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Baby Café Breastfeeding Support Clinic @ South Isleworth Children's Centre

Baby Café is here to give local pregnant and breastfeeding mums the opportunity to meet each other in a relaxed setting and get the support and assistance they need. Run by National Childbirth Trust (NCT) breastfeeding counsellors, we’re on hand to chat through any concerns you may have about breastfeeding your newborn, help build your confidence to breastfeed in public and support you as you make the transition from feeding to weaning. Baby Café is a network of breastfeeding drop-ins. They aim to offer help and support to breastfeeding mothers at any stage in their breastfeeding journey, regardless of the age of the baby or child and no matter how much breast milk you are giving. Pregnant women are welcome too, just to come along and find out about breastfeeding. You don’t need to have a problem to attend- lots  of mums come because they enjoy being in a group with other breastfeeding women chatting about their experiences.

Service details

Age Range
Breastfeeding Mothers/ Mothers to be

When is it on?

Date & Time
Thursdays, 10 to 11.30am- Session begins on 10th January 2019

How we support SEND 

Environment
  • Venue is on one level
  • Main doors have wheel chair access
  • No doors are automatic
  • One disabled toilet

 

Where to go

Name of venue
South Isleworth Children's Centre
Venue address
Worple Road
Isleworth
Hounslow
Postcode
TW7 7AP

Who to contact

Name
South Isleworth Children's Centre
Telephone
020 8583 5885
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