Home Birth Support is a friendly group who meet at the co-ordinators home in oX4 at 8.00pm, usually on the third Wednesday every month. All involved in home birth locally are very welcome – including midwives and doulas, for example, as well as those who have had home births or who are considering having one. Relevant local information available.
A not-for-profit lending service to help save pennies (and the planet!) by loaning out good quality maternity clothes. Oxford Maternity Clothes Library provides a low cost alternative to buying maternity clothes and raises money to support local charities and community groups.
Read the Oxford Mumbler blog post about the Oxford Maternity Clothes Library here.
The group has been set up by women who have lived experiences of loss, both in pregnancy and beyond. We are also supported by midwives, obstetricians and others around the country doing similar work. We welcome everyone: pregnant women, partners, birth workers as well as people who have already given birth who might have needed the support of this group during their pregnancy.
Monthly meetings at the Ark-T Centre or Flo’s in the Park in Cowley. Contact via the Facebook page for details.
Facebook group here.
Provides specialist therapeutic support, from conception to 2 years, for infants and parents who are in need of assistance for issues such as establishing and building close nurturing relationships, depression and anxiety, birth trauma, loss, or unresolved issues from parents’ own early lives. Based at the Kidlington Centre. Call 01865 778034.
We welcome pregnant women, partners, new parents, doulas, midwives and others with an interest in birth, and aim to form a positive and supportive community. Meets the third Friday of the month 7.30-9.30 pm in the Ark-T Camerados Living Room in South East Oxford. The meetings are free but donations welcome
SPECIAL CARE FOR MOTHERS WITH MEDICAL COMPLICATIONS DURING PREGNANCY. The Silver Star Society’s aim is to make things better for Silver Star mothers and their families. To raise money to keep the Unit well equipped, to improve the comfort and amenities for women during their stay at the Silver Star Unit, and to support research into important problems of pregnancy.