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Councils providing incentives for parents to use real nappies

Please click on the links to get the most recent information from these councils on their incentives for the use of real nappies. You need to live in the area covered by the council offering the nappy incentives. Some of the council websites offer useful information on where to buy/launder nappies locally as well. If your council isn't listed check with them directly to see if they are offering any incentives for using real nappies.

Bracknell Forest Borough Council is offering parents the chance to claim £30 for going ‘green’ and using washable nappies.

Bromley Borough Council Bromley's real nappy reward is no longer available

Derbyshire County Council offer a £25 cash back incentive for purchases of real nappies to wash at home or for the use of a laundry service.

Durham County Council appear to have withdrawn their incentives.

Essex County Council offer a £30 refund.

Kent County Council appear to have stopped offering incentives.

Leicestershire County Council don't appear to offer incentives. The Leicester Cloth Nappy Library is an independent leicester based nappy information service, offering help and advice about using washable nappies

Manchester City Council appear to have stopped offering incentives.

Medway Council offer a £30 financial incentive, payable in three instalments, to parents.

Milton Keynes Council don't appear to offer incentives any more.

Norfolk County Council ceased to operate a nappy incentive scheme on 31st March 2011.

Northamptonshire County Council have nappy packs for loan.

Northumberland County Council no longer operate a nappy incentive scheme.

Three rivers If you buy your own real nappies and wash them at home they offer up to £50 towards the cost. Alternatively if you wish to try real nappies, they are able to offer you a FREE starter kit..

Westminster City Council appears to have stopped offering incentives.

West Sussex County Council appear to have stopped offering incentives.