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NPBC newsletter February 2018

The latest news and updates from our friends at the Newcastle pregnancy and baby centre

Hello! The evenings are getting longer and the mornings are not so dark...Spring is in the air!

 Just to keep you on your toes we are changing our coffee afternoons to coffee mornings from March. Our February coffee afternoon is at 2.00pm which is a later time than usual. Please check the times on our website if you are unsure.

Dates for your Diary...

Tiny Lives Nearly New Sale

24th March 10.00am-1.00pm at Trinity Church, High Street, Gosforth, NE3 4AG

Always lovely good quality nearly new baby stuff to buy and sell and raise money for a good cause as well.

Baby Talk Coffee Morning

27th March 2018 10.00-11.30am at St Aidens Church hall, Brunton Park, Gosforth, NE3 5NF. Open to all new and expectant parents to join us for coffee, cake and chat. Our lovely Lynn Campbell who teaches Active Birth Yoga will be joining us.

Boutique Baby Show

7th April 2018 10.00am-5.00pm at Village Hotel, The Silverlink North, NE27 0BY

All things baby related for you to try, sample or buy. NPBC will be there!

Goodbye and Hello...

We are sad to be saying goodbye to Karen and Messy Monkeys. Karen is moving on to other things and we wish her all the best for her future.

We are very pleased to welcoming Emily Miller from Art Venturers who provides colourful, creative Messy Play around the Newcastle area for children between 18months to 6 years. You can book a course of classes, or just pay for a single class if you want to try it first.

More Hellos...

We have two more new practitioners to welcome!

Ruth Olayinka is a clinical hypnotherapist with a special interest in resolving birth trauma and offers workshops in this area. She also offers hypnobirthing sessions to pregnant couples, as well as a group class of Relaxation with a Hypnobirthing focus ideal for women who want to refresh their knowledge or don't want to do a full hypnobirthing course.

Vicki Bradley runs KeepFitMammy where she offers personal training to pregnant and postnatal women. Often gyms or personal trainers do not feel qualified to work with pregnant women, and their training packages do not take into account the specialist knowledge required to support a woman after labour. Vicki can offer you tailor-made programmes, which include bringing your baby if you are postnatal, and you can train with a friend too if that helps with motivation!


We would like to say a huge congratulations to Josie our Pilates instructor and her family on the birth of her fourth baby and third son Arin. We send Josie and her family our love.

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