LOCAL MEET UPS
During the height of the pandemic I was running Positive Birth Movement meet ups online via Zoom. In February, the Positive Birth Movement Network of meet ups stopped running, however I know how helpful, supportive, and welcomed the meets up were as a chance for local expectant parents to connect, share, and enjoy some pregnancy chatter (whilst not being able to share much of their pregnancy with friends and family). SO... I am continuing meet ups in the local area.
After a break for the Zoom meet ups, we're now meeting in-person!!! Outdoor for now, but hopefully at an indoor venue sometime after June.
I will be posting more dates and locations in the coming weeks but for now, below are the details of the next meet up.
I so hope you'll join us and we'll see you there.
MORDEN HALL PARK, MORDEN - view on map
THURSDAY 1ST APRIL 10AM
Join us for a gentle walk with cuppas and chatter around National Trust Morden Hall Park.
This is for expectant mums and birthing people, new parents, second-time parents, babies, buggies and even doggies are welcome. Positive birth enthusiasts are also very welcome! Come on your own, or with your partner, friend, or relative.
It's a great way to meet other mums and parents in the local area, share tips, get some air in the lungs, and hopefully some sun on the face too.
Meet Up Details: Thursday 1st April, 10am, National Trust Morden Hall Park (meet at the Cafe next to the Garden Centre Entrance). No need to book, just turn up.
The cafe opens at 10am so feel free to grab a cuppa here if you'd like.
Please don't mistake this with Morden Park - they are different places! At National Trust Morden Hall Park there is parking which is free for everyone for 90 minutes (you still need to get a ticket, just press at the machine), then it's paid parking after 90 minutes. However it's free for NT members for any duration.
Learn more about Morden Hall Park here.
Any other questions please do get in touch!
Photo: This is the sole in-person meet up we managed between lockdowns in 2020!
(Also at Morden Hall Park)