Our Support Group
Come along to Poplar Union with your bumps, babies and toddlers on the 1st Thursday of every month all morning, to enjoy a well deserved cup of coffee/tea and a yummy slice of cake at our FREE monthly family get together. Enjoy a friendly boost of positivity to help you along your journey through pregnancy into parenthood.
The meet-up is hosted by co-wing mamas Mel at Wrap a Hug and Helen at BirthWright. With other mums, we have a with a wide range of pregnancy and early parenthood knowledge and professional expertise. We can support you antenatally and postnatally in areas including; positive birth, birthplace options, hypnobirthing, home birth, water birth, birth rights, birth support, placenta encapsulation, breastfeeding, babywearing, infant sleep, pelvic floor health, perinatal mental health, speech and language, cloth nappies to name but a few, as well as having a wealth of local knowledge between us and awesome network that we would love to share with you!
Each month, we have a bunch of lovely perinatal and early years professionals who come and support you on your parenthood journey (experts vary between meetings). Check out our social media posts for up-to-date info!
Dads, grandparents, aunts and uncles are all warmly invited: this event is not just for mums…. ‘it takes a village to raise a child’ they say, here’s your village! We meet on the first Thursday of every month 💖. Next dates are October 7th, November 4th and December 9th (NB: this meet-up will be on the second Thursday of the month, exceptionally). You don’t need to live in Tower Hamlets to attend.
Free tickets are available to book directly via the Poplar Union website. Booking is essential. Attendance is free with donations welcome to pay towards the room hire on the day (payable by card). Refreshments may be bought from the cafe Poplar Bakehouse.
Hosted by Wrap a Hug sling library and Helen Wright: Positive Birth Coach & Placenta Remedies Specialist.
Join our private Facebook group for support and for meet-up updates
“It takes a village to raise a child, here’s yours.”