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Breastfeeding Support Service

The service is for pregnant women who want to prepare for and find out more about breastfeeding. They are welcome to attend the breastfeeding drop-ins in advance of the birth.

The service is also for breastfeeding mothers who need extra information and support to help them overcome a specific breastfeeding hurdle or who simply wish to meet other breastfeeding mothers in a comfortable and supportive environment - Volunteer peer supporters and a Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) regularly attend the drop-ins.

Who to contact

Telephone
07894 489937

Where to go

Name of Venue
Trafford Town Hall
Venue Address
Talbot Road
Stretford
Manchester
Postcode
M32 0TH

How to use this service

Referral Required?
Yes
Referral Details

Self referral, GP, Health professional or Social care professional

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5
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Amazing fantastic friendly knowledgeable breastfeeding support service
I'm writing a review of trafford's breastfeeding support team, Jackie Hall and Nicola Anderson.  They are both amazing and I highly recommend any mum to be who plans on breastfeeding or has any questions, queries or just wants a bit of advice to attend the drop in at the life centre on a Thursday morning 10-12, or the drop in at the Trafford centre on a Tuesday morning 10-12 or the drop in at stretford children's centre on a Friday afternoon.  All of the drop ins are attended by at least either Jackie or nicola, normally both of them. And they are suitable for mums to be, to mums with newbies who may have questions or concerns right through to mums looking for advice on how to wean their babies off breastfeeding. Excellent non judgemental advice always available. They also have an excellent wide range of informative leaflets/suitable websites to look at, to support their advice.  All round highly recommend all drop ins and support to any mum or mum to be regarding any aspect of breastfeeding from new born feeding right through to weaning/managing a toddler's feeding and tandem feeding 
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