Support & services Norwich

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Norwich Mumbler Chat Group

Join the Norwich Mumbler Chat group for support, advice, recommendations and just a good old chit chat!



Breastfeeding Support FB Groups

Facebook Support Groups:

Breastfeeding Support Norwich

Breastfeeding Beyond One, Norwich

Breastfeeding Mum Meets 

Feeding Support Groups

Support for Bottle feeding families

Local and National Breastfeeding support groups

Get Me Out The Four Walls

A Facebook group aimed at parents in the Norfolk area that have time at home with the kids.

“The idea for the group came when I was suffering badly from PND after the birth of my twins. The very thought of a day at home on my own filled me with dread and I thought I couldn’t be the only one to feel like this so decided to start the group. Being in the four walls on your own with kids can be hard work, stressful and lack civilized conversation. The idea of this group is so that local parents get to meet other parents and also to get you out the house and having some civilised adult conversation.

Around Norfolk we have approximately 20 ambassadors(fellow mums) that organise meets for anyone to attend. The group is not just for people with PND but for anyone that likes getting out and meeting others. My mission is to get all those mums and dads out there in Norfolk that feel alone in the four walls get out and make friends!! I hope you like the group!”

Naomi Farrow.

Get Me Out The Four Walls Facebook

Gingerbread, Norwich

A charity that provide expert advice, practical support and campaign for single parents.  Chat group on Facebook for single parents in the Norwich area. For meet ups, support and friendship.

Facebook Chat Group

NNUH Baby Bereavement Group



Norfolk and Norwich Baby Bereavement Group

The Dad Network

The legacy left from father to father has the power to change our futures. Our children need strong, confident dads and for too long there has been a void in recognising the powerful potential in healthy, engaged fatherhood.

The Dad Network seeks to fill this void and offer dads an alternative to those who believe that being dad is more than just babysitting the kids to give mum a break.

Parenthood is a journey filled with indescribable highs and unfathomable lows. Whether you’re feeling joy, contentment, love, anxiety, stress, confusion, excitement, terror or anticipation, it can often be overwhelming. One of the reasons for this, is because of the lack of direction and support offered in today’s society for dads.

So here’s where The Dad Network comes into its own; TDN offers an online hub and support network for dads, like never before.

Aimed at dads, and their unique challenges and perspectives, we explore most things ‘dad.’ From the practical and the emotional to the philosophical and fun, our aim is simple – to uncover the secrets to being a confident dad, and to exhibit how to be the core of our children’s universe.

Find the The Dad Network (for Norfolk) on Facebook.