Regular events, groups and classes
12:30-2:30pm La Leche League: Please note this group meets monthly – please check their website for details of dates. A group supporting mothers to breastfeed and promote understanding of breast feeding.
1:30-3:30pm Saplings: A group for pregnant women and their families where you will receive antenatal care and support. We offer mindfulness and education sessions covering pregnancy, labour and birth and baby care. We can also help with practical needs such as sourcing baby equipment and applications for benefits and housing needs. Women can being anyone with them that they want (family, friends etc.).
Drop in- no need to book. Please call 07766134023 for more information
12-4pm: Naturehood – Wildlife on your doorstep. Come down to Flo’s cafe for our regular Naturehood drop-in sessions. Learn more about Naturehood and contribute to our map of local wildlife-friendly features. Someone will be on hand every Wednesday to help you discover how easy it is to help wildlife in the Florence Park area. Everybody that signs up at a drop-in session will receive a drinks voucher for Flo’s. Visit www.naturehood.uk to find out more.
10:30-12pm: Grandparents Group (GGs): This weekly informal get together will be a drop in space for Grandparents to share the joys (and maybe some challenges?) of grand parenting. You are welcome to come on your own, or bring your grandchildren to play in our community space in the cafe at Flo’s. All welcome. Find out more here.
10:30-12pm: Motherkind Café: A drop-in session for parents who are worried about their mental health since having a baby. Find out more here.
12pm-3pm: Sling Library: Borrow and learn about using a sling for your new baby. We welcome everyone to our community sling library events. Bring your baby, partner, in laws, buggy, guidedog, slings that have already and questions that you’d like to ask...more info here.
10:00-12:00pm: Dad’s Do: A monthly Saturday session packed with free activities for local Dad’s and male carers with young kids (0-5). Come and meet other male parents and carers. Stay and play with your kids. Make something awesome to take home. Find out more here.