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  1. Welcome to the World- Antenatal Course

    This 8 week course provides lots of practical advice.  It addresses the emotional as well as the physical needs and anxieties of becoming a parent. Come along on to find more out about the course. **Awaiting Details** Week 1-Touching and Talking to my Baby in…
  2. Welcome to the World at Belle Vale Children Centre

    Friday 10.00 - 12.00am (8 weeks) starts 24/01/20, Please call the centre to book the place. Suitable from 22 weeks of your pregnancy. A course to think about your transition to parenthood and discuss important topics such as baby brain development and parents becoming a…
  3. Welcome to the World (Fountains Children's Centre)

    Welcome to the World is a 6 weeks course for parents to be who are approximatly 22 weeks pregnant.  Topics within the Session are:  Understanding your baby - a baby's brain development.     Your future as Parents. Your roots, traditions, hopes and fears for the future.…
  4. Support to Work @ Picton

    Monthly sessions on Wednesdays, 1.30pm - 3.30pm Dates: 15th Sept, 13th Oct, 10th Nov and 15th Dec Monthly sessions to help you to return to work or training. Must be booked a week before session date by ringing 0151 233 1200
  5. Maternity Action

    Maternity Action champions maternity rights at work, in the benefits system and in access to maternity care.  We promote gender equality and the health and well-being of all pregnant women, new mothers and their families.  We offer online information sheets that cover a range of…
  6. Mamafit

    Are you pregnant or a new mum? Do you want to stay fit and healthy? Come and join us at our antenatal or postnatal sessions. Full details are available on www.bookwhen.com/mamafit or ask the children centre team.
  7. GP Services

    GP's look after the health of people in their local community and deal with a whole range of health problems. They also provide health education, offer advice on smoking and diet, run clinics, give vaccinations and carry out some simple surgical operations. GP’s usually work…
  8. The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust

    Ectopic Pregnancy is a common condition which affects around one in eighty pregnancies in the UK.  It occurs when the embryo grows outside the womb and, if not diagnosed and treated quickly, can be life threatening. The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust strives to provide information, education…
  9. Early Access Clinic

    A twice weekly early access and booking in /antenatal clinic run by midwives..
  10. Early Access Clinic

    A midwifery service by appointment only, through your GP or the womens hospital.  This service will offer advice and guidance around your pregnancy and help to organise scans for you.