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Join us at the NCT Big Push!

An important date for your diary!

On Saturday 12th October it's the NCT Twickenham, Hownslow and District's ‘Big Push’ sponsored by Puddle Ducks!

It's a 5 km family friendly sponsored walk which aims to raise funds and awareness for maternal mental health big.  The Big Push is a part of the NCT's #hiddenhalf campaign - fighting for a better 6 week check up, one which will allow doctors to diagnose and provide help for all new mums who need it. 

And you don't need to 'push'! You and the family can walk, scoot, carry... tickets are £5 for one adult or £8 for two adults.

Book your tickets here

There's going to be a fun warm up provided by Tots, Squats and Coffee Pots, a fantastic raffle where you can win prizes from lots of local baby activity providers, and even a fancy dress competition for the best dressed parent, baby and buggy! It's Halloween themed so an opportunity to get a bit spooky!

And the best bit... the one and only Puddle the Duck will be there providing high fives and cuddles :) Here he is at the last NCT Big Push we supported in Wimbledon, photo taken by Thomas Lee Photography. 

Let us know if you're planning to attend, hope to see you there!

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