Gloucestershire Breastfeeding Supporters' Network

Contact Information:
Gloucestershire Breastfeeding Supporters' Network
14 Stepstairs Lane
Cirencester
GL7 1LA

Tel: 07780616214

Email: info@gbsn.org.uk
Website: Click Here

Email yourself a copy of this

See all listings from Gloucestershire Breastfeeding Supporters' Network

Click here to view the Stagecoach bus routes in this area.
If you have reason to believe this advert is out of date, please click here to report it to Glos.info.

BAPS Breastfeeding and Peer Support

Cheltenham

BAPS Breastfeeding and Peer Support:
Hesters Way Children’s Centre, next to the Primary School, Dill Avenue, Cheltenham GL51 0ES.
10-noon every Tuesday.

Specialist Worker: Elizabeth Mayo

 

breastfeeding

 

BAPS offers breastfeeding information, support and encouragement to families at every stage of their breastfeeding journey. Whether you are pregnant, getting started with breastfeeding, experiencing difficulties or wishing to wean, we are here for you.

Our group is run by breastfeeding mothers, for breastfeeding mothers. All our peer supporters have breastfed their own babies and taken a course in breastfeeding peer support and our specialist worker, Elizabeth Mayo, is a NCT breastfeeding counsellor.

We aim to provide a friendly, social place to meet, chat and get information and support if you require it. You donʼt need to have a problem to come to our group. Many mothers just want to meet others and relax with a cup of tea in a welcoming place.

Although most people attending our group are mothers with babies, we also welcome partners, grandparents and friends who are supporting a breastfeeding mother or mum-to-be.

Our group also carries:

    A free library of books and DVDs on breastfeeding and other parenting topics
    Bravado nursing bras and vests to try and buy
    A huge amount of information to take away with you on pretty much any issue to do with
    breastfeeding

We really welcome pregnant mothers to our group. Many of our mothers agree that they have benefited from coming to BAPS before having their baby. Leaving the house with a newborn can be daunting, particularly when you are coming to a completely unknown place. If you already know where you are going and have met some friendly faces, it is a pleasure to turn up and show off your new baby.

 

External Website: More details about Gloucestershire Breastfeeding Supporters' Network and BAPS Breastfeeding and Peer Support

 

Gloucestershire Breastfeeding Supporters' Network

See all listings from Gloucestershire Breastfeeding Supporters' Network


Newsletter
To sign up up for www.glos.info weekly newsletter, please click here.

Please mention www.glos.info when contacting this advertiser.

Disclaimer
glos.info try to bring you details of the best local events. Amendments to the published details can occur, so please check with the venue if uncertain.