On Tuesday 11th December 2013 parents and supporters joined the #realnappyflashmob to raise awareness of reusable nappies on the same day as the publication of the first ever Waste Prevention Programme for England.

Meeting at St Pancras International by the John Betjeman Statue, we were welcomed by the official station photographer who has written a great blog about it.

© Tina Aileen Au

© Sam Lane Photography

and off we went meeting more parents on the way…

© Tina Aileen Au

Congregating outside Kings Place, the group proceeded inside to roll out the ‘Real Nappies, Real Change’ banner and attempt to have a dance and picture by the banner…

© Tina Aileen Au
The security weren’t too impressed but this did not dampen our spirits…
© Tina Aileen Au

© Tina Aileen Au

For the flashmob’s last stop (although losing a few people on the way), the group set off towards Granary Square, home to the University of Arts London and a short walk away from the Kings Cross Skip Garden run by Global Generation. A nice way to end the afternoon with tea and a log fire in the yurt…

© Tina Aileen Au

© Tina Aileen Au
© Tina Aileen Au

© Global Generation

A big thank you to everyone who came along and supported the #realnappyflashmob!  If you would like to get involved with future Real Nappies for London events please see our volunteer page.

Thank you also to Tina at The Snapshot Cafe who kindly volunteered her time to take the official pictures of the day.

Till next time!