Real Nappies for London is run by a small team of staff which is administered by the Women’s Environmental Network (Wen). The scheme works in partnership with local authorities to reduce disposable nappy waste across London. We share expertise and research evidence through campaigns which encourage and promote the use of reusable, washable nappies. Our aim is to reduce the amount of disposable nappy waste sent for disposal.
Alice joined Real Nappies for London in October 2010. She is keen to help more boroughs reduce single-use nappy waste and is happy to discuss bespoke incentives and rewards including helping parents promote reusable nappies in their boroughs.
Project Assistant (Maternity Leave)
Jenny joined Real Nappies for London in March 2020. Having used reusable nappies as a mum, she is eager to help other parents get started with reusable nappies and is happy to share all her tips from parent to parent.
Brynja joined Real Nappies for London in February 2021. Having used reusable nappies for her son she started encouraging local parents to try them out. She’s eager to help families get started and assist them on their reusable nappy journey.