Oxford Mumber is run by Sarah & Georgia who between them have 4 kids aged 2- 10 years old, so they are certainly busy!
Being incredibly aware of how busy life can be as a parent, Georgia & Sarah want to be part of something that made the whole parenting thing a little easier; a resource that provides up-to-date, local information specifically for parents in one single place. Oxford Mumbler is fast-becoming the ultimate local parenting online community with sites in other locations such as Harrogate, Hull, York, Ripon & Nidderdale, Doncaster, Norwich, Wakefield and Dorset.
Please get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have got any ideas or feedback for Oxford Mumbler. I’d love to hear from you and above all want this website to be as helpful as it can be, and for Oxford Mumbler to feel like a community.
All Oxford parents and carers are also welcome to join the Oxford Mumbler Chat Group on Facebook – a friendly and supportive closed group where you can ask for advice, tips and recommendations from each other. You can also find us on Instagram.
“Oxford Mumbler is a business and we are very lucky to have the opportunity to make a living doing something we love. Whilst we will never charge parents to use a Mumbler site, we do accept paid-for advertising from carefully selected companies to advertise and to promote them on this website and social media and we will never make a secret of that. It is very similar to how traditional advertising works, like in a magazine or local newspaper or radio.
We closely vet the companies and service providers who approach Mumbler and if necessary, we turn things down because we don’t like the company, the product, or don’t agree with the brand’s ethos, or don’t think it’s relevant to our Mumbler audience.
We will only ever partner with businesses and brands that are reputable and relevant to the Mumbler community. Whenever we do talk about a brand or a product, it will be because we genuinely like it and think that the Mumblers might too. We will always be honest – we won’t recommend someone or something if they are secretly a bit rubbish.”