and highchairs
Essentials such as mattresses, babygates, baths etc available.

We look forward to meeting you in the shop.

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