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This page will be frequently updated. Descriptions and further information will be added to this page as time allows. Please keep checking back as new links will be added frequently. If you would like have your website linked on this page, and you are WHO Code compliant, then please get in touch using the Contact us page.
Please note that the following links are listed in no particular order.
 

 

 

 

http://abm.me.uk/website/index.htm

Association of Breastfeeding Mothers (ABM)
 

 

www.breastfeedingnetwork.org.uk

Breastfeeding Network (BfN)
 

 

www.laleche.org.uk La Leche League (LLL)
 

 

www.nct.org.uk National Childbirth Trust (NCT)
 

 

www.breastfeeding.nhs.uk NHS Breastfeeding Site
 

 

www.babyfriendly.org.uk Unicef Baby Friendly Initiative
www.lcgb.org International Board Certified Lactation Consultants are professionally qualified to promote and support breastfeeding in a variety of NHS and community settings, and also in private practice. The website includes information about breastfeeding conferences, and has a 'Find a Lactation Consultant' facility.
 

 

www.breastfeedingmanifesto.org.uk Breastfeeding Manifesto
 

 

www.babyfeedinglawgroup.org.uk Baby Feeding Law Group
 

 

www.babymilkaction.org Baby Milk Action         
 

 

www.waba.org.my World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action.  Protects, promotes and supports breastfeeding worldwide
 

 

http://www.drjacknewman.com/ One of the best sources of breastfeeding information - ever!
 

 

http://www.naturalmothering.ca Natural mother parenting forums, news and information. Helpful parenting forums for experienced mothers, mothers to be, single mothers.
 

 

http://www.ibfan.org IBFAN aims to improve the health and well being of babies and young children, their mothers and their families through the protection, promotion and support of breastfeeding and optimal infant feeding practices.
 

 

http://messageboards.ivillage.co.uk/iv-ukpbbreastfd Breastfeeding Support Forum and Message Board
 

 

http://www.thebabycafe.co.uk/L/BC_Nearest.php The Baby Cafe - drop in, cafe style meetings for new mums
 

 

www.NWBLG.org.uk The North West Breastfeeding Liaison Group
 

 

www.breastfeedingstockport.org.uk Breastfeeding Stockport
 

 

www.breastfeedingtorfaen.org.uk Breast Start is a community group, here to help all breastfeeding mums in Torfaen.
 

 

http://www.vabarnsley.org.uk/services/breastfeeding.php We support mothers in our local area through homevisits and Peer support groups.
 

 

www.littleangels.org.uk Little Angels Breastfeeding Support
 

 

www.kellymom.com Kellymom USA site, very informative
 

 

www.breastfeedingmums.com BreastfeedingMums.com provides breastfeeding information, support and advice to pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.
 

 

www.aims.org.uk AIMS
 

 

www.karengromada.com/karengromada/index.htm The photo section is really good for demonstrating positions for feeding two at a time or feeding one whilst comforting the other, nursing two lying down and slinging two.
 

 

www.tamba.org.uk Twins & Multiple Birth Association (TAMBA)
 

 

www.home-start.org.uk Homestart
 

 

www.mind.org.uk Mind
 

 

www.mothers35plus.co.uk Mothers 35 Plus: information for older mothers, mothers to be and would-be older mothers, including message forums, recommended reading and resources for late life motherhood.
 

 

www.sheilakitzinger.com/birthcrisis.htm The Birth Crisis Network is a help line in Britain that women can ring if they want to talk about a traumatic birth.
 

 

www.tipslimited.com TIPS provide evidence-based information about breastfeeding, skincare, cord care and other midwifery-related subjects. The TIPS Award Scheme, a unique independent testing programme, allows volunteer parent testers to review carefully selected baby products.
 

 

www.boobiebuddiesbfdolls.co.uk

Educational Magnetic Breast feeding Doll sets
 

 

www.breastfeeding-support.co.uk Across the Wakefield, South East and Five Towns areas, a network of Breastfeeding Support Groups are available, with the aim of supporting and promoting breastfeeding within the community. We advocate and strongly support new mums to breastfeed for as long as they are able and happy to do so.

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