TLC Breastfeeding - I am delighted that my secret weapons for breastfeeding support are no longer a secret. With over 30 years of supporting breastfeeding mums between them Lesley & Anna launched TLC Breastfeeding in March 2015 to offer support at LLL drop ins, via private practice or Skype. Antenatal and postnatal support is available and I know they will reassure and help you in whatever way you need. There is also a terrific page of resources on their website so if you want to know the research or science behind something I am sure they will have the link there.
Yorkshire Storks Midwifery Practice - Yorkshire's longest established independent Midwifery Practice. A small group of independent midwives offering home-based and family-centred midwifery care,
Which? Birth Choice - helps you decide where you want to give birth. Understand your birth options, learn about how you can shape your birth experience and find the best place for your needs.
BirthchoiceUK - National maternity statistics and trends.
Birthrights - the UK’s only organisation dedicated to improving women’s experience of pregnancy and childbirth by promoting respect for human rights. We believe that all women are entitled to respectful maternity care that protects their fundamental rights to dignity, autonomy, privacy and equality.
The Brewer Pregnancy Diet - knowing what to eat for a healthy pregnancy can be confusing. There is some good advice, tips and tricks on this site.
Home Birth Reference Site - a wonderful site full of information, research, stories and links all related to birthing your baby at home.
Spinning Babies - Ever wondered how to help your baby get into an optimum position ready for instinctive birthing? This site is full of tips and tricks.
Association for Improvements in Maternity Services - Providing independent support and information about maternity choices. Raising awareness of current research on childbirth and related issues.
#matexp - is a powerful social campaign involving people from all walks of life from all across the country. There is no hierarchy, just people wanting to help improve maternity experience.