Bring a few pennies as we invade the village coffee morning in main hall for coffee/tea/amazing cakes and THE best sausage rolls and more!!!
Association of Breastfeeding Mothers
Association of Breastfeeding Mothers: 0300 330 5453 [9.30am-9.30pm] Email email@example.com
Breastfeeding Network Support line
Breastfeeding Network Supporterline: 0300 100 0210 [9.30am-9.30pm]
La Leche League
La Leche League: 0845 120 2918
National Breastfeeding Helpline
National Breastfeeding Helpline: 0300 100 0212 [9.30am-9.30pm]
National Childbirth Trust (NCT)
National Childbirth Trust: 0300 330 0771 [8am-10pm]
It is every breastfeeding mother’s wish to be able to achieve pain-free feeds and for her baby to grow well. Below are some of the situations that we can support mothers with:
Painful nipples and / or breasts
Difficulties with babies’ attachment at mothers’ breasts
Concerns about babies’ weight gain
Reducing dependence upon using nipple shields to breastfeed
Increasing milk supply
Reducing and reversing need for supplementation with baby milk formula
Support to relactate
Support to reduce breastfeeding
Ante – natal support and information
Contact Jan Edye (IBCLC Lactation Consultant) 07555 239 564
or Nikki Adlam (IBCLC Lactation Consultant) 07789 937 481
Book a private consultation with Jan at Breastfeeding Norfolk. She is the most brilliant lactation consultant and an amazing woman! Marion A Apr’17
Facebook Support Groups:
Recommended by Midwives at the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital.
Donated Breast Milk Service
We’ve made the ‘too difficult’ easy and practical.
We collect from mothers & deliver to the Milk Bank at The Rosie Hospital.
We collect from The Rosie Hospital and deliver to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (N.I.C.U.) at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital.
More babies now have access to donated breast milk.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. (Run by volunteers, emails checked every few days)
Recommended by the Infant Feeding Co-ordinator at the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital.
The Breastfeeding Network (BfN) aims to be an independent source of support and information for breastfeeding women and others.
It aims to: