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We are pleased to announce that our Flourishing Babies project has secured funding to continue to deliver the programme and avoid the need to close.  The project was due to end on 31st July but we have been awarded a grant by Public Health to enable the service to continue.  This means that we will be able to continue to support expectant and new parents, and to resume accepting referrals from the 1st September.

Please get in touch with us so we can support you on your pregnancy and parenting journey.


We offer antenatal support and a baby care skills programme for pregnant and new mums and parents to be, along with perinatal support on a one to one basis in the family home by a volunteer befriender and in peer support groups and drop-ins.

How it works

The aims of the service are to:

  • increase parents’ self-confidence
  • improve the mental health and wellbeing of new parents
  • support infant mental health and development
  • support a positive relationship between parents and their baby
  • reduce social isolation
  • provide emotional and practical support to families during pregnancy and until the child is two

How can we help?

We can help with a range of issues, including:

  • low mood and anxiety or self-esteem and confidence issues
  • postnatal depression
  • difficulties with bonding and attachment
  • premature birth, still birth or miscarriage
  • recovery from a challenging birth
  • adjusting to life with twins, triplets etc
  • concerns about the responsibility of parenting

Whatever you are struggling with our experienced team of volunteers and professionals can support you to work through a range of difficulties and get back on track.

How to access the service

To access our service please fill in this referral form and send it to [email protected].


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