Claim your listing

Fill out the form below to claim your place listing. This means we can mark it as verified and people will know the information we have about your place is correct. Verified listings also feature information about whether your place is breastfeeding friendly, allergy friendly, and playgroup friendly.

    Your name

    Your email

    Name of place

    What is your role at this place?

    Do you have a change table?

    Do you have a high chair available?

    Do you have a play area or toy box?

    Do you have a kids menu?

    Is there space for a pram?

    Is it easy to get in and out with a pram?

    Is this place breastfeeding friendly?

    Is this place allergy friendly?

    Is this place playgroup friendly?

    Do you have anything else to add?

    There are some simple things you can do to make your place more welcoming for parents and their children. From providing high chairs to having change tables available in the toilets — read on to find out how to be more baby and child friendly.


    People can mark a place as being easy to access. This means having an entrance with no stairs or obstacles and a door that is wide enough for a pram or stroller to enter and exit.

    Change table

    People can mark a place as having change tables. This makes nappy changes much easier and less stressful for parents when they are out and about. Especially if the worst happens!


    People can mark a place as having highchairs available for their little ones to sit at the table. This means children can be part of the experience and gives parents a free hand (or two) to eat their own meal or enjoy a drink.

    Breastfeeding friendly

    It’s every parent’s right to breastfeed their child in public, but that doesn’t mean it comes easy. Knowing that a place is breastfeeding friendly can make going out a more enjoyable experience for everyone.

    Being breastfeeding friendly means you provide a supportive breastfeeding environment where parents can feel confident and relaxed feeding their child. Parents feel welcome and relaxed when feeding their child and know that the staff will have their back.

    Only owners and managers can register their place as being breastfeeding friendly when they claim their listing.

    Allergy friendly

    Some children have allergies and intolerances that make going out to eat at cafés and restaurants more difficult. Knowing that a place takes their family’s needs seriously is important for many parents. 

    Being allergy friendly means staff checking in with the chef when an allergen is queried, allowing parents to bring their own food for children with allergies or intolerances, and clearly marking foods with allergens (such as gluten) on the menu.

    Only owners and managers can register their place as being allergy friendly when they claim their listing.

    Playgroup friendly places

    Being a parent can be a surprisingly social experience. But going out for a coffee or lunch with your friends from playgroup or antenatal classes can quickly take up a lot of space.

    Being playgroup friendly means your venue has plenty of space for a group of parents with prams to meet. Ideally, you would also allow bookings so enough space is guaranteed.

    Only owners and managers can register their place as being playgroup friendly when they claim their listing.