Cambridge Birth Choices meet on the second Friday of every month, 12:30pm-2:30pm, at Cambridge Women’s Resource Centre, The Wharf, Hooper Street, Cambridge CB1 2NZ.
It’s a FREE drop-in session for women to explore their choices in childbirth with doula volunteers.
The volunteers who run the group aim to provide encouragement and emotional support, practical suggestions and signposting. They do not provide any medical advice.
Forthcoming Cambridge Birth Choices sessions at Cambridge Women’s Resources Centre:
- Friday 13th January 2017
- Friday 10th February 2017
- Friday 10th March 2017
- Friday 14th April 2017
- Friday 12th May 2017
- Friday 9th June 2017
- Friday 14th July 2017
- Friday 11th August 2017
- Friday 8th September 2017
- Friday 13th October 2017
- Friday 10th November 2017
- Friday 8th December 2017
Please note: Cambridge Women’s Resources Centre is a woman-only space. Children are more than welcome. If you want to bring a male partner, come along to the drop-in session at Satyam Yoga Centre on the last Friday of the month. And if you can’t make either of the drop-in sessions, join our online support group for women planning birth after caesarean and chat anytime!
Directions to Cambridge Women’s Resources Centre: Hooper Street is located at end of York Street/Ainsworth Street and Sturton Street. If you are travelling by car, please note there is no car access from Mill Road to Hooper Street (there’s a barrier); approach Hooper Street from East Road (near the crown court) or Coldhams Lane rather than Mill Road. Pedestrians and bikes can also access Hooper Street from Gwydir Street and Kingston Street. The centre has a few parking spaces. If you have any problems finding CWRC please call the centre on 01223 321148.
Cambridge Birth Choices is a free, non profit making support group and is not connected to anyone’s doula business. There is no charge for the group however a donation towards tea and coffee is very much appreciated.
Cambridge Birth Choices and Cambridge VBAC Friends are proud to be part of the Positive Birth Movement because every women deserves freedom of choice, access to accurate information, and a birth experience where she is in control, powerful and respected.