Project Coordinator: Cathy Brewster
Greater Manchester Homebirth Support Group was first set up in the year 2000, to enable parents who have had or who are planning homebirths, to meet and support each other.
- To encourage and support women and their partners with homebirth choices
- To promote the normalisation of homebirth
- To provide a space where parents to be or anyone interested in homebirth can come to discuss homebirth in a safe and supportive environment
- To inspire, encourage and support our increasing homebirth service across Manchester by organising homebirth information days and conferences for all to attend
Greater Manchester Homebirth Support Group recognises that having support when planning a homebirth and talking to others who support homebirth or who have had a homebirth, can help women and their partners feel more confident and empowered. They hold monthly meetings in several boroughs and anyone interested in homebirth is welcome; parents to be, midwives, doulas, antenatal teachers, and parents who have had a homebirth, who would like to share their experiences.
Find out more here: http://manchesterhomebirth.org.uk/
On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManchesterHomebirth/
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