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Oxfordshire Breastfeeding Support at Didcot

We are delighted to be running four in-person sessions. Spaces are limited and pre-booking is essential (see our Calendly page). If you arrive without booking a place you may be turned away. Bookings open 10 days before each session. If there are no places available in the…

We are delighted to be running four in-person sessions. Spaces are limited and pre-booking is essential (see our Calendly page). If you arrive without booking a place you may be turned away. Bookings open 10 days before each session. If there are no places available in the next 10 days Calendly will give the message "No times in" the current month. If you don't get a space straight away, please try again, as they often become available nearer the time.

Run in conjunction with Didcot Baby Monday, which offers a social space and other activities for parents, including refreshments.

We offer support and information at any stage of breastfeeding (including for families who are expressing or working towards breastfeeding) and around related topics, such as introduction of solid foods and sleep.

Although expert help is available, you don't need a problem to join in. You are welcome to come along to socialise with other breastfeeding families.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Lisa Mansour
Contact Position
Facilitator
E-mail
team@oxbreastfeedingsupport.org
Website
https://www.facebook.com/DidcotBabyMonday/

Where to go

Address
Southern Neighbourhood Community Centre, 2
Sorrel Crescent
Didcot
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX11 6HQ

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Mondays 12:30 to 2:30pm (except bank holidays)
Time of day
Afternoon
Open all year
Session Information
Please check our website for details of seasonal closures.

Other Details

Availability

Additional Information

Providing services to
Adults

Last checked on 20/07/2022

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